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Enterprise Search & Cloud Computing - A Match Made in Heaven and Implemented on Earth by TNR Global
Summary: TNR Global launches a new website featuring blogs with real life examples of cloud computing
technologies and enterprise search implementation
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Greenfield, MA – Oct 29, 2009 – Cloud Computing is the breakout star of 2009. Enterprise Search, while less of a
buzz term at present, holds the key to finding the information organizations accumulate both in and out of the cloud.
Organizations face managing terabytes, petabytes, even exabytes of both structured and unstructured data. The
combination of cloud computing and enterprise search technologies provides viable solutions for companies looking
to scale their intranets and public websites. To stay focused on their core business, companies often look for third
party technology providers to guide them in the move to cloud based applications and storage. To meet this need,
TNR Global, a cloud computing systems and enterprise search integrator, has launched a dynamic new website to
help guide content intensive companies.
The new site's System Administration and Cloud Computing blog http://www.tnrglobal.com/sys-admin-blog/
focuses on Linux based administration of large web based systems both "on-premises" and "in the cloud." and has
information on a variety of topics including scalability, virtualization, reliability, and security. TNR Global has
worked with Amazon Web Services (EC2, S3) since 2007, and has built both development environments and large
production systems functioning in the cloud. Michael Klatsky, Senior System Administrator, describes the
advantages: “Cloud computing technology has drastically shortened the time to deploy critical infrastructure. What
once took six months to spec, purchase and deploy, can now be done in hours or days. Add in on-demand
scalability, and client applications can efficiently scale up and down to meet demand. That saves both time and
money, and allows for greater agility”.
TNR Global's Enterprise Search Blog http://www.tnrglobal.com/enterprise-search-blog focuses on applications and
implementation of enterprise search technologies, both commercial and open source. TNR Global specializes in
implementing FAST ESP (Enterprise Search Platform) and the open source search system Lucene/Solr. As the only
company with in-depth experience implementing FAST ESP search solution in the EC2 cloud environment, TNR
has a unique perspective on virtualization and enterprise level applications. Michael McIntosh, Senior Search
Architect, explains: "Cloud computing platforms have given us the tools we need to significantly accelerate
innovations in our search data build and processing life-cycles. Being able to create and dismantle virtual instances
on the fly makes it possible for us to fearlessly refactor search cluster configurations when needed and have enough
servers available to fully test our deployments, backup and disaster recovery procedures”.
Now you can get to know the technology behind these successful implementations. Michael McIntosh, Michael
Klatsky and other senior team members will be posting about cloud systems management, FAST ESP on EC2
implementation, and the use of EC2 for bioinformatics. Whether you are new to these strategies, or an experienced
engineer, you will discover new information, ideas and opinions. TNR Global welcomes the comments and
questions of readers. Subscriptions are available via RSS feeds or email updates. Visit
http://www.tnrglobal.com/blog.
For more information contact Natasha Goncharova, Managing Director, at info@tnrglobal.com.
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TNR Global (TNR), Mass, USA, http://www.tnrglobal.com is a scalable web and search solutions provider. TNR
designs and develops content intensive web sites and web systems, specializing in enterprise search solutions. TNR
Global services companies and organizations in the following industries: Vertical Search Engines, Web Directories,
Information Portals, Web Catalogs, News Sites, Publishing, Education, Customer Service, and Life Sciences. More
information is available at www.tnrglobal.com



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