Here are the top open source and free alternatives to Google search appliance –

  1. SOLR– Solr is an open source enterprise search platform. It features include full-text search, highlighting, facets, real-time indexing and much more. It would require complete setup from your engineering team for this to be up and running.You can setup your own crawler using nutch.Solr- Open source and free alternatives to Google search appliance
  2. Elastic search– They are not really open source (meaning they will make you pay sooner or later). Their paid versions are pretty costly.elastic search- Open source and free alternatives to Google search appliance
  3. Datapark search engine– DataparkSearch Engine is a full-featured open sources web-based search engine and can be used to search within a website, group of websites, intranet or local system.Data park search engine- Open source and free alternatives to Google search appliance
  4. Xapian– Xapian is a free and open-source probabilistic information retrieval library, released under the GNU General Public License. It is a full-text search engine library for programmers.Xapian-Open source and free alternatives to Google search appliance
  5. Strus-The open source project Strus provides a collection libraries and command line tools written in C++ for building a competitive, scalable full-text search engine.strus Open source and free alternatives to Google search appliance
  6. Sphinx searchSphinx is a fulltext F/OSS search engine that provides text search functionality to client applications.Sphinx- Open source and free alternatives to Google search appliance
  7. Manticore SearchManticore Search is a feature-rich full-text oriented search engine that is fast, reliable and scalable. It is 100% open source project Manticore - Open source and free alternatives to Google search appliance

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