Posts Tagged ‘search connector’

When to Shake: Handshake Use Cases (Part 1)

We continue to emphasize that connectors need to be as variable as search use cases, that the biggest benefit to handshake is its flexibility. But what are those use cases? And how does Handshake achieve those goals more quickly and completely? In this series of posts, we’ll describe the most common search use cases we’ve […]

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Spring Around at the Speed of Sound: Using Springboot to Jumpstart Middleware

Introduction In our last post, we described the architecture for Handshake, Perficient’s Search Connector Framework. In this post, we’ll be diving into Spring and Springboot, the backbone of the Handshake application. Other colleagues have written great resources for to help get started with Spring. In this post, we discuss common use cases for Spring, when […]

Information Architecture

Many Hands Make Light Work – Handshake Search Connector Architecture

In our first post, we discussed the need to move away from standalone application solution approach to search connectors. In this post, we will describe the Handshake architecture at a high level. We elected to move towards a microservice architecture for a few reasons: Less resource intensive Scheduling, component reuse, and maintenance Newer and growing […]

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Introducing Handshake, The Extensible Search Connector

Introducing Handshake This post is the first in a series on Perficient’s newest product: Handshake, the Extensible Search Connector. Perficient’s Data Solution group has built more than 30 custom search connectors. FileNet P8, Documentum, JIRA/Confluence, Salesforce, and Adobe Experience Manager to name a few. As more customers recognize the benefits of search, the demand for […]