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Creating a new Opensolr Index, is a very simple process.

You can do it either by using the Opensolr Control Panel, or, the Opensolr Automation REST API.

To create a new index, using the Opensolr Control panel you would simply follow the steps below.
In this example, we are creating a new index in US-EAST, Solr Version 7:

  • Login to your Opensolr Account

  • Click on the Control Panel link, at the top-right corner of your user menu.

    Solr Cloud Control Panel

  • Once inside your Control Panel Dashboard, click on the Add New link at the top of your Control Panel menu options.

    Add New Solr Index

  • Chose your desired region, solr version and country, by using the filters on the regions list.

    Select Opensolr Region

  • Click on the desired region found after filtering. Or you can click on Request Env. there, if you want to request a Solr envronment in a region, and for a Solr version that can not b e found while using our filters.

    Select Solr Cloud Region
  • Name your index, or leave the automatically generated index unique identifier as it is, and click on Add Index

    Name Solr Cloud Index

  • Click on your index name to go to your Index Control Panel

    Solr Cloud Index Control Panel

  • Once in your Control Panel, you will have to make sure you Update the Solr Configuration Files either by editing them live, or uploading a new Solr Configuration Zip Archive that you obtained from Drupal, or that you ahve setup yourself.

    Setup your Solr Configuration Files



The OpenSolr Solr Manager Control Panel is a web-based interface that allows users to manage their Solr instances and configurations easily.

Opensolr presents a groundbreaking enhancement to the world of Solr search engine management with its bespoke Solr Control Panel UI. This unique offering is strategically designed to complement, not replace, the existing Solr Admin Panel and Solr Core Admin API, providing an additional layer of efficiency and user-friendliness.

At its core, Opensolr's Control Panel UI stands as a testament to innovative design, tailored to simplify the complexities of Solr management. The intuitive interface makes it accessible for users of all technical levels, ensuring that even those with minimal Solr experience can navigate and manage their search engine environment with ease. This approach democratizes access to advanced search technology, opening doors for a wider range of users and applications.

Moreover, Opensolr's Control Panel UI is not just an overlay; it's an enhancement that brings new capabilities to the table. It integrates seamlessly with the native Solr environment, allowing users to leverage the full power of Solr's features while adding a layer of streamlined management and monitoring tools. This harmonious integration ensures that users can enjoy the best of both worlds – the robust, scalable power of Solr and the user-friendly, efficient management experience of Opensolr.

One of the key benefits of Opensolr's solution is its customization potential. Understanding that each organization has unique needs, the Control Panel UI is designed to be highly customizable. This bespoke approach means that businesses can tailor the interface and functionalities to match their specific requirements, ensuring an optimal fit for their operational context.

In conclusion, Opensolr's bespoke Solr Control Panel UI system is a game-changer in the realm of search engine management. It enhances the native capabilities of Solr with a user-friendly, customizable interface, making advanced search technology more accessible and efficient for a diverse range of users. This innovative solution underscores Opensolr's commitment to driving forward the evolution of search engine technology.

Some features typically available in a Solr Manager Control Panel might include:

  1. Instance Management: It provides functionalities to create, delete, start, stop, and manage multiple Solr instances.

  2. Schema Management: Users can define and manage the schema for their Solr indexes through a visual interface. This includes defining fields, their types, and configurations.

  3. Indexing and Importing Data: Facilities for uploading, indexing, and importing data into Solr indexes. This could include CSV, JSON, XML, and other file formats.

  4. Query Interface: A UI or tool for executing queries against the Solr index and reviewing the search results.

  5. Monitoring and Metrics: Visual representation of system metrics and monitoring tools to track Solr performance, index statistics, query performance, etc.

  6. Security and Authentication: Management of access control, user authentication, and authorization settings for Solr instances.

  7. Configuration and Tuning: Tools to configure and tune Solr settings, including cache configurations, request handlers, and other parameters.

  8. Alerts and Notifications: Features to set up alerts and notifications based on specific conditions or thresholds related to Solr performance.

  9. Backup and Restore: Facilities to schedule and manage backups of Solr indexes, as well as options for restoring data.

The specific features and interface may vary between different Solr management control panels or hosting providers, but these functionalities generally help users manage and optimize their Solr instances without directly accessing and manipulating Solr configuration files or commands.