Search Engine Meeting in Boston
Chicago, Illinois – March 17, 2008 – Dieselpoint, a leader in enterprise search and navigation, will unveil its new open source product, OpenPipeline, at the Infonortics Search Engine Meeting (SEM) 2008 in Boston on Tuesday, April 29. OpenPipeline is new open source software for crawling, parsing, analyzing and routing documents. Chris Cleveland, Dieselpoint’s founder and CEO, will provide an introduction to the software, including a live demo, implementation and the underlying code.
OpenPipeline is designed to tie together otherwise incomplete solutions for enterprise search and document processing. It provides a common architecture for connectors to data sources, file filters, text analyzers and modules to distribute documents across a network. The software includes a job scheduler and a full UI with a point-and-click interface.
It comes fully functional with prebuilt components, but also integrates third-party modules. Plugins for crawling content management systems, parsing special file formats, and performing text analytics are available.
Anyone who is interested in document processing, text analytics, web services, or enterprise search will be interested in learning about OpenPipeline. Infonortics Search Engine Meeting takes place April 28 and 29, 2008 at the Farimont Copley Plaza Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts.
About Infonortics Search Engine Meeting This annual meeting, now in its 13th year, provides a forum and point-of-reference for all those interested in the domain of Search and Retrieval. The Meeting draws together those with a professional interest in search engines – such as search engine designers and developers – and those interested in applying search engines in their own professional environments. Search is at the heart of information retrieval; and the Search Engine Meeting provides an annual point of reference as to what is happening in this fast-moving and exciting field.