James Taylor
Software Engineer, aspiring moustache grower and programmer. Been in Kainos since AppCamp 2014 and still loving it!
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Azure Search: Conclusion (part 3 of 3)
07 February 2019 | Posted by James Taylor

This post picks up where my previous post ‘Using Azure Search’ left off. Manual Deployment Azure Search can be manually deployed through the Azure portal. Instructions can be found here https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/search/search-create-service-portal. This is fairly simple to do, and it is even possible to set up a free version of Azure Search to research or test some…

Azure Search: Using Azure Search (part 2 of 3)
07 February 2019 | Posted by James Taylor

This post picks up where my previous post ‘Introducing Azure Search’ left off. In this section I will describe the basics of how to use Azure Search through the REST API. Creating an Index In the Indexes section of this document an example index is provided. This index can be used as a body to the REST…

Azure Search: Introduction (part 1 of 3)
07 February 2019 | Posted by James Taylor

What is Azure Search? Azure Search is a search-as-a-service cloud solution which provides an API to allow developers to integrate powerful search functionality without having to manage or install the search technology. The search service can be managed and queried through a REST API with its complexity hidden behind this. To get started a free trial…