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  • Tantivy 0.21

    Oh my, what's that on the horizon? It's a new tantivy release!

  • Tantivy 0.20: Schemaless

    People rejoice! A new tantivy release. And it's packed with new features:

  • Quickwit 0.6: Elasticsearch compatibility, Grafana support, and more...

    This is with pride and delight that we are today releasing Quickwit 0.6!

  • Efficient indexing with Quickwit Rust actor framework

    At Quickwit, we are building the most cost-efficient search engine for logs and traces. Such an engine typically ingests massive amounts of data while serving a comparatively low number of search queries. Under this workload, most of your CPU is spent on indexing, making our indexing pipeline a crucial component.

  • The Organic Software Manifesto

    Reader of the future, this blog post was our 2023 April Fool. The blog post was 85% generated by ChatGPT, and the illustration is the fruit of Stable diffusion.

  • Quickwit 0.5: Distributed tracing with Open Telemetry and Jaeger, VRL, Pulsar support, and more...

    Today, we are thrilled to announce the release of Quickwit 0.5.0!

  • Tantivy 0.19 is out

    Tantivy 0.19 is an exciting release packed with new features! In this blog post, we will explore the most important updates and how they open up new possibilities for using Tantivy.

  • Quickwit 0.4: Distributed indexing with Kafka, K8s-native, and more!

    Today, we are proud to announce the release of Quickwit 0.4. More than 600 pull requests have been merged into the project since our last release six months ago. Notably, some significant contributions have come from the community. This version includes the following new features:

  • Filtering a Vector with SIMD Instructions (AVX-2 and AVX-512)

    This blog post will show how one can use SIMD instructions to optimize the code and highlight differences between AVX2 and AVX512.

  • Quickwit 0.3: schemaless indexing, aggregations, and more!

    Five months have passed since our last release, and our team has been working hard to deliver the next version of Quickwit. Today, we are proud to announce the release of Quickwit 0.3. This new feature-rich version introduces:

  • How to investigate memory usage of your rust program

    At Quickwit we have a mindset to create memory efficient and fast software, something that resonates with me personally. I love to create fast software and optimize it, since

  • Tantivy 0.17 is out

    Tantivy 0.17 is a great update that packs a lot of exciting features. We will describe the main ones in this blog post and open up the possibilities of using Tantivy:

  • Quickwit 0.2 brings full-text search to ClickHouse and Kafka!

    Quickwit wishes you a happy new year 2022!

  • A cool Rust optimization story

    I will be your rabbit guide

  • Quickwit: A highly cost-efficient search engine in Rust

    Meet Quickwit 0.1! A super cost-efficient search engine is born!