Fusion Foundations



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Course Summary
Fusion Foundations is the introductory course to Lucidworks Fusion and a pre-requisite to Advanced Fusion. Topics include Fusion architecture, ingestion, indexing, and querying. Learners will examine how search principles operate in Fusion. Discover the full extent of the platform’s distributed capabilities, construct and optimize sophisticated search and data-driven applications. Each topic module includes hands-on lab practice.
Fusion Foundations is the starting point to learn anything about Fusion. This course will enable search platform or business users who are working on or considering a Fusion-based solution implementation.
Skills and Concepts
  • Explain the features of a search application
  • Build a search application in Fusion
  • Describe Fusion architecture
  • Examine the document ingest and indexing process
  • Transform documents for the best index performance
  • Interpret Fusion queries
Course Outline
1. Introduction to Fusion Architecture
2. Fusion Features
3. Ingesting Data
4. Indexing Data
5. Query Concepts
6. Search Relevance
Recommended prerequisites
  • What is Search eLearning
  • Basic experience with Linux OS and command-line tools is helpful, but not required

Frequently Asked Questions

What is remote private training? 
Private training sessions allow you to get courses delivered live and only to your company by Lucidworks. Private sessions are conducted via Zoom and are highly interactive giving you the opportunity to ask questions and participate in real-time. Private training sessions are a great option for companies with moderate to complex use cases, medium to large groups, or for those who simply learn better one on one. 

Can multiple people sit in on this session? 
Yes, private sessions are great for medium to large groups (2-12 people).

What materials are provided?
Course materials are provided prior to the session, so students are able to reference them after the session. 
Lesson Details