Join Chander Dhall for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a search service, part of Azure Search for Developers.
- [Instructor] Now we'll navigate to portal.azure.com…and then create our Azure search instance.…Press create.…Now one thing to keep in mind is that the name you give here…has to be lower case.…Then select your subscription then the resource group.…We're going to call that Cazton RG.…Location is west US…and now you can choose from different kinds of offerings.…
You also have a free offering.…So if you were to play with it…and all you need is few indexes,…you can come here and pick this…and this is just three indexes,…so there's pretty much no way…you'll be able to use this in production,…but it gives you a good way to play with this.…You can also go for a basic one…which can take up to a million documents…as long as the storage is about two gigabytes…and it goes all the way…to about one thousand indexes per partition…and then you can have about 200 million documents…per partition, so that's a lot.…
We're going to go ahead and pick…the standard option and say select…and once you select that we're going to pin…to dashboard and say create.…
- Querying and indexing
- Creating a search service
- Using APIs during searching
- Importing JSON data
- Handling synonyms
- Working with suggestors and facets
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