Azure Search is a managed service from Microsoft Azure that enables you to add powerful and sophisticated search capabilities to your application. Azure Search is supported in our Cerulean product.
Azure Search is a managed service from Microsoft Azure that enables you to add powerful and sophisticated search capabilities to your application. With features like multiple languages support, faceting, suggestions, and relevance etc., Azure Search makes it super simple to provide a search engine for your application. Cerulean enables you to manage data in your Azure Search accounts from the convenience of your desktop and the platform of your choice. Using Cerulean, you can connect to your Azure Search accounts and manage data in there.
With features like, , and management, and data management plus support for other Azure services like Azure Cosmos DB, Azure Service Bus, Redis Cache and more, you don't have to look for any other tool to manage data in your Azure Search accounts.
Indexes contain the searchable data. You can think of it as a table in your relational databases. Cerulean provides the most comprehensive set of features to enable you manage indexes in your Search accounts.
A data source specifies which data to index, credentials for data access, and policies that efficiently identify changes in the data (new, modified, or deleted). Cerulean provides the most comprehensive set of features to enable you manage data sources in your Search accounts.
Simply put, an Indexer is a service that acts as a bridge between a data source and an index in Azure Search. Its main job is to fetch data from the data source, transform that data if needed, and then insert/update/delete data in the index it associated with.
Using Cerulean you can search for documents in an index. Cerulean provides both basic and advanced search capabilities.
Once you have specified the search criteria, Cerulean will create request URL with those parameters for an HTTP GET request that you can copy and paste in your application.
Cerulean will also create a request URL and request body with those parameters for an HTTP POST request that you can copy and paste in your application.