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Google Search Appliance End of Life and Replacement Recommendations
Byron M. Garton, Jonathan S. Broderick, and Brandon K. Randle
The Engineering Research and Development Center (ERDC) Knowledge Management relies on a search technology provided by Google. Known as the Google Search Appliance (GSA), it indexes and searches ERDC's accumulation of knowledge stored on various web connected systems. The GSA provides a familiar and simple to use interface to facilitate quick location and retrieval of ERDC knowledge stored on these systems that are located on ERDC's internal and extra-net websites. In 2016, Google announced the discontinuation of the GSA product at the end of March 2019. This document details the investigation into potential GSA replacement options and the recommended actions to be taken to minimize the impact of the March 2019 sunset. Emphasis is placed on equivalent or enhanced feature sets, ease of installation and migration, and the costs associated with installation, migration, and maintenance.
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ERDC is a diverse research organization with approximately 2,000 employees operating more than $1 billion in world class facilities at seven laboratories. Its annual program exceeds $1 billion as it supports the Department of Defense and other agencies in military and civilian projects. Principal research areas include Soldier support, Engineered Resilient Systems, Environmental Quality and Installations, Geospatial Research and Engineering, Military Engineering, and Water Resources. “Discover ▪ Develop ▪ Deliver” ERDCinfo@usace.army.mil
Release no. 19-034