Author Archives: Igor Veytskin

About Igor Veytskin

I have been working with Enterprise Search since 2005, ever since joining a company called FAST Search & Transfer. I'm currently working as a Premier Field Engineer with Microsoft, helping customers with large ESP, FS14 and Sharepoint 2013 implementations.

Interpreting “Crawl Queue” report with Sharepoint search

We’ve noticed something interesting a few weeks ago while working on a FAST Sharepoint 2010 system.  One of the advanced Search Administration Reports called Crawl Queue report was suddenly showing a consistent spike in “Links to Process” counter.  This report … Continue reading

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Notes on securing data with Sharepoint 2013 Search

A few days ago a question came up regarding looking at Sharepoint 2013 Search from a security perspective, specifically looking at any file-storage paths where ingested content may be stored, temporarily or permanently. An example is a document that contains … Continue reading

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Crawling content with Sharepoint 2013 Search

Before we get anywhere further with search, let’s discuss in more detail how content is gathered, and that’s via crawling.  Crawling is simply a process of gathering documents from various sources/repositories, making sure they obey by various rules and sending them off … Continue reading

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Search Architecture with SharePoint 2013

I’d like to revisit the topics that Leo have so well described in his 2 previous posts titled  ”Search 101″ and “Search Architecture in SharePoint 2010″, but discuss those in the context of SharePoint 2013 Search.  This post will address general architecture … Continue reading

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Sharepoint 2013 Search Ranking and Relevancy Part 1: Let’s compare to FS14

I’m very happy to do some “guest” blogging for my good friend Leo and continue diving into various search-related topics.  In this and upcoming posts, I’d like to jump right into something that interests me very much, and that is … Continue reading

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