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                              The Millenium Group
                              · P r e s e n t s ·

                   AltaVista Search Engine v3.0 (c) by AltaVista            

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      Web  pages,  word  processing  documents,  spreadsheets,  PDF  files,
      databases--a  modern  enterprise has information up the wazoo. That's
      good  news,  because  if  you're looking for information, chances are
      that  it's  on  one of your servers. The bad news is that it's really
      hard to find the documents that contain it.

      That's exactly the problem Internet search engines have been designed
      to  address:  They  index  accessible data files residing on multiple
      public  Web  servers,  storing  the  results in a database. Users can
      query  that  database  against  full-text  keywords  to find just the
      information  they're  looking  for.  More  bad  news: Although that's
      wonderful  for using the public Internet, those big commercial search
      engines won't help you locate private enterprise data.

      AltaVista  Co.'s  AltaVista  Search Engine 3.0 (AVSE) is a version of
      the  public search-engine software designed to be installed within an
      organization.  AVSE  indexes  not  only  data  on  intranet  and even
      Internet  Web  pages,  but  also  data  files  and  databases on file
      servers.  We  evaluated  AVSE  on our LAN and were impressed with the
      depth  of both its indexing and query functions. It's hard to imagine
      a  company  that  wouldn't  benefit  from setting up its own in-house
      AltaVista server.

      Anatomy Of A Search Engine

      We evaluated the Windows NT 4 version of the AltaVista Search Engine.
      The  company  also  offers  AVSE for Red Hat Linux, Solaris and Tru64
      Unix,  but according to AltaVista, the Windows NT version is the most
      popular  with midsize businesses. As of mid-June, there is no version
      for Windows 2000 Server.

      AVSE  consists  of  two  separate  parts  integrated  into  a  single
      application.  One  is  an  indexing engine, which periodically scours
      explicitly defined data sources, reading new files and indexing their
      content  into  a  database.  The  other is an HTTP/HTML server, which
      presents  a  browser-based user interface for accepting user queries.
      The  Web-based  user interface may be customized using tools provided
      with  AVSE;  it's  services  may  also  be  incorporated  into  other
      corporate Web sites using a so-called Search Developer's Kit that may
      be  downloaded  from  the company's Web site. For this evaluation, we
      started with AltaVista's supplied Web site and customized it, but did
      not use the SDK.

      The  Windows  NT  version  installs  as a single service; the company
      suggests  that  an  entire  server  be  dedicated  to  running  AVSE.
      Suggested  hardware  requirements are quite low, essentially that for
      Windows  NT 4 Server itself: a 300-MHz processor, 256-MB RAM and 5-GB
      disk  space  for the index. The documentation suggested at least 1 GB
      of  virtual  memory.  We gave the server a beefier platform: a Compaq
      ProLiant  DL360  with dual 800-MHz Pentium III processors, 512-MB RAM
      and  9GB  of  drive space. The server was running Windows NT 4 Server
      with  Service Pack 6A, but did not have the option pack with Internet
      Information Explorer installed.

      Pick A Source, Any Source

      Once installed, the first task is to configure the indexing services.
      Those  are  created and changed via a Web-based interface, which AVSE
      calls  its management page. It, like the query interface, is accessed
      through  a  browser  to  a specified TCP/IP port; the default is port
      9000,  specified  in  a configuration file. The documentation advises
      against  altering this port assignment once AVSE has been run for the
      first time.

      AltaVista  gets  kudos  for developing an exceptionally intuitive and
      efficient management facility. The management page is based on a Java
      applet,  which  we  had no difficulty using on Internet Explorer 5 on
      Windows  2000 Professional or Netscape Navigator 4.08 on a Windows 98
      workstation. (The applet would not load properly on Internet Explorer
      4.5 on an iMac running MacOS 8.6 and crashed the browser.)

      From the management interface, you can configure one or more indices,
      each  of  which  is  maintained  separately. We chose to build only a
      single  comprehensive  index  for  our  evaluation,  but it's easy to
      imagine situations where targeted indices would make sense.

      Within  each  index,  there may be one or more "collectors," separate
      tasks  that  gather  information  from different types of information
      sources.  There  are three types of collectors: for Web pages, shared
      disk  files  and  relational  databases  accessed  via  Java Database
      Connectivity (JDBC). Each collector may access multiple data sources;
      for  example,  the  collector  we  created  for Web pages was told to
      search  both  our intranet server, located on our LAN, and our public
      Web server, hosted on an ISP.

      Once  those  URLs were configured, we just pushed the "start" button,
      and  the  collector  went  off  to do its bidding. It took only a few
      minutes to index the Web server located on our Fast Ethernet LAN, and
      about two hours to index the public Web server, which it accessed via
      cable  modem (400 Kbps down, 100 Kbps up). Unfortunately, the default
      is   to  perform  the  index  operation  only  a  single  time.  Most
      administrators  will  want  to  index automatically, and a "collector
      schedule"  tab  lets  you  define  the  hours when indexing should be
      performed.  We  like  that  AVSE  provides  the ability to define its
      collector's  impact on the Web server's performance by specifying the
      number of TCP sessions it will initiate with the Web server.

      One major difference, by the way, between AVSE's Web collectors and a
      Web  server's own indexing engine is that AVSE has to "crawl" through
      a Web site. By default it will only pick up pages and data files that
      are accessible through the site's home page, though it is possible to
      manually  provide  additional entry points. Also, AVSE will not index
      pages that are on the Web site but aren't linked in. By comparison, a
      Web  server's  own indexer can find anything that's physically on its
      hard disk.

      Access Control

      We  were equally impressed with AVSE's ability to search network hard
      disks and index their content, although we wish that it was easier to
      set  up.  AVSE's  purely Web-based documentation is poorly organized,
      and  lacks  clear,  coherent  examples  and  explanations.  This  was
      particularly  true  when  configuring  the  collector  to access file
      servers.

      The  search  engine  service itself must be given full administrative
      privileges  to  each  server  that  you  wish to index, including the
      ability  to  take ownership of documents. The way this is implemented
      is  to  either  set up trust relationships between all of the servers
      and  their  NT  domains or to create a common administrative name and
      password on all of the servers-- only a single user name and password
      may  be associated with the AVSE service, specified as the Windows NT
      services "log in as" parameters for the service.

      To  us, giving the search engine such broad administrative privileges
      could  create  an  unnecessary  security  risk;  creating a read-only
      account  on  the file servers would seem to make more sense. The AVSE
      documentation,  at least for the product version we examined, did not
      address the issue of indexing files on non-Windows NT servers.

      Once  we  worked out (through trial and error) the issues involved in
      giving  AVSE  access  to our file servers, the service took two hours
      and  37  minutes to index about 9 GB of data; it scanned 15,397 files
      and  selected 3,863 files for indexing. Those included Word and Excel
      documents,  dBase-format  database files, PDF files, PowerPoint files
      and more.

      Pick And Choose

      Now  we  were  ready  to  search.  By no surprise, the Web-based user
      interface  looks  and feels like AltaVista's public Web search engine
      at  www.altavista.com,  only  without  the  advertising. All the same
      tricks  and  techniques  worked,  and  response time was too short to
      measure,  even on complex searches with multiple Boolean terms. Click
      on  the  link,  and  the results either download to the workstation's
      hard  disk  or  open  up  in the browser. There's not much we can say
      about that, other than it works! The query agent is straight HTML and
      had no compatibility problems on any of our client platforms.

      One  feature  we  enjoyed  playing  with was AVSE's multiple-language
      support.  Not  only can it identify documents in different languages,
      but  it  can  present  parts of the query user interface in dozens of
      other languages, including those with non-Roman character sets. Field
      names  are translated, but the "Search" button's text is not, and nor
      is  AltaVista's  handy  search  tips,  like  "Use the at sign to find
      grammatical  variations: see@ matches see, sees, seeing and saw." For
      some languages like French and Greek, the end-user help documentation
      is in the native language; for others, like Hebrew and Swedish, it is
      in English.

      Perfectly  functional though it is, most businesses likely would wish
      to   customize   the  appearance  of  the  search  screen.  The  most
      comprehensive  way  is  to integrate AVSE's query engine into another
      Web site using its Search Developer's Kit. A simpler way is to modify
      a  text  file  that  specifies  items  like  the  search-window name,
      corporate  logo,  background  colors  and  other attributes. The AVSE
      documentation  was also misleading in describing how to edit the file
      and  where  to  save  it  after  it  was  edited,  resulting  in more
      trial-and-error experimentation before our changes would stick.

      What You're Looking For

      Despite  those few weaknesses, the underlying technology is sound; we
      can  say  unequivocally that AVSE is an excellent product. Its value,
      however, is harder to assess. AltaVista quoted us a starting price of
      $1,495 for an index for 3,000 documents. Note that our test, indexing
      a single file server, yielded more than that number; that single file
      server  plus  three Web sites was 4,180 documents. When we added more
      servers as well as other sites that we manage, the total swiftly rose
      to more than 7,000 documents.

      When  pressed  about pricing, the company simply wouldn't talk, other
      than  to say that commercial applications (where the search engine is
      made  visible  to  the  public) cost more than intranet applications.
      Beyond  that,  the  spokeswoman said, "Our pricing schedule is really
      just a guide for the sales team, but we have the freedom to negotiate
      with customers depending on their needs." So be prepared to dicker.

                                                             
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          :.. Hxxx Ox Mxxxxx ......... 100 MBiT ........... GERMAN HQ ..:
          :.. Sxxxx Dxxxxx ........... 155 MBit .......... SWEDISH HQ ..:
          :.. Pxxxxxx Dxxxxxxxxx...... 155 MBiT .......... RELEASE HQ ..:
          :.. Txx Axxxx .............. 100 MBiT .......... ARCHIVE HQ ..:


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