Released in 2002, the Google Search Appliance (GSA) was a dependable solution for intelligent search of your on-premise data—but not anymore. It required a specific piece of hardware to be required in your network, but new hardware isn’t being sold after January 1, 2018 and license terms are now limited, making the yellow box a thing of the past.
If you’re using GSA, don’t assume you’ll need to do a heavy-duty system migration. Docxonomy can connect to your systems just as easily as GSA did (but without the need for specific hardware!), and allow you to continue to enjoy the benefits of intelligent search with zero downtime. Read our section on our connector architecture to learn more about how this is done.
On top of this, if you’ve got both on-premise file systems or repositories and cloud-based systems also, you can still have a single point of search across all of them!
Most GSA replacements involve a long-term project and tens of thousands of dollars (or more) out of pocket. Docxonomy is instant, and our simple pricing comes without a long-term contract. Try it, and if you don’t love it, simply cancel at any time.
July 23, 2018
Google Search Appliance, GSA Replacement, Migration