OneBox Extender (OBX)
Double the Performance and Double the Capacity at Half the Price
Perfect Search's OneBox Extender (OBX) delivers this when compared to the Google Search Appliance (GSA). Perfect Search super-charges your existing GSA, providing a cost effective, high-scalability solution.
One Perfect Search Appliance Can Search Over 1 Billion Documents
The largest GSA can search only 30 million documents. Perfect Search super-charges your existing GSA, providing a cost effective, high scalability solution.
+ = Scalability
The OBX solves everything the Perfect Search Appliance (PSA) solves PLUS greatly extends the capacity of the GSA.
GSA Pain Points
Let us show you how Perfect Search's OBX can solve these GSA pain points:
- Google's inability to search large email and databases
- Google's difficulty in searching structured data
- Google's inability to effectively scale
- Google's high price tag
- Google's limited capacity due to their document count policy
OBX Features & Benefits
|Expanding Google's Functionality
||Allows users to use the Google interface to reach untapped content repositories
||Provides user with every feature of the Perfect Search Appliance (PSA)
||Indexes and searches massive amounts of data at blazing speeds
||Allows the Google Search Appliance to have a bigger footprint within the enterprise, accessing large databases, email archives, etc.
||Indexes, searches and retrieves all content–up to a billion structured or unstructured records at high speed
||Provides the ability to search massive data sets, with price based on document size rather than document count
||Quickly searches across multiple data repositories and multiple platforms; high performance connectors support most major file types
||License does not expire
||Schedule crawlers at low-traffic times
|Plug & Play
||Easy to install and use
|Look & Feel of Google Screens
||Minimal learning curve
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The Perfect Search OBX sits alongside the GSA and expands its scalability to access large amounts of data. This rack-mounted 2-unit (2U) search appliance can be configured with Linux or Windows OS.
OBX models–Base, High Availability (redundant) and Turbo-charged–are designed to accommodate system sizes ranging from 50 to 5,000 GB, with customized appliances available. Redundant server is either standard or an option, depending upon the model selection.
How the OBX Works
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