Blog for Vespa - The open big data serving engine
Text-to-image search with Vespa
In this post we explore a text-to-image search application on Vespa using approximate nearest neighbor search on vector representations of text and images.
28 Nov 2021
Vespa Newsletter, November 2021
Advances in Vespa features and performance include improved schema inheritance, Intellij plugin for schemas, Hamming distance in ranking, and performance gains in data dump and application deployment.
23 Nov 2021
Vespa increases HTTP visiting throughput ten-fold or more
The new slicing feature in /document/v1 splits visiting across independent HTTP requests, letting throughput scale with the number of container nodes or clients.
Jon M Venstad
13 Nov 2021
Result diversification using Vespa result grouping
This blog post dives into how to achieve result diversification using Vespa's grouping framework.
Jo Kristian Bergum
11 Nov 2021
Vespa Product Updates, September 2021
Advances in Vespa features and performance include Vespa CLI, nearest neighbor performance improvements, mTLS security, improved write throughput and Sentencepiece Encoder.
30 Sep 2021
Computing with tensors in Vespa
In this blog post, we'll explore some of the unique properties of tensors in Vespa.
30 Sep 2021
Introducing Vespa CLI
The official command-line tool for Vespa is now available.
23 Sep 2021
Securing Vespa with mutually authenticated TLS (mTLS)
Learn how to secure both the application container and the Vespa internal communication of your Vespa application.
Bjørn C Seime, Morten Tokle, and Tor Brede Vekterli
23 Aug 2021
Internship at Vespa
After the summer internship of 2021 the interns have summarised what they have done and their experience at Vespa
Mathias Chunnoo and Ole-Magnus Vian Norum
20 Aug 2021
Vespa Product Updates, July 2021
Advances in Vespa features and performance include HTTP/2 feed and query endpoints, ONNX Runtime integration for stateless model inference, and the new open Vespa Factory build and test system.
06 Jul 2021
Accelerating stateless model evaluation on Vespa
It has become increasingly important to efficiently evaluate machine-learned models in the stateless container cluster. We have recently added accelerated model evaluation here, which opens up new usage areas.
05 Jul 2021
Improve throughput and concurrency with HTTP/2
The Vespa HTTP container now accepts HTTP/2 with TLS enabled. Learn how this improves HTTP throughput and efficiency, and how to get started using HTTP/2.
Bjørn C Seime and Jon M Venstad
01 Jul 2021
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