Martini supports and ships with one of the most popular open-source enterprise search platforms, Apache Solr. This means that you have the ability to link you own Solr cores, index, and search Solr documents from your local or remote Solr servers1.
Martini comes preconfigured with two Solr cores, one each for the invoke monitor and Tracker. It uses these cores to implement Martini's monetization2 feature, and for logging data processed by trackable services. With custom search indices, you can also index and query whichever dataset you like, and implement custom logic using services for your applications.
However, you may like to use a dedicated instance of Solr (instead of using the embedded instance in Martini). The sections below describe how to configure Martini to use an instance of Solr that isn't embedded.
Support for embedded, remote, and SolrCloud versions of Solr are dependent on your Martini subscription plan. ↩
By default the API Montor uses Solr, but it can also be configured to use Redis. ↩