Affordable
high-performance
search
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Lucene
72 queries/sec
Citroen 2CV 1952
Citroen 2CV 1952
115 km/h
20x
Speed
SeekStorm
1424 queries/sec
F16 Falcon
F16 Falcon
2142 km/h
Lucene
6 concurrent users
Ford F150
Ford F150
1.4 tons payload
233x
Payload
SeekStorm
1400 concurrent users
Komatsu 980E-4
Komatsu 980E-4
363 tons payload
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Compared to Open-Source solutions like Lucene, Solr, Elasticsearch* we offer up to:

20x shorter latency
20x higher QPS
200x more concurrent users

Compared to search-as-a-service providers like Algolia* we offer up to:

39x more queries
39x more documents
per dollar spent!

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What is SeekStorm?
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Search
Crawling
SeekStorm is a Search as a Service.
Our search API offers web-scale, real-time, full text, instant search for your data and documents.
Your organization has millions or billions of documents, at different locations, with thousands of concurrent users who need results within milliseconds, reflecting the latest changes in realtime? Add our turn-key search solution to your application with just two lines of code. Provide the documents or data you want to index via REST search API, and search them instantly in real-time. Don't worry about scaling and performance, we do all the heavy lifting for you.
Web-scale full-text search: Index billion documents and return results for thousand concurrent users within milliseconds
Real-time search & indexing: At the same millisecond a document is indexed it is instantly searchable in real-time
Approximate (Fuzzy) search
Query rewriting: Spelling correction, Query completion, Instant search
Boolean search: AND, NOT, PHRASE, Implicit PHRASE
Advanced operators: field filters, e.g. intitle, intext, inurl, site, allintitle, allinurl, allintext
KWIC: Keyword in Context summaries
Custom fields: index any JSON document, define which fields to index, to store, to search in, and to return in results
Custom web search & news search API: by combining Crawler as a service & Search as a service

More information on Search API features and Search API use cases

SeekStorm Search as a Service architecture with search API and crawl API
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Pricing
Basic
$19/mo
1 Index
1 million Documents
1 GB Diskspace
1 million Operations/mo**
10 queries/sec Rate-Limit
Email Support
SIGN UP & FREE Trial*
Next
$99/mo
3 Index
10 million Documents
10 GB Diskspace
10 million Operations/mo**
30 queries/sec Rate-Limit
Email & Chat Support
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Pro
$499/mo
10 Index
100 million Documents
100 GB Diskspace
100 million Operations/mo**
100 queries/sec Rate-Limit
Email & Chat Support
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Documents
Diskspace
Operations/mo**
Rate-Limit
Email, Chat & Phone Support
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* You can try the BASIC plan 7 days for free. To start your free trial period, simply sign up for the BASIC plan. You won't be charged during your free search API trial, and you can cancel anytime. If you continue to use SeekStorm after your free search API trial ends, you’ll be automatically charged the monthly fee.

** Operations: crawl page/index/update/delete/query doc.
If more than 10 results are requested per query, than 1 operation is counted for every 10 results.
If more than 1000 terms are indexed per document, than 1 operation is counted for every 1000 terms
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Our open-source projects
While working hard to bring the best search to our customers, we are also committed to contributing to the open-source community.
SymSpell
Spelling correction & Fuzzy search: 1 million times faster spelling correction algorithm.
View on GitHub
WordSegmentationTM
Fast Word Segmentation using novel Triangular Matrix approach.
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PruningRadixTrie
1000x faster Radix trie for prefix search & auto-complete.
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EliasFanoCompression
Quasi-succinct compression of sorted integers in C#. Close to theoretical compression limit.
View on GitHub