Setting up, operating and maintaining your own data application is easy with Fuse.
Three simple steps will have you building data apps in minutes.
To make sure that you can easily start working with Fuse you need to install some prerequisites (Docker Toolbox).
This guide shows you what is needed.
Open a terminal, use your access token to log into our Docker registry and pull the Docker images for Fuse Free.
Request your access token
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Login to our Docker registry
docker login -u token -p my-token -e none docker.qsensei.com
Pull the Fuse Free images
docker pull docker.qsensei.com/fuse-free
Once you have installed the prerequisites and pulled your Fuse Free images it is time to create your first data app.
If you need some inspiration just try one of our tutorials.
In this tutorial, we'll walk you through the creation of a data app with data from DBPedia.org about athletes from various sports.
Learn how to create a data model for Fuse and how to translate it into the schemas necessary to setup Fuse for your data. It also shows you how to define and configure indexes and facets for your search and how to make use of our REST API to connect to data sources and import data. Finally, you can immediately start searching and analyzing data through our standard search interface.
In this tutorial we'll show you how to use Fuse to search documents from your file system - a common pain we all face every day.
See how easily and hassle-free data apps that are built with Fuse can be deployed using our Docker containers. We have created a complete read to run package for you, consisting of Fuse, Data Services and our standard search interface. With the introduction of Fuse Data Services, we also show you how to easily extend Fuse.