MS Federated Search Connectors

I just saw a series of new federated search connectors show up on my Microsoft Download site feed. I personally hadn’t heard anything about these being released but wanted to post the links to them and the description provided for them.  Here is what the site has to say:

”Federated Search Connectors allow a search solution based on any Microsoft Enterprise Search product (Microsoft Search Server 2010, Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, Microsoft FAST Search for SharePoint 2010, Microsoft Search Server 2008, or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007) to pass a query to a target system and accept and display results from that system.”

So here are the different types of connectors available…I look forward to trying them out:

Google News

Google Blog


Bing Search

Bing News

Bing Images

Bing Local

Yahoo Search

Yahoo News

Yahoo Images





Encyclopedia Britannica

Business Week

The Register

About J.D. Wade

Senior SharePoint Consultant, husband, active in community theatre, love watching movies, have been described as “quirky”, aka “KB Man”
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