Report: Google To Launch Caffeine Index In Upcoming "Months"

Feb 26, 2010 • 3:10 am | comments (4) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

Search Engine Land's Matt McGee reports Google will be launching the Caffeine index update, the one many believe is already live, in the upcoming months.

He received a statement from Google saying:

We expect to roll it out to all data centers over the coming months.

Why didn't it launch after the holidays? What is the hold up with Caffeine launching? Google sent a statement about that:

We run lots of tests with this big a change to our infrastructure. We want the new system to meet or exceed the abilities of our current system, and it can take time to ensure that everything looks good.

Again, many people will swear it is live. It is live, but only in one of the many Google data centers. So just be patient and hopefully it will go live before Bing powers Yahoo fully.

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