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Developer’s Corner: Achieving Extreme GeoServer Scalability with the new Marlin vector rasterizer

As you probably know, GeoServer is a Java based software, so its performance is heavily dependent on what the Java Virtual Machine and the Java standard library can offer. Over the years the GeoServer developers have been pushing the boundaries of what can be done by replacing portions of the Java standard libraries by adopting faster replacements, for example, the turbo jpeg encoder, the native PNG encoder available in ImageIO native extensions, or the recent adoption of the pure java, high performance PNGJ library. One of the Achilles' heel that so far we failed to replace is the anti-aliased rasterizer contained in the...

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GeoSolutions porta il GeoServer a Valenzia

Si è svolto con successo il workshop su GeoServer organizzato da GeoSolutions durante le settime giornate internazionali gvSIG a Valenzia. Sono stati molti i partecipanti alle giornate che hanno deciso di dedicare 2 ore alla scoperta di GeoServer.Il workshop si è svolto in inglese durante una manifestazione spagnola dove la maggior parte degli interventi avveniva nella lingua nazionale, ma questo non ha fatto desistere i partecipanti che hanno mostrato al contrario un grande interesse.  Un ringraziamento alla gvSIG association per il sostegno al software open source manifestato attraverso l'organizzazione di un evento con lo scopo di condividere esperienze a livello internazionale e per il supporto...

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GeoSolutions presentation @ Italian GFOSS day 2009

During this year's italian GFOSS day Ing. Alessio Fabiani has given a presentation on GeoServer and INSPIRE, specifically "GeoServer per la gestione interoperabile dei dati geospaziali: introduzione, e casi d'uso con cenni ad INSPIRE". I am posting it here in case someone is interested. Watch out, it is in Italian!GeoSolutions Gfoss 09 PresentationView more documents from GeoSolutions.Ciao,Simone.

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Hibernating GeoServer: seeking for scalability and robustness

I thought it would have been worth spending a few minutes to let people know about this development that we are bringing forward at GeoSolutions.Being not only GeoServer developers but also GeoServer hungry users, we have been a bit unpleased in the past by the scalability problems that it was showing by the fact that:GeoServer was keeping all its configuration into memoryGeoServer was making use XML files to handle its internal configurationNow a lot of work has been lately for the upcoming 2.0 version of GeoServer, however, while 2 has been made less evident by GSIP 36 1 has not...

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