GeoSolutions » Blog https://www.geo-solutions.it Your one-stop-shop for geospatial open source software Thu, 08 Nov 2018 10:00:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.21 GeoSolutions presente ad ASITA 2018 https://www.geo-solutions.it/blog/asita-2018/ https://www.geo-solutions.it/blog/asita-2018/#comments Thu, 08 Nov 2018 10:00:28 +0000 http://www.geo-solutions.it/?p=4430 ASITA 2018

GeoSolutions sarà presente alla 22esima conferenza nazionale ASITA dal 27 al 29 Novembre 2018 presso l'hotel Four Points Sheraton a Bolzano con un proprio stand, dove vi aspettano per parlare di come poter soddisfare i vostri bisogni attraverso i nostri prodotti Open Source GeoServer, MapStore e GeoNode ed attraverso i nostri piani di supporto professionale e consulenza.
 
Durante la conferenze i tecnici di GeoSolutions prenderanno parte Martedì 27 Novembre dalle ore 14:30 alle ore 18:30 alla sessione parallela #2 "Infrastrutture di dati geografici e interoperabilità" con i seguenti interventi:
  • MapStore: Modern WebMapping con OpenLayers, Leaflet e React con Mauro Bartolomeoli
  • GeoServer, il server open source per la gestione interoperabile dei dati geospaziali con Andrea Aime
  • INSPIRE services con GeoServer ed HALE, state of the art con Simone Giannecchini

Inoltre, Mercoledì 28 Novembre dalle ore 11:30 alle ore 13:30 Simone Giannecchini terrà un workshop dal titolo "Infrastrutture per dati territoriali con i prodotti Open Source di GeoSolutions: introduzione e casi di successo" dove dopo una prima sessione di approfondimento sulla offerta di GeoSolutions  e sui propri prodotti Open Source verranno mostrati alcuni casi di successo a livello italiano ed internazionali di infrastrutture di dati geosapaziali create in collaborazione con GeoSolutions. Di seguito l'agenda dettagliata.

  • GeoSolutions, chi siamo e cosa facciamo
  • Introduzione ai prodotti Open Source di GeoSolutions: GeoServer, MapStore, GeoNode
  • Il SIT del Comune di Bolzano
  • La SDI del Comune di Genova
  • Un esempio di piattaforma DAAS (data-as-a-service) commerciale per il mondo Oil&Gas
  • Un esempio di piattaforma DAAS (data-as-a-service) commerciale per il mondo Earth Observation
  • La piattaforma IHP-WINS dell'UNESCO
If you are interested in learning about how we can help you achieving your goals with our open source products GeoServerGeoNodeMapStore and GeoNetwork as well as throw our Enterprise Support Services and GeoServer Deployment Warranty offerings, feel free to contact us!
 
The GeoSolutions team,
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ASITA 2018

GeoSolutions sarà presente alla 22esima conferenza nazionale ASITA dal 27 al 29 Novembre 2018 presso l'hotel Four Points Sheraton a Bolzano con un proprio stand, dove vi aspettano per parlare di come poter soddisfare i vostri bisogni attraverso i nostri prodotti Open Source GeoServer, MapStore e GeoNode ed attraverso i nostri piani di supporto professionale e consulenza.
 
Durante la conferenze i tecnici di GeoSolutions prenderanno parte Martedì 27 Novembre dalle ore 14:30 alle ore 18:30 alla sessione parallela #2 "Infrastrutture di dati geografici e interoperabilità" con i seguenti interventi:
  • MapStore: Modern WebMapping con OpenLayers, Leaflet e React con Mauro Bartolomeoli
  • GeoServer, il server open source per la gestione interoperabile dei dati geospaziali con Andrea Aime
  • INSPIRE services con GeoServer ed HALE, state of the art con Simone Giannecchini

Inoltre, Mercoledì 28 Novembre dalle ore 11:30 alle ore 13:30 Simone Giannecchini terrà un workshop dal titolo "Infrastrutture per dati territoriali con i prodotti Open Source di GeoSolutions: introduzione e casi di successo" dove dopo una prima sessione di approfondimento sulla offerta di GeoSolutions  e sui propri prodotti Open Source verranno mostrati alcuni casi di successo a livello italiano ed internazionali di infrastrutture di dati geosapaziali create in collaborazione con GeoSolutions. Di seguito l'agenda dettagliata.

  • GeoSolutions, chi siamo e cosa facciamo
  • Introduzione ai prodotti Open Source di GeoSolutions: GeoServer, MapStore, GeoNode
  • Il SIT del Comune di Bolzano
  • La SDI del Comune di Genova
  • Un esempio di piattaforma DAAS (data-as-a-service) commerciale per il mondo Oil&Gas
  • Un esempio di piattaforma DAAS (data-as-a-service) commerciale per il mondo Earth Observation
  • La piattaforma IHP-WINS dell'UNESCO
If you are interested in learning about how we can help you achieving your goals with our open source products GeoServerGeoNodeMapStore and GeoNetwork as well as throw our Enterprise Support Services and GeoServer Deployment Warranty offerings, feel free to contact us!
 
The GeoSolutions team,
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GeoSolutions workshop and presentation at INSPIRE Conference 2018 https://www.geo-solutions.it/blog/inspire-conf-2018-aftermath-2/ https://www.geo-solutions.it/blog/inspire-conf-2018-aftermath-2/#comments Mon, 24 Sep 2018 09:44:11 +0000 http://www.geo-solutions.it/?p=4405 INSPIRE Conference 2018

Dear All, we are writing this blog post to thank all those who attended our GeoServer workshop and presentation, as well as those who talked to us at our booth at the INSPIRE Conference 2018 in Antwerp last week.

The material for the GeoServer is available online here (see the INSPIRE and Complex Features sections) and it requires you to download the training package, available here, that contains all the data and software needed to perform the exercises (find the instructions for getting started here).

As of the presentation INSPIRE services with GeoServer and HALE, where are we? we gave, you can find it here below.

If you are interested in learning about how we can help you achieving your goals with our open source products GeoServer, GeoNodeMapStore and GeoNetwork as well as throw our Enterprise Support Services and GeoServer Deployment Warranty offerings, feel free to contact us!

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INSPIRE Conference 2018

Dear All, we are writing this blog post to thank all those who attended our GeoServer workshop and presentation, as well as those who talked to us at our booth at the INSPIRE Conference 2018 in Antwerp last week.

The material for the GeoServer is available online here (see the INSPIRE and Complex Features sections) and it requires you to download the training package, available here, that contains all the data and software needed to perform the exercises (find the instructions for getting started here).

As of the presentation INSPIRE services with GeoServer and HALE, where are we? we gave, you can find it here below.

If you are interested in learning about how we can help you achieving your goals with our open source products GeoServer, GeoNodeMapStore and GeoNetwork as well as throw our Enterprise Support Services and GeoServer Deployment Warranty offerings, feel free to contact us!

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MapStore Release 2018.02.00: Dashboards and more https://www.geo-solutions.it/blog/mapstore-release-dashboards/ https://www.geo-solutions.it/blog/mapstore-release-dashboards/#comments Mon, 17 Sep 2018 16:22:05 +0000 http://www.geo-solutions.it/?p=4360 2018.02.00 cover

Dear Reader,

We are pleased to announce the new release 2018.02.00 of MapStore, our flagship Open Source WebGIS product. The full list of changes for this release can be found here, but the most interesting additions are the following:

  • Dashboards: you can now create your own dashboard to mix maps with charts and other widgets to create advanced visualizations that you can  save and share as you already do with maps
  • Improved Homepage: we added support for featured maps and dashboards so that you can make most importan maps and dashboards more prominent
  • Widgets: new Rich Text widget, available both for maps and dashboards
  • Upgraded OpenLayers and Leaflet to latest versions
  • Various bug fixes and performance improvements

About Dashboards

A dashboard is a new kind of resource available on MapStore. A dashboard is a single page that can contain maps, charts, tables, counters, legend and other widgets to create an immersive visualization of your data that goes beyond the simple mapping.

[gallery type="slideshow" size="large" columns="2" ids="4361,4362,4363,4364"] The various widgets can be connected to a map in order to filter data on the current map viewport so that as you interact with the map the widgets adapt their content dynamically. [caption id="attachment_4371" align="aligncenter" width="800"]Connect map and widgets Connect map and widgets[/caption]

Like maps, dashboards can be created, edited and shared with the other users via MapStore.

[caption id="attachment_4372" align="aligncenter" width="800"]Save your own dashboards as you already do with maps Save your own dashboards as you already do with maps[/caption] New Home page with featured resources

The new home page is much better (at least that is our hope) than the previous one, since we first of all did a deep refresh of its look&feel. Administrators can now mark maps and dashboards as "featured" to make them more prominent in the home page and therefore easier to discover for end users who  can quickly find the most important content without using the search functionalities.

[caption id="attachment_4373" align="aligncenter" width="800"]homepage New home page with featured maps[/caption] Below the featured content section you can find the usual list of maps in a tab together with an additional tab that shows dashboards. New Rich Text widget With the new Rich Text widget users can add to maps and dashboards  rich content comprising of images, hyperlinks and formatted text as shown below. Copy and paste from HTML pages is supported as well. [caption id="attachment_4375" align="aligncenter" width="800"]New text widget available for dashboards and maps New rich text widget available for dashboards and maps[/caption]   Future work

For the next releases we have plans to work on the following (in sparse order):

  • Integration with GeoNode
  • Integrated styler for GeoServer
  • Timeslide to support for WMS layers with TIME
  • Support for more general map annotations, beyond simple markers further improvements to charts and dashboards
Stay tuned for additional news on the next features!

If you are interested in learning about how we can help you achieving your goals with open source products like GeoServerMapstore, GeoNode and GeoNetwork through our Enterprise Support Services and GeoServer Deployment Warranty offerings, feel free to contact us!

The GeoSolutions team, ]]>
2018.02.00 cover

Dear Reader,

We are pleased to announce the new release 2018.02.00 of MapStore, our flagship Open Source WebGIS product. The full list of changes for this release can be found here, but the most interesting additions are the following:

  • Dashboards: you can now create your own dashboard to mix maps with charts and other widgets to create advanced visualizations that you can  save and share as you already do with maps
  • Improved Homepage: we added support for featured maps and dashboards so that you can make most importan maps and dashboards more prominent
  • Widgets: new Rich Text widget, available both for maps and dashboards
  • Upgraded OpenLayers and Leaflet to latest versions
  • Various bug fixes and performance improvements

About Dashboards

A dashboard is a new kind of resource available on MapStore. A dashboard is a single page that can contain maps, charts, tables, counters, legend and other widgets to create an immersive visualization of your data that goes beyond the simple mapping.

[gallery type="slideshow" size="large" columns="2" ids="4361,4362,4363,4364"] The various widgets can be connected to a map in order to filter data on the current map viewport so that as you interact with the map the widgets adapt their content dynamically. [caption id="attachment_4371" align="aligncenter" width="800"]Connect map and widgets Connect map and widgets[/caption]

Like maps, dashboards can be created, edited and shared with the other users via MapStore.

[caption id="attachment_4372" align="aligncenter" width="800"]Save your own dashboards as you already do with maps Save your own dashboards as you already do with maps[/caption] New Home page with featured resources

The new home page is much better (at least that is our hope) than the previous one, since we first of all did a deep refresh of its look&feel. Administrators can now mark maps and dashboards as "featured" to make them more prominent in the home page and therefore easier to discover for end users who  can quickly find the most important content without using the search functionalities.

[caption id="attachment_4373" align="aligncenter" width="800"]homepage New home page with featured maps[/caption] Below the featured content section you can find the usual list of maps in a tab together with an additional tab that shows dashboards. New Rich Text widget With the new Rich Text widget users can add to maps and dashboards  rich content comprising of images, hyperlinks and formatted text as shown below. Copy and paste from HTML pages is supported as well. [caption id="attachment_4375" align="aligncenter" width="800"]New text widget available for dashboards and maps New rich text widget available for dashboards and maps[/caption]   Future work

For the next releases we have plans to work on the following (in sparse order):

  • Integration with GeoNode
  • Integrated styler for GeoServer
  • Timeslide to support for WMS layers with TIME
  • Support for more general map annotations, beyond simple markers further improvements to charts and dashboards
Stay tuned for additional news on the next features!

If you are interested in learning about how we can help you achieving your goals with open source products like GeoServerMapstore, GeoNode and GeoNetwork through our Enterprise Support Services and GeoServer Deployment Warranty offerings, feel free to contact us!

The GeoSolutions team, ]]>
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MapStore in the Austro Control Spatial Data Infrastructure: supporting dissemination of aeronautical data https://www.geo-solutions.it/blog/mapstore-austro-control-sdi/ https://www.geo-solutions.it/blog/mapstore-austro-control-sdi/#comments Mon, 10 Sep 2018 16:06:28 +0000 http://www.geo-solutions.it/?p=4336 austrocontrol

Dear Reader,

In this post we would like to cover the work we have performed recently for Austro Control GmbH.

Austro Control is one of Europe’s leading air traffic control organisations. There are up to 3,500 controlled flights in Austrian airspace on some days. With a workforce of about 1,000, Austro Control’s key task is maintaining safe, punctual, efficient and environmentally friendly air traffic round the clock, 365 days a year, with over 1 million flight movements in Austrian airspace.

Austro Control is a limited company (plc) owned by the Austrian government that grew from the Federal Office of Civil Aviation (corporatised on 1 January 1994).

Austro Control has two main functions, performed by separate divisions. The Air Navigation Services Division largely comprises operational functions, while the Aviation Agency is responsible for regulatory matters.

An enterprise SDI based on Open Source

As part of their effort to create their own spatial data infrastructure based on Open Source to ingest, manage and disseminate Aeronautical Information to their stakeholders, they have selected MapStore as their webmapping client of choice. It is also worth to point out that MapStore is in good company since Austro Control GmbH also uses GeoServer and GeoNetwork for data and metadata management.

[caption id="attachment_4339" align="aligncenter" width="800"]Austro Control SDI Austro Control SDI[/caption]

Whilst Austro Control GmbH was satisfied with some of the functionalities offered by MapStore they decided to provide funding to implement some specific functionalities as well as to enhance some other functionalities (such contributions will be part of the next, upcoming MapStore release). In the following sections of this post we are going to briefly cover the most important ones.

Import/Export of Maps and Data

This is about the ability for all users to export map definitions and then reload them or send them to someone else for sharing. 

Anonymous users are therefore now able to export map settings locally in a file, which can be saved for later reuse; this includes the status of collapsed/open parts of the hierarchical legend as shown below. It is also possible to load and style directly on the map Shapefiles, GeoJSON and KML/KMZ files, as shown below.

[caption id="attachment_4344" align="aligncenter" width="800"]Map Export at work Map Export at work[/caption] [caption id="attachment_4342" align="aligncenter" width="800"]Map & Data Import GUI Map & Data Import GUI[/caption] [caption id="attachment_4340" align="aligncenter" width="801"]Importing and styling as marker a Shapefile for populated places from Natural Earth Importing and styling as marker a Shapefile for populated places from Natural Earth[/caption]

Improved Map Annotations

Users are now able to create, modify, remove, store locally and upload sophisticated map annotations also known as redlining data. The annotations can be of type point, line, polygon, circle and text and are not stored on the server (this will be implemented in a future version) but are transient on the map with the possibility to export to a local storage and re-upload later on.

[caption id="attachment_4346" align="aligncenter" width="800"]Annotations manager on a sample set of annotations showing the various types of annotations elements allowed Annotations manager on a sample set of annotations showing the various types of annotations elements allowed[/caption]

The ability to define a symbology for the annotations (colour, line thickness, point symbols, line/area style, text font, etc.) is also supported as shown below.

[caption id="attachment_4347" align="aligncenter" width="801"]Styling a circle annotation Styling a circle annotation[/caption]

It is also possible to place annotations elements by using coordinate input via the keyboard (point, line, polygon, circle, text): for above mentioned data input the possibility shall exist to enter locations/points of elements via coordinate input on a text field, the format for coordinates are decimal degrees and the aeronautical degree format ("NDD MM SS.xxxx, EDDD MM SS.xxxx").

[caption id="attachment_4348" align="aligncenter" width="801"]Precise annotation geolocation Precise annotation geolocation[/caption]

The ability to print annotations and imported vectorial data is also supported, further improvements to the print tool in MapStore have been provided to properly preserve vector feature styles too.  

[caption id="attachment_4349" align="aligncenter" width="801"]Printing of imported KML files and annotations Printing of imported KML files and annotations[/caption]

Support for AIRAC Cycles for publication dates in irregular time lags

MapStore still lacks a proper widget to manage time enabled layer from WMS and WMTS (stay tuned, we are working on that as well) but this was an important missing features since Austro Control Gmbh needs to update data according to the Aeronautical Information Regulation And Control Cycle; therefore the requirement here was to create a widget to display a calendar where the user could select a specific date to control a WMS TIME-enabled layer(s) or to be presented with a predefined list of dates.

[caption id="attachment_4350" align="aligncenter" width="801"]Selecting dates from a predefined list Selecting dates from a predefined list[/caption] [caption id="attachment_4351" align="aligncenter" width="800"]Free selection from a calendar where existing time slots are highlighted Free selection from a calendar where existing time slots are highlighted[/caption]

The date selection applies to all layers that support the time dimension and we also give users the option to display or not layers without time dimension. Notice that only the administrator is able to configure a list of special dates with names that shall be highlighted in the calendar component, as shown before.

Conclusions

Other enhancements were performed as part of this work which will end up in MapStore soon (e.g. ability to measure on the map in nautical miles); eventually, we would like to thank Austro Control GmbH for its patience when dealing with us and for their foresight in embracing the Open Source philosophy.

Last but not least, if you are interested in learning about how we can help you achieving your goals with open source products like GeoServerMapStoreGeoNode and GeoNetwork through our Enterprise Support Services and GeoServer Deployment Warranty offerings, feel free to contact us!

The GeoSolutions Team,

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austrocontrol

Dear Reader,

In this post we would like to cover the work we have performed recently for Austro Control GmbH.

Austro Control is one of Europe’s leading air traffic control organisations. There are up to 3,500 controlled flights in Austrian airspace on some days. With a workforce of about 1,000, Austro Control’s key task is maintaining safe, punctual, efficient and environmentally friendly air traffic round the clock, 365 days a year, with over 1 million flight movements in Austrian airspace.

Austro Control is a limited company (plc) owned by the Austrian government that grew from the Federal Office of Civil Aviation (corporatised on 1 January 1994).

Austro Control has two main functions, performed by separate divisions. The Air Navigation Services Division largely comprises operational functions, while the Aviation Agency is responsible for regulatory matters.

An enterprise SDI based on Open Source

As part of their effort to create their own spatial data infrastructure based on Open Source to ingest, manage and disseminate Aeronautical Information to their stakeholders, they have selected MapStore as their webmapping client of choice. It is also worth to point out that MapStore is in good company since Austro Control GmbH also uses GeoServer and GeoNetwork for data and metadata management.

[caption id="attachment_4339" align="aligncenter" width="800"]Austro Control SDI Austro Control SDI[/caption]

Whilst Austro Control GmbH was satisfied with some of the functionalities offered by MapStore they decided to provide funding to implement some specific functionalities as well as to enhance some other functionalities (such contributions will be part of the next, upcoming MapStore release). In the following sections of this post we are going to briefly cover the most important ones.

Import/Export of Maps and Data

This is about the ability for all users to export map definitions and then reload them or send them to someone else for sharing. 

Anonymous users are therefore now able to export map settings locally in a file, which can be saved for later reuse; this includes the status of collapsed/open parts of the hierarchical legend as shown below. It is also possible to load and style directly on the map Shapefiles, GeoJSON and KML/KMZ files, as shown below.

[caption id="attachment_4344" align="aligncenter" width="800"]Map Export at work Map Export at work[/caption] [caption id="attachment_4342" align="aligncenter" width="800"]Map & Data Import GUI Map & Data Import GUI[/caption] [caption id="attachment_4340" align="aligncenter" width="801"]Importing and styling as marker a Shapefile for populated places from Natural Earth Importing and styling as marker a Shapefile for populated places from Natural Earth[/caption]

Improved Map Annotations

Users are now able to create, modify, remove, store locally and upload sophisticated map annotations also known as redlining data. The annotations can be of type point, line, polygon, circle and text and are not stored on the server (this will be implemented in a future version) but are transient on the map with the possibility to export to a local storage and re-upload later on.

[caption id="attachment_4346" align="aligncenter" width="800"]Annotations manager on a sample set of annotations showing the various types of annotations elements allowed Annotations manager on a sample set of annotations showing the various types of annotations elements allowed[/caption]

The ability to define a symbology for the annotations (colour, line thickness, point symbols, line/area style, text font, etc.) is also supported as shown below.

[caption id="attachment_4347" align="aligncenter" width="801"]Styling a circle annotation Styling a circle annotation[/caption]

It is also possible to place annotations elements by using coordinate input via the keyboard (point, line, polygon, circle, text): for above mentioned data input the possibility shall exist to enter locations/points of elements via coordinate input on a text field, the format for coordinates are decimal degrees and the aeronautical degree format ("NDD MM SS.xxxx, EDDD MM SS.xxxx").

[caption id="attachment_4348" align="aligncenter" width="801"]Precise annotation geolocation Precise annotation geolocation[/caption]

The ability to print annotations and imported vectorial data is also supported, further improvements to the print tool in MapStore have been provided to properly preserve vector feature styles too.  

[caption id="attachment_4349" align="aligncenter" width="801"]Printing of imported KML files and annotations Printing of imported KML files and annotations[/caption]

Support for AIRAC Cycles for publication dates in irregular time lags

MapStore still lacks a proper widget to manage time enabled layer from WMS and WMTS (stay tuned, we are working on that as well) but this was an important missing features since Austro Control Gmbh needs to update data according to the Aeronautical Information Regulation And Control Cycle; therefore the requirement here was to create a widget to display a calendar where the user could select a specific date to control a WMS TIME-enabled layer(s) or to be presented with a predefined list of dates.

[caption id="attachment_4350" align="aligncenter" width="801"]Selecting dates from a predefined list Selecting dates from a predefined list[/caption] [caption id="attachment_4351" align="aligncenter" width="800"]Free selection from a calendar where existing time slots are highlighted Free selection from a calendar where existing time slots are highlighted[/caption]

The date selection applies to all layers that support the time dimension and we also give users the option to display or not layers without time dimension. Notice that only the administrator is able to configure a list of special dates with names that shall be highlighted in the calendar component, as shown before.

Conclusions

Other enhancements were performed as part of this work which will end up in MapStore soon (e.g. ability to measure on the map in nautical miles); eventually, we would like to thank Austro Control GmbH for its patience when dealing with us and for their foresight in embracing the Open Source philosophy.

Last but not least, if you are interested in learning about how we can help you achieving your goals with open source products like GeoServerMapStoreGeoNode and GeoNetwork through our Enterprise Support Services and GeoServer Deployment Warranty offerings, feel free to contact us!

The GeoSolutions Team,

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GeoSolutions presentations from FOSS4G 2018! https://www.geo-solutions.it/blog/foss4g-2018-aftermath/ https://www.geo-solutions.it/blog/foss4g-2018-aftermath/#comments Sun, 02 Sep 2018 18:06:04 +0000 http://www.geo-solutions.it/?p=4330 FOSS4G 2018

Dear Reader,

we are putting together in this post all presentations that were given by our staff during this year FOSS4G in Dar Es Salam, Tanzania.

Here is the complete list. Enjoy!

State of GeoServer 2018 Serving earth observation data with GeoServer: addressing real world requirements Creating Stunning Maps in GeoServer, with SLD, CSS, YSLD and MBStyles Crunching Data In GeoServer: Mastering Rendering Transformations, WPS And SQL Views GeoServer in production. We do it, here is how! One GeoNode, many GeoNodesMapping beyond web mercatorMapStore 2, the story

If you want further information, do not hesitate to contact us.

The GeoSolutions Team,

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FOSS4G 2018

Dear Reader,

we are putting together in this post all presentations that were given by our staff during this year FOSS4G in Dar Es Salam, Tanzania.

Here is the complete list. Enjoy!

State of GeoServer 2018 Serving earth observation data with GeoServer: addressing real world requirements Creating Stunning Maps in GeoServer, with SLD, CSS, YSLD and MBStyles Crunching Data In GeoServer: Mastering Rendering Transformations, WPS And SQL Views GeoServer in production. We do it, here is how! One GeoNode, many GeoNodesMapping beyond web mercatorMapStore 2, the story

If you want further information, do not hesitate to contact us.

The GeoSolutions Team,

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