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A presentation on the state of GeoServer for the 2009 that presents an survey of the new features and contributions of the year.

A presentation on the state of GeoServer for the 2009 that presents an survey of the new features and contributions of the year.

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GeoServer Past Present Future 2009 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. GeoServer:
Past,
Present,
Future
 Jus2n
Deoliveira

  • 2. What
is
GeoServer?
 •  Geospa2al
Web
Server
 –  vector
and
raster
data
 •  Open
standards
 –  WFS
 –  WMS
 –  WCS
 •  Gateway
to
the
“GeoWeb”

  • 3. What
is
GeoServer?

  • 4. The
Past

  • 5. The
Past

  • 6. The
Present

  • 7. KML

  • 8. REST

  • 9. Rendering

  • 10. ArcSDE

  • 11. Databases

  • 12. Output
Formats

  • 13. Extensions

  • 14. 2.0

  • 15. The
Year
in
Review
 •  489
bug
fixes
 •  1682
commits
 •  7
releases
 *
Without
October,
November,
December

  • 16. Bug
Fixes

  • 17. Commits

  • 18. Downloads

  • 19. Mailing
List
Traffic

  • 20. GeoServer
Interna2onal
 •  English
–
987
members
 •  Brazilian
–
300
members
 •  Chinese
–
282
members
 •  Italian
–
54
members
 •  Spanish
–
53
members

  • 21. …

  • 22. 2.0! 

  • 23. New
UI
 •  Ajax
 •  Submit‐Apply‐Save
 •  Extensible

  • 24. Security
UI
 •  Users
and
roles
 •  Data
security
 •  Service
security

  • 25. Applica2on
Schemas
 •  Complex
feature
schemas
 •  Feature
chaining

  • 26. KML
 •  Super
Overlays
 •  Geo
Search
 •  Extrudes
 •  Par2al
3D

  • 27. Rendering
 •  Labels
 –  curved
labeling
 –  repe22on
 –  wrapping
 –  displacement
 •  Dynamic
symbolizers
 –  hatched
fills
 –  dynamic
glyphs
 •  Resource
limits

  • 28. REST
 •  RESTful
configura2on
 •  Styler

  • 29. ArcSDE
Raster
 •  Arbitrary
number
of
bands
and
pixel
 depth
 •  Color
maps
 •  Raster
catalogs

  • 30. ArcSDE
Miscellaneous
 •  Scalability
with
sessions
 •  Mul2‐version
tables
 •  Geometryless
 •  JNDI

  • 31. Raster
Improvements
 •  GDAL
support
 –  more
formats
 –  robust
bindings
 •  Mosaics
 –  automated
index
crea2on
 –  transparency
 •  Coverage
rendering

  • 32. Databases
 •  “NG”
architecture
 –  security
 –  performance 

 •  Improved
PostGIS
and
Oracle
 •  SQL
Server
 •  JNDI
connec2ons

  • 33. Extensions
 •  Tiles
and
pyramids
in
the
database
 •  Vector
pyramids
 •  Charts
 •  HTML
image
maps

  • 34. On
the
Horizon
 •  Database
configura2on
storage
 •  Mul2‐dimensional
coverages
 •  Service
profiles
 •  Web
Processing
Service
 •  Scrip2ng

  • 35. Thanks! 
 hkp://geoserver.org
 Ques2ons?