GeoServer:
Past,
Present,
Future


                 Jus2n
Deoliveira

What
is
GeoServer?


•  Geospa2al
Web
Server

  –  vector
and
raster
data

•  Open
standards

  –  WFS

  –  WMS

  –  WCS...
What
is
GeoServer?

The
Past

The
Past

The
Present

KML

REST

Rendering

ArcSDE

Databases

Output
Formats

Extensions

2.0

The
Year
in
Review



•  489
bug
fixes

•  1682
commits

•  7
releases



*
Without
October,
November,
December

Bug
Fixes

Commits

Downloads

Mailing
List
Traffic

GeoServer
Interna2onal


•    English
–
987
members

•    Brazilian
–
300
members

•    Chinese
–
282
members

•    Italia...
…

2.0!
   

New
UI


•  Ajax

•  Submit‐Apply‐Save

•  Extensible

Security
UI


•  Users
and
roles

•  Data
security

•  Service
security

Applica2on
Schemas


•  Complex
feature
schemas

•  Feature
chaining

KML


•    Super
Overlays

•    Geo
Search

•    Extrudes

•    Par2al
3D

Rendering


•  Labels

   –  curved
labeling

   –  repe22on

   –  wrapping

   –  displacement

•  Dynamic
symbolizers

...
REST


•  RESTful
configura2on

•  Styler

ArcSDE
Raster


•  Arbitrary
number
of
bands
and
pixel

   depth

•  Color
maps

•  Raster
catalogs

ArcSDE
Miscellaneous


•    Scalability
with
sessions

•    Mul2‐version
tables

•    Geometryless

•    JNDI

Raster
Improvements


•  GDAL
support

  –  more
formats

  –  robust
bindings

•  Mosaics

  –  automated
index
crea2on

...
Databases


•  “NG”
architecture

  –  security

  –  performance 


•  Improved
PostGIS
and
Oracle

•  SQL
Server

•  JND...
Extensions


•    Tiles
and
pyramids
in
the
database

•    Vector
pyramids

•    Charts

•    HTML
image
maps

On
the
Horizon


•    Database
configura2on
storage

•    Mul2‐dimensional
coverages

•    Service
profiles

•    Web
Proces...
Thanks!
            


hkp://geoserver.org


      Ques2ons?

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GeoServer Past Present Future 2009

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

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

  3. 3. What
is
GeoServer?

  4. 4. The
Past

  5. 5. The
Past

  6. 6. The
Present

  7. 7. KML

  8. 8. REST

  9. 9. Rendering

  10. 10. ArcSDE

  11. 11. Databases

  12. 12. Output
Formats

  13. 13. Extensions

  14. 14. 2.0

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

  16. 16. Bug
Fixes

  17. 17. Commits

  18. 18. Downloads

  19. 19. Mailing
List
Traffic

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

  21. 21. …

  22. 22. 2.0! 

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

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

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

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

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

  28. 28. REST
 •  RESTful
configura2on
 •  Styler

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

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

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

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

 •  Improved
PostGIS
and
Oracle
 •  SQL
Server
 •  JNDI
connec2ons

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

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

  35. 35. Thanks! 
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