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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...


Developer’s Corner: DXF output format promoted to official extension for GeoServer

Dear all,as you may already know, GeoServer supports a wide variety of formats as an output of the WFS OGC service, to represent vector feature data. Such formats include the OGC standard GML XML based format (in its various versions), but also more "user friendly" ones such as the shapefile format, GeoJSON, CSV and so on.Some formats that are not supported by default, but that are used by some people working in the GIS field, are CAD formats. Among them, the most used in absolute (thinking of open formats) is DXF, the standard AutoCad file interchange format.Many GIS tools, for...


GeoSolutions presenting GeoServer for serving Meteorological Data at ECMWF

Dear All,a couple of weeks ago we have been invited to ECMFW for the MOS14 Workshop to give a presentation on the current and future capabilities of GeoServer for serving Metereological and Oceanographic data.Here below you can find the presentation that was given by Simone Giannecchini. In addition to an in-depth discussion about GeoServer capabilities a few real-world use cases area also presented. Using GeoServer for spatio-temporal data management with examples for MetOc and remote sensing from GeoSolutions If you'd like to know more about what you could achieve with GeoServer, do not hesitate and get in touch with us. If you need professional services to get...


GeoSolutions Presentations @ FOSS4G 2013

Dear All,we are publishing here most of the presentation GeoSolutions gave at the Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G) 2013 conference. GeoServer on steroids from GeoSolutions GeoServer an introduction for beginners from GeoSolutions Advanced GeoServer Security with GeoFence from GeoSolutions Raster Data In GeoServer And GeoTools: Achievements, Issues And Future Developments from GeoSolutions GeoServer for Spatio-temporal Data Handling With Examples For MetOc And Remote Sensing from GeoSolutions Advanced Cartographic Map Rendering In GeoServer from GeoSolutions If you'd like to know more about what you could achieve with our support, do not hesitate and get in touch with us. If you need professional services to get...


GeoServer Enterprise 2.2.6 Released

Dear All,we would like to announce the first release of the GeoServer Enterprise.GeoServer Enterprise has been developed by GeoSolutions leveraging on the community version of GeoServer 2.2 itself. It contains natively a selected subset of the standard extensions plus some additional ones developed by GeoSolutions. It is released as Open Source under the GPL v 2.0 license and it is available for free.The goal is to provide Long Term Support for the GeoServer versions we are going to promote as Enterprise in order to ensure superior stability and maturity for those users not willing to follow closely the Release Early, Release Often mantra but...