Introduction to GeoNode, the Open Source geospatial CMS
2021-09-28, 09:00–13:00, Violeta Parra

GeoNode is an open source web platform for the development of interoperable spatial data infrastructure. The software is designed to be easily extended, customized and integrated into existing systems.

The workshop will provide an introduction to GeoNode starting with an overview of its functionalities for managing, data, users and documents covering also more advanced concepts.
The workshop will also cover advanced administration and configuration functionalities covering the administration panel, management commands, monitoring and analytics and much more.


GeoNode is an open source web platform for the development of interoperable spatial data infrastructure. The software is designed to be easily extended, customized and integrated into existing systems.

The workshop will provide an introduction to GeoNode starting with an overview of its functionalities for managing data, users and documents covering also more advanced concepts like managing layers, editing layer styles, managing maps and geostories and more; advanced information on data management will also be provided in order to ensure performance data dissemination.

The workshop will also cover advanced administration and configuration concepts covering, the administration panel, management commands, monitoring and analytics and much more.

In order to participate no previous knowledge of GeoServer and OGC services is required, but a basic knowledge of GIS concepts and basic data formats (shapefiles, geotiff) is recommended.

Participants should provide their own laptop with Ubuntu 20.04 (or a virtual machine) installed and configured.


Authors and Affiliations

alessio.fabiani@geo-solutions.it

Level

3 - Medium. Advanced knowledge is recommended.

Requirements for the Attendees

Participants should provide their own laptop with Ubuntu 20.04 (or a virtual machine) installed and configured.

Senior Software Engineer at GeoSolutions S.A.S. (Italy) involved on several Open Source GIS based projects.

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