2021-09-30, 08:00–08:30, Córdoba
This presentation provides an update on our community as well as reviews of the new and noteworthy features for the latest releases. Attend this talk for a cheerful update on what is happening with this popular OSGeo project, whether you are an expert user, a developer, or simply curious what GeoServer can do for you.
GeoServer is a web service for publishing your geospatial data using industry standards for vector, raster and mapping. It powers a number of open source projects like GeoNode and geOrchestra and it is widely used throughout the world by organizations to manage and disseminate data at scale.
This presentation provides an update on our community as well as reviews of the new and noteworthy features for the latest releases. This year in particular we have a lot to cover for 2.18 and 2.19 releases, as well as a preview of the September 2.20 release. Attend this talk for a cheerful update on what is happening with this popular OSGeo project, whether you are an expert user, a developer, or simply curious what GeoServer can do for you.
Andrea Aime (1)
Jody Garnett (2)
Software status / state of the artLevel –
2 - Basic. General basic knowledge is required.Language of the Presentation –
Open source enthusiast with strong experience in Java development and GIS. Personal interest range from high performance software, huge data volume management, software testing and quality, spatial data analysis algorithms, map rendering. Full time open source developer on GeoServer and GeoTools.
Received the Sol Katz's OSGeo award in 2017.
- Serving earth observation data with GeoServer: COG, STAC, OpenSearch and more
- Creating Maps in GeoServer using CSS and SLD
- Demystifing OGC APIs with GeoServer: introduction and status of implementation
- The secret life of open source developers
- State of GeoWebCache
- Crunching Data In GeoServer with Discrete Global Grid Systems (DGGS)
- Standing up a OSM clone with GeoServer. Part 2, revenge of the vector tile!
- Serving large GeoPackage dataset in GeoServer: the OS MasterMap and ZoomStack use case
- Adding Quality Assurance to open source projects: experiences from GeoTools, GeoWebCache an GeoServer
Jody Garnett is an open source developer and advocate working with GeoCat BV. He has over 20 years experience consulting, training, building solutions, and guiding technology development. Jody is on the steering committee for the GeoTools, GeoServer and JTS projects, and volunteers as chair of the OSGeo Incubation Committee.