GeoServer - Driving Spatial Data Applications. A core component of the Geospatial Web

Online maps are in demand like never before.  Applications ranging from real estate directories showcasing available rental properties to routing sites that allow people to easily find your home or business with no knowledge of the surrounding area.  Behind many of these applications is GeoServer. 

GeoServer is an open source application server, written in Java, that allows users to share and edit geospatial data. Designed for interoperability, it publishes data from any major spatial data source using open standards such as those published by the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)

GeoServer implements the Web Map Service (WMS) standard and can create maps in a variety of output formats.   This interface provides client applications and sites with the ability to request one or more data sets in an area of interest and receive a cartographically consistent, multi-layer, rendered map as a single image. It also conforms to the Web Feature Service (WFS) standard, which permits the actual sharing and editing of the geospatial data. This provides...


EnterpriseDB - Failover Manager

Failover Manager

EDB Failover Manager is the company’s newest in a collection of integrated enterprise class tools. It addresses a gap in the market for a reliable, cost effective solution to monitor the health of a streaming replication cluster and initiate failover in the event the master database fails. 

Failover Manager provides the cluster health monitoring, node/...


Web Mapping with OpenLayers


The course is a two day course designed for developers who need to create applications using the OpenLayers JavaScript library. The first day delivers the basic knowledge necessary to set up a web map project and publish maps. The second day takes an in-depth look at the tools available to developers in the OpenLayers environment. Participants will browse code snippets and make configuration changes.