GeoServer

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...

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MNDB & MRPDB Environment Training

Telstra asked LISAsoft to provide platform specific training to their Server Operations and Storage Operations Support groups.

The training was on the MNDB and MRPDB platforms which LISAsoft had built and for which we provided high level technical support.

The training was conducted according to the following timeframes:

One 4 day course in Perth for 8 attendeesTwo 3 day courses in Brisbane for 6 attendees

Each course was...

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Geoserver

Overview

Our professional Geoserver training consists of a series of three, two-day courses that provide an in-depth look at GeoServer. It focuses on the role of GeoServer in a stack of spatial software to publish spatial data taking into consideration the use of of GeoServer by clients, using OpenLayers as an example. Also considered are data sources such as spatially enabled relational databases (PostGIS and Oracle) as well as...

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