Posts Tagged: GeoServer

Odysseus – A story about survival (using GIS)

“This is an automated broadcast on every frequency. The planetary senate has initiated emergency protocol ALPHA. Last night at 04:50 Ellarion Standard Time The Machines attacked. Every major city in Ellarion, Caelena and Osiris has been destroyed. The casualties are innumerable. Unfortunately, among the deceased is the honored Emperor, forever may they shine. On this… Read more »

How AWS enables automation of publishing geospatial data?

How AWS enables automation of publishing geospatial data_

At the start of 2019 our client the Department of the Built Environment of the Finnish Ministry of the Environment needed to set up an API to offer spatial planning datasets produced in the Kuntapilotti pilot project. The pilot was one of the work packages of the larger Maankäyttöpäätökset (Land use decisions) project. One of… Read more »

Performance Testing of Open Data Services for Finnish Forest Center

Robustness and quality of spatial web services has never been more crucial, and Finnish Forest Center (Metsäkeskus) understands this well. Metsäkeskus published open data services in 2018 using Geoserver. Before releasing the new services, they wanted to ensure these services would be reliable and fast, so users of the data could make the most of… Read more »

How to get usage analytics for GeoServer

GeoServer is great for publishing OGC services and it’s used by many of our customers to publish data online. However, GeoServer does not provide robust usage analytics by itself. Therefore many organisations using GeoServer have a limited understanding on usage trends, what data is being used and by which web maps. Spatineo provides a tool called Spatineo Monitor… Read more »