Expert GeoServer (Packt)
Wednesday, 06 February 2019

This book looks at using the GeoServer open source, server-side software for sharing and editing geospatial data. Author Ben Mearns starts by showing how to develop a spatial analysis platform with web processing services, before moving on to more advanced topics such as tile caching. The book also shows how to produce a performant GeoServer-backed web mapping application, and how to enable authentication on the frontend and backend to protect sensitive map data, and deliver sensitive data to end users.

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Author: Ben Mearns
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Date: July 2018
Pages: 134
ISBN: 978-1789538601
Print: 1789538602
Kindle: B07FNW4PH9
Audience: Geospatial developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Maps & GIS

 

  • Develop a WPS-processing service to allow web-based geospatial data processing
  • Get to know important techniques to improve the speed of your web map application—tile caching, raster data optimization, and server clustering
  • Find out which GeoServer settings resolve bottlenecks
  • Develop an algorithm by chaining geospatial analysis processes together
  • Put your application into production with hosting, monitoring, and automated backup and recovery
  • Understand how to develop an effective tile cache-supported web service
  • Master techniques that ensure resilient server deployment

 

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