SES15- Modern Geospatial Architectures in the Cloud

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Originally Aired - Tuesday, April 26 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

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Location: Willow Lake 1-2


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Title: SES15- Modern Geospatial Architectures in the Cloud

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Description: Users will get an introduction into AWS GovCloud Storing Geospatial and Attribute data in RDS Aurora PostgreSQL/PostGIS and Open Source Package KOOPJS and/or CrunchyData’s PG_TileServ and PG_FeatureServ to deliver dynamic PBF Vector Tiles and Query Searchable Endpoints that also return JSON/GeoJSON/GML (GeoServices REST API/FeatureServer and OGC API Features) from the database.

 

Setting up Lambda Functions (Serverless computing) for working with the database and the data API, working with GDAL/OGR and python packages for geospatial ETL operations

 

Delivering Common Operating Picture (COP) Geospatial Map/Dashboards using MapBox GL JS and Terriajs with catalog based data loading.

 

Setting up serverless functions for working with Cloud Optimized GeoTIFF (COG) and delivering as XYZ/WMTS Tiles to map clients and searching on this data with STAC - Spatial Temporal Asset Catalog

 

Delivering LowCode full CRUD applications with the spatial editing/geometry updating

Learning Objectives: 

  • Understand the new modern paradigm of functional serverless computing, managed databases and scalable ETL processes
  • Able to construct solutions powered by FOSS4G technologies

 

* No prerequisite knowledge, skills, or tools are required for this training session

To sign up for this training session, click on the link below to access the registration portal:

https://usgif.org/symposium-training/

Type: Training Session


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