GeoServer : GeoServer 2.0 Design
This page last changed on Sep 30, 2005 by jdeolive.
This space is intended to be used as a whiteboard for the design and architecture of the next round of Geoserver: Geoserver 2.0, also known as Geoserver Enterprise Edition.
Over the last few months, much discussion has gone one about what a open-source spatial data infrastructure should like like. Check out Geoserver 2.0 Roadmap for some of the details. The following summarize the major goals of the project:
In order to define the architecture, dome definitions are in order.
Building a web service or application is a lot of work. A framework aimed at making this activity easy must factor out the common tasks that any type of service may wish to perform. The following are categories of such tasks.
A central repository for data. Tasks include:
A mechanism for looking up data based on specific parameters. Tasks include:
Facilities for modifying data. Tasks include:
|Document generated by Confluence on May 14, 2014 23:00|