Build intelligent maps and apps with the geospatial power of our standards-based platform. Built on leading open source software, OpenGeo Suite powers web, mobile, and desktop applications across enterprises large and small.
- Manage and store data reliably with PostGIS
- Publish maps and data from a variety of formats and sources
- Build flexible user interfaces and custom workflows
in the browser with OpenLayers
- Analyze and publish geospatial data on the desktop with QGIS
- Access and edit data using open standards from top to bottom,
- including OGC standards like WMS, WFS, WCS, and others.
OpenGeo Suite is also in the Cloud
The same OpenGeo Suite you are used to installing on your physical hardware is
now available for provisioning in the cloud from both the Amazon Web Services and Windows Azuremarketplaces. These preconfigured machine instances contain the full package of software, support, and hosting designed to take the worry and hassle out of setting up a server. Our offerings contain everything needed to publish geospatial data and maps without having to purchase, configure, or maintain any hardware.
GovCloud and FedRAMP Compliance:
OpenGeo Suite is also available on AWS GovCloud (US), a secure AWS Region designed to allow agencies at all levels of government to move sensitive workloads into the cloud while addressing regulatory and compliance concerns. AWS GovCloud (US) adheres to both U.S. International Trac in Arms Regulations (ITAR) regulations and Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP SM) requirements. OpenGeo Suite is also ready for provisioning in the GeoPlatform environment.
Deployed inside IC ITE and C2S:
OpenGeo Suite is already running inside the Intelligence Community’s IC ITE environment, and is provisioned as an instance inside the Commercial Cloud Services (C2S) environment.
Composer, a tool for creating, styling, and publishing maps, makes authoring and publishing maps to GeoServer vastly easier than ever before. It includes a simpler styling syntax, real-time feedback, and convenience features such as code-completion and sample code.
- Colors can be chosen via a color wheel interface or specified by color name
(e.g., “green,” “blue”)
- Any number of rules can be provided for a data layer
- The order in which the code specifies things like filters and symbolizers is flexible
- Code autocomplete is provided via keyboard shortcuts
- See attributes for each data layer so they can be used in styling rules (e.g., features of type=park are green while type=hospital are pink)
- Pan and zoom the map to determine which data layers should appear at which zoom levels