Workshop at the 7th gvSIG Conference: Introduction to GeoServer

During the 7th International gvSIG Conference there will be different workshops. They will be about Geoserver, Development on gvSIG 2.0, gvSIG applied to the municipal management, Gearscape Geoprocessing Language, and a seminar about gvSIG 3D.

The workshop “Introduction to GeoServer” will be held on Thursday December 1st 2011, at 9 o’clock. It will be given by Simone Giannecchini, founder of  GeoSolutions  and it will provide a hands on introduction to the GeoServer usage and configuration.

In particular the workshop will cover the following topics:

    • GeoServer installation
    • brief theoretical introduction to GeoServer configuration and data models vector data – – – configuration (shapefile) and raster data configuration (GeoTIFF), basic usage of WMS and WFS
    • styling data with SLD
    • KML file generation and Google Earth integration, with time series and extrusion handling

The attendees are required to install the following application before the beginning of the workshop: http://www.vmware.com/products/player/.

An ISO will be provided to install along with VMWare player which is a self contained Ubuntu install with all the needed pieces.

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