OpenGeo Suite 2.4.4

The OpenGeo team is excited to announce the release of OpenGeo Suite 2.4.4. This is the first new version in a few months so there have been lots of stability improvements and updates. GeoServer: Added Basic HTTP authentication with cascaded WMS servers GeoServer: Support for loading “non-advertised” layers GeoServer: Web Processing Service (WPS) now included GeoServer: Better Read more…

OpenGeo Suite Supports SFPark and Cleaner, Safer Streets in San Francisco

Today OpenGeo, the leader in open source geospatial technology, completed Phase II development for the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s (SFMTA) SFpark project asset management system. SFpark uses geospatial and sensory technology to collect and distributes real-time parking availability information to drivers. It also uses this data to regularly update meter and garage pricing to ensure parking Read more…

OpenGeo Gallery: Real World Applications

The folks in OpenGeo frequently get asked about who uses open source software and the OpenGeo Suite. Well, lots of people do and to demonstrate we’ve been compiling the OpenGeo Gallery.  It’s is a collection of the real-world applications that power the software behind the OpenGeo Suite, including PostGIS, GeoServer,GeoWebCache, OpenLayers, and GeoExt. Projects developed either Read more…

One point Oh

This week, OpenGeo released version 1.0 of our OpenGeo Suite. When we initially announced the OpenGeo Suite, it was a notion — a collection of individual software pieces we would professionally support as a whole. Now, it’s a product in the conventional sense — one download that provides all the pieces in a simple installer Read more…