A free, community-supported, open-source server based on Java for sharing geospatial data.
With GeoServer as an open source server, your spatial information is made accessible to all. GeoServer supports a plethora of formats in map creations due to the implementation of Web Map Service. GeoServer is integrated with a free mapping library for quick and user-friendly map creation. GeoServer is created on Geotools which an open source Java GIS toolkit is.
It uses open standards for publishing data from any major spatial data source. It is designed for interoperability. GeoServer is an OGC compliant implementation of several open standards such as Web Feature Service (WFS), Web Map Service (WMS), and Web Coverage Service (WCS). GeoServer is developed, tested, and supported as the community-driven project by a diverse group of individuals and organizations around the world.
We at Apps4Rent helps you deploy GeoServer with Windows platform on Azure. Tested by the Apps4rent engineers, GeoServer works perfectly fine on Azure cloud platform.
Key Features Available in GeoServer on Azure:
- KML Reflector
- Toggling Placemarks
- Customizing Placemarks
- KML Legends
- GeoFence Internal Server Extension
- Style Editor SLD Auto-Complete
- Generate Classified Thematic maps
- Java 11 Support
- JAI-EXT operations on by default
- GeoServer Codebase
- WPS Clustering
- WPS Security
- WPS Limits
- WPS Dismiss
- Refresh of the CSS module
Disclaimer:Apps4Rent does not offer commercial licenses of any of the products mentioned above. The products come with open source licenses. It is highly recommended to change default passwords before implementing in production.
Default ports: Port 8080 http://localhost:8080 and 3389 for RDP
Login details are saved in 'Credentials.txt' file in "C:\Users\Public\Desktop".