lecture: GeoServer in Production: we do it, here is how!
The presentation will describe how to setup a production system based on GeoServer from the points of view of performance, availability and security. The suggestions will start covering how a single node GeoServer should be prepared for internet usage, tuning logging, connection pools, security, data and JVM preparation, keeping disk, memory and CPU usage in check within the limits of the available resources.
We’ll then move to tools used to monitor the production instances, ranging from probes to request auditing and watch-dogs.
Finally the presentation will cover setting up a cluster of server and the strategies for keeping them in synch, from the traditional multi-tier setup (testing vs production) to the systems that need to keep an ever evolving catalog of layers constantly on-line and in synch.
Links to project: https://github.com/geoserver/geoserver/
Start time: 11:30
Room: Plenary Chamber
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