Everything You Need to Know About Kubernetes Security Best Practices

Are you an entrepreneur who’s looking to give your business a complete digital makeover? Or perhaps you’re a software developer who’s looking for a more efficient way to deploy cloud-native applications? In either case, chances are Kubernetes has already caught your attention. Continue reading “Everything You Need to Know About Kubernetes Security Best Practices”

Mapbox once touted as the opensource competitor to Google Maps is no longer free

Mapbox GL JS is no longer free, as of December 8th, 2020. Yesterday, Mapbox announced that they were moving their Mapbox GL JS library from a BSD license to a new more commercial license. Continue reading “Mapbox once touted as the opensource competitor to Google Maps is no longer free”

Defense Strategies Institute is proud to announce the 4th annual GEOINT & Open Source Analytics Summit

Creating Trusted Geospatial Intelligence Partnerships in a Rapidly Evolving World at Defense Strategies Institute’s GEOINT & Open Source Analytics Summit Continue reading “Defense Strategies Institute is proud to announce the 4th annual GEOINT & Open Source Analytics Summit”

Images from #FOSS4GNA, San Diego and a Tip About FOSS4G2020

FOSS4G North America is the premier open geospatial technology and business conference where technologists, end-users and decision makers convene to share how open source software is becoming a part of their business and their geospatial stack.  Continue reading “Images from #FOSS4GNA, San Diego and a Tip About FOSS4G2020”

Putting Open Source GIS to Use

The global GIS market is expected to reach $14.6 billion by 2020, presenting massive opportunities for growth. At the same time, organizations are moving away from proprietary software and the burden of single-vendor lock-in towards more flexible and budget-friendly open source solutions. The concurrent rise in GIS and open source is creating new ways for organizations to make the most of the geospatial data at their disposal and turn it into actionable insights, particularly those in the fields of energy, agriculture, transportation, manufacturing, finance and government. Continue reading “Putting Open Source GIS to Use”

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