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Geoserver Upgrade

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In a continuous effort to improve performance, the BRIC Geoserver infrastructure used to circulate cartographic layers in the form of an OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) format service has just been redeployed. All the services provided via the web for the circulation of these data have been migrated to a new infrastructure with more machines compared to 2015 for greater capacity.

Users can thus continue to benefit from a architecture that is constantly monitored, dividing services among three Geoserver sub-sets : INSPIRE / Geobru, UrbIS and all the other layers (Fix My Street, Nova, ...).

Do not hesitate to contact IRISline, the BRIC Helpdesk, if you have any questions or comments or you come across any difficulties relating to this redeployment.