GeoServer Commercial Support
As a popular and mature project we are pleased to see GeoServer commercial support offered a range of service providers outlined below.
Using a service provider is a great way to get started with GeoServer and important to the ongoing sustainability of the project. In addition to training, setup, and integration assistance many service providers are in position to report and fix issues on your behalf. This work directly makes GeoServer better for everyone and is vitally important.
By choosing a service provider that helps directly as part of the leadership, or demonstrated capability to contribute as part of the team, you can help GeoServer continue to grow and thrive.
We also wish to recognize importance of local and regional support. If you are working with a service provider not on our list please encourage them to contact us and take part in the GeoServer community.
Update: See service provider description for new community participation tags!
Core contributors take on an ongoing responsibility for the GeoServer project are highly recommended.
On behalf of their customers these service providers are responsible for the core application and extensions and are in an excellent position to provide fast and efficient support. In addition core-contributors sustain the GeoServer community by answering questions online, tracking vulnerabilities, making releases, and helping promote the project.
Astun Technology is the UK market leader for Enterprise solutions built on OSGeo foundations. Astun provides enterprise-ready, high-quality services such as training, support and consultancy in GeoServer, GeoNetwork, PostGIS, QGIS, MapServer,OpenLayers & GDAL/OGR. Over 60 organisations rely on Astun to support their endeavours including Government Agencies, Local Authorities, National Parks, Blue Light Services, Social Housing, Utility companies and other commercial organisations.
Astun is actively involved in the OSGeo community employing well known members including Antony Scott, Jo Cook, Ian Turton, Matt Walker and Mike Saunt. Our team of OSGeo experts and enthusiasts have over 250 years cumulative experience in the geospatial industry and Astun encourages and supports staff in volunteering and contributing within the Open Source, Open Data and humanitarian mapping communities.
GeoCat offers cutting-edge, customized software and services that make publishing geospatial data on the internet easier and more efficient. GeoCat provides expertise with Spatial Data Infrastructure, geospatial-enabled technologies, and open standards. The company offers a wide range of enterprise products: long-term GeoServer Enterprise support, GeoCat Live hosting, and celebrated GeoCat Bridge one-click publishing (direct to GeoServer from the comforts of your Desktop GIS.)
GeoCat is passionate advocate for open source and free software with products, services, and values follow the free and open source software philosophy. This commitment is demonstrated with both financial sponsorship and hands-on participation. GeoCat is pleased to represent customers with steering committee members and committers on the GeoServer, GeoTools, and GeoNetwork projects. For more information on how GeoCat can help you succeed with GeoServer visit the GeoCat contact page.
Experienced providers participate in the GeoServer community on behalf of their customers. Through these relationships experienced providers are better able to provide timely and informed service.
Geocursos (Brazil) was created in 2012, with the idea of providing professional training through e-learning. Its premise is to contribute to the transmission of knowledge and training of competent professionals in the open source GIS.
It provides training on GeoServer as well as OpenLayers, PostGIS, QGIS and other tools. For more information please get in touch via the Geocursos contact page.
Additional Service Providers
Many other organizations sell training, setup and integration support and can assist you with the use of GeoServer. The following service providers have asked to be listed on this page: