GeoServer for Windows

You can view and modify geospatial data using Geoserver, a Java-based software client. By using open standards established by the Open Geospatial Consortium( Ogc ), Geoserver enables a great deal of flexibility in map creation and information sharing.

Geoserver can produce maps in a variety of output formats by implementing the Web Map Service ( Wms ) standard. Geoserver includes the completely mapping libraries Openlayers, which makes creating maps quick and simple.

Geotools, a Java Gis toolkit that is empty source, is the foundation of the Geoserver application. Any of the well-known mapping applications, including Google Maps, Google Earth, Yahoo Map, and Microsoft Virtual Earth you display details through Geoserver. Geoserver can also interface with conventional Gis structures like Esri Arcgis.


You can present and edit geographic information using Geoserver, which is written in java. It publishes information from all significant geographical information sources with empty standards, including Wms, Wfs, Wcsp, and Rest. It was created with interoperability in mind.



Windows version of Geoserver 2.18.2.
  1. Xp of Windows,
  2. Windows 7.
  3. Windows 10.
  4. , Windows 2000
  5. Panels 2003,
  6. 98th Windows,
  7. Windows Vista,
  8. Windows 8.
Languages that are spoken:
  1. English,
  2. German,
  3. Spanish,
  4. French,
  5. Italian,
  6. Japanese,
  7. Polish,
  8. Chinese
most recent change:
February 4th, 2023, a Thursday
Geospatial Foundation Obtainable Base