Spatialytics has been the first partner in the growing network of OpenGeo Partners, back in June 2010! We will always remember those welcoming words by Paul Ramsey, on OpenGeo’s blog : Not as exciting as our first kiss, but still pretty exciting: our first OpenGeo re-seller is Spatialytics in Quebec. Anyway, we are pretty excited too by this partnership and their first Global Partner Network meeting in Denver, the day before FOSS4G begins. Spatialytics and OpenGeo Spatialytics is a reseller of the OpenGeo Suite – Enterprise Edition in the province of Quebec.
The 2011 OSGeo international conference, FOSS4G (Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial), will take place the week of September 12 to 16 in Denver, CO. Spatialytics is pleased to support the event through a sponsorship as well as by giving different presentations on its Open Source GeoBI projects, a talk on commercialization of OS Geospatial and an other one giving an overview of the OS BI market.
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Quebec City (Canada), July 21st – Spatialytics presents the new version 2.0 of GeoKettle, the Open Source Spatial ETL now available to download (RC1) for free via www.spatialytics.org. GeoKettle (www.geokettle.org) is an incredible tool to clarify, automate, accelerate, standardize and secure all processes requiring steps and jobs to extract, process and load alphanumeric as well as geometric data.
The local chapter of OWASP, an international group dedicated to application security, invites anyone in Montreal interested in web application security to a presentation next thursday at 6:30pm. It’s going to be in Rom A-2330 at École des Technologies Supérieures, with David Mirza, founder of Subgraph, presenting their new open source product VEGA.