Learn How to Future-Proof Your GIS Journey with Hybrid Architecture

More and more geospatial data is being created and captured -- every second of every day. GIS teams tasked with the management, analysis, visualization and dissemination of this data need a platform that can easily and affordably scale to meet demand. Enter hybrid GIS architecture leveraging open GIS solutions alongside your existing proprietary software investment.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • What is Hybrid Architecture?
  • Why is Hybrid Architecture important to consider now?
  • Where does it fit in an organization's GIS journey?
  • The first 3 steps to get started with Hybrid Architecture


Anthony Calamito, Chief Geospatial Officer at Boundless

Who should attend: GIS Architects, GIS Developers, GIS Analysts, GIS Programmers, Data Scientists, IT Architects, CTOs, VP of IT, Big Data Engineers, anyone responsible for the management and analysis of huge amounts of geospatial data

About Boundless

Boundless helps commercial enterprises, government agencies and defense & intelligence teams reduce the cost and time of deploying and managing geospatial software with a scalable, open GIS platform – including Server, Exchange, Desktop and Connect – and a powerful ecosystem of geospatial knowledge, tools and resources. Learn more at https://boundlessgeo.com

Read more from Boundless at https://goo.gl/765ScD


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