Spatial Information Services Stack
The Spatial Information Services Stack (SISS) is an architecture and suite of tools for spatial data interoperability using the OGC standards, GML application schema development and registries. Various projects in many science/business domains are deploying the SISS in multiple Australian Government agencies and research organisations.
As SISS is built on open source technologies others are encouraged to utilise the stack and assist in its development.
The SISS builds on existing technologies where possible, such as GeoServer
. Development has primarily involved feature enhancement to support complex application schemas like GeoSciML
and WaterML, and engineering hardening to raise the quality of service level and ensure the stack is complete. For example, the AuScope
portal uses GeoNetwork
to discover services, and the application schemas supported by GeoServer
are developed and tested with FullMoon
. The objective is that a complete solution is available to develop, establish and maintain OGC compliant applications from the various component parts.
Spatial Information Services Stack - Technical & Implementation Details, Events/Tutorials
SISS Releases / Roadmap
Components included in the SISS Architecture
SISS Incubator Components
Components in testing, intended for possible inclusion in future SISS releases
(Notes and pages in this section are NOT formalised as in other sections)
Version 2.2 onwards
Tools and widgets built by others that leverage on SISS or add value!
SISS Release Strategy and Licensing
SISS Publications and Presentations
Spatial Information Services Stack Handbook
For general SISS questions, release notifications and discussion about the overall 'SISS architecture' please join our https://lists.csiro.au/mailman/listinfo/siss
If you have queries about a specific component of SISS then it would be best to ask that component's community directly; the aforementioned list is for a more 'general architecture' type of discussion.
Siss Web Utilities