GeoServer 2.5.1 Released

GeoServer 2.5.1 Released

The GeoServer team is happy to announce the release of GeoServer 2.5.1.GeoServer

GeoServer 2.5.1 is the next the stable release of GeoServer and is recommended for production deployment. Thanks to everyone taking part, submitting fixes and new functionality:

  • By popular request Top/Bottom labels when configuring layer group order
  • You can now identify GeoServer “nodes” in a cluster by configuring a label and color in the UI. Documentation and example in the user guide.
  • Have you ever run GeoServer and not quite gotten your file permissions correct? GeoServer now has better logging when it cannot your data directory and is required to “fall back” to the embedded data directory during start up.
  • We have a new GRIB community module (community modules are not in the release until they pass a QA check, but great to see new development taking shape)
  • Documentation on the jp2kak extension now in the user guide
  • Additional documentation for the image mosaic in the user guide with tutorials covering the pluginraster time-seriestime and elevation and footprint management.
  • WCS 2.0 support continues to improve with DescribeCoverage now supporting null values
  • Central Authentication Service (CAS) authentication has received a lot of QA this release and is now available in the GeoServer 2.5.x series.
  • Thanks to Andrea and Jody (GeoSolutions and Boundless) for publishing this release
  • Check the release notes for more details
  • This release is made in conjunction with GeoTools 11.1

Download bundles are provided (zipwardmg and exe)  along with documentation and extensions.

Source: GeoServer


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