GeoMesa is an open-source, distributed, spatio-temporal database built on a number of distributed cloud data storage systems, including Accumulo, HBase, Cassandra, and Kafka. Leveraging a highly parallelized indexing strategy, GeoMesa aims to provide as much of the spatial querying and data manipulation to Accumulo as PostGIS does to Postgres.
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- GeoMesa 1.2.5 is now available, with improved indexing of polygons and linestrings, configurable date intervals for temporal-spatial indexes, full multi-level attribute visibility support, Jupyter notebook documentation, and more. More details are available in the mailing list announcement.
- CCRi recently exhibited at FOSS4G North America in Raleigh, North Carolina, and GEOINT 2016 in Orlando, Florida. Jim Hughes' FOSS4G presentation GeoMesa, GeoBench, and SFCurve: Measuring and improving BigGeo performance was well-attended, and it was great to meet so many of GeoMesa users at both conferences.
- Recent press: GeoMesa tames big data for GIS in the cloud in the Government Computer News and Open Source Big Spatial Data with GeoMesa in GIS Lounge.
- GeoMesa 1.2: Now with Eclipse LocationTech Vetting!
- CCRi partners with Google for a GeoMesa powered by Google Cloud Bigtable.
- Missed our FOSS4G 2015 presentation? We've added the slides to our presentations and papers page.
- GeoMesa Binaries (Accumulo binaries)
- Current Version: 1.2.6
- Source Code
Navigate to where you would like to download the project and run:
git clone https://github.com/locationtech/geomesa/ && cd geomesa && build/mvn clean install -DskipTests
GeoMesa is managed by Maven, and is built with the
build/mvn clean install -DskipTests command.
The above command builds each GeoMesa sub-project with its additional dependencies-included JAR.
For a more detailed introduction, read the official documentation.