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rasdaman News

This is the archive of rasdaman news:

2017

  • March 2017 -- rasdaman folks are giving an RDA Webinar on Datacubes as an Enabling "Big Data" Paradigm
  • March 2017 -- the ISO SQL MDA (Multi-Dimensional Arrays) candidate standard is sent out for ballot, following months of hard work on the details

2016

  • October 2016 -- the rasdaman team hosts an ISO meeting for finalizing the ISO SQL MDA (Multi-Dimensional Arrays) standards draft
  • September 2016 -- rasdaman presented at INSPIRE conference in Barcelona as official INSPIRE WCS Reference Implementation picked by the INSPIRE Drafting Team
  • July 2016 -- US CIO Review picks rasdaman into their 100 Most Promising Big Data Technologies
  • May 2016 -- after six and a half years of deliberation, OSGeo finds out that rasdaman does not fit their "design by committee" doctrine, and both sides agree therefore that OSGeo is too narrow for accommodating rasdaman

2015

  • October 2015 -- OGC adopted our WCS-T specification as a standard, which will tremendously ease coverage maintenance and coverage service mashups
  • October 2015 -- In Tokyo, the ISO SQL Working Group resolves that the SQL/MDA ("Multi-Dimensional Array") specification is to be rolled out for CD ballot; this specification is based on rasdaman and written by us
  • July 2015 -- following earlier prerelease, the stable version of rasdaman 9.1 is released now, with tons of improvements and new functionality
  • June 2015 -- OpenHub attests rasdaman a "large team, in the top 10% of all project teams on Open Hub"
  • February 2015 -- Currently we are aware of 230 TB of rasdaman databases of atmosphere, ocean, land, and planetary science data. Let us know if you have another Big Data instance running!

2014

  • December 2014 -- rasdaman 9.1 has been released, offering cool new features: new, dramatically faster communication protocol; builtin null / nodata value support; extended OGC support: WMS 1.3, WCS-T, overhauled WCPS, new sleek WCS client.
  • November 2014 -- in the final review of EU project EarthServer (which has substantially supported rasdaman community development!) reviewers were impressed by all the achievements; among others, at the premises of the European Space Agency (ESA) a 170 Terabyte rasdaman space/time database was built.
  • October 2014 -- ohloh reports that the rasdaman codebase now is worth more than 7 million US$.
  • September 2014 -- rasdaman is winner of the Big Data Challenge of the international Copernicus Masters competition.
  • June 2014 -- ISO SC32 WG3 (the SQL maintenance group) has agreed to establish an array extension to SQL, called MDA ("Multi-Dimensional Arrays"), based on the practice proven concepts of rasdaman.
  • March 2014 -- version 9.0.1 has been released improving some issues observed during large-scale migration (release notes).
  • February 23, 2014 -- rasdaman 9.0 has been officially released, see full release notes.
  • January 2014 -- several more specifications crafted by the rasdaman team get adopted as official standards: WCS Scaling Extension, WCS Interpolation Extension, WCS Earth Observation Application Profile.
  • December 16, 2013 -- the WCS Range Subsetting Extension, crafted by the rasdaman team, gets adopted as official OGC standard.
  • January 2014 -- several more specifications crafted by the rasdaman team get adopted as official standards: WCS Scaling Extension, WCS Interpolation Extension, WCS Earth Observation Application Profile.
  • December 16, 2013 -- the WCS Range Subsetting Extension, crafted by the rasdaman team, gets adopted as official OGC standard.
  • December 06, 2013 -- rasdaman is OGC's official Reference Implementation for WCS Core:

    rasdaman is OGC WCS Core Reference Implementation

2013

  • December 16, 2013 -- the WCS Range Subsetting Extension, crafted by the rasdaman team, gets adopted as official OGC standard.
  • December 06, 2013 -- rasdaman is OGC's official Reference Implementation for WCS Core:

    rasdaman is OGC WCS Core Reference Implementation

  • April 11, 2013 -- rasdaman PI Peter Baumann gives keynote lecture "Data, Metadata - Who Cares?" at EGU General Assembly, Vienna
  • January 07, 2013 -- rasdaman becomes GEOSS component

2012

  • November 23, 2012 -- rasdaman showcased at GEO IX Plenary
  • October 18, 2012 -- rasdaman listed on nosql-database.org
  • October 09-11, 2012 -- rasdaman part of OSGeo booth at INTERGEO
  • September 10, 2012 -- rasdaman presented at XLDB 2012, Stanford
  • July 01, 2012 -- rasdaman is listed on ohloh
  • June, 2012 -- rasdaman is candidate reference implementation for WCS Core, being the first implementation to pass all conformance tests
  • April 15, 2012 -- rasdaman 8.3.1 passes the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Web Coverage Service (WCS) 2.0 Core conformance test
  • January 30, 2012 -- rasdaman version 8.3.0 has been released, incorporating many fixes and enhancements
  • November 22, 2011 -- rasdaman has now been accepted into OSGeo Incubation; many thanks to our mentor, Bruce Bannermann (Australian Bureau of Meteorology), for his wise guidance and support!
  • November 16, 2011 -- rasdaman is presented to the GEOSS Community during the GEO VIII Annual Meeting in Istanbul.
  • November, 2011 -- Stephan Meissl, EOX GmbH Austria, is new committer. He has been contributing substantially in particular wrt. MapServer, GDAL, and rasdaman VM issues.
  • September, 2011 -- the EarthServer project has started where six 100+ TB earth science databases will be built by BGS, EOX, Jacobs University, NASA, PML, and MEEO using rasdaman, enabling distributed querying.
  • July, 2011 -- rasdaman version 8.2 has been released.
  • April, 2011 -- rasdaman has been incorporated in the OSGeo Live DVD.
  • 2010-09-27..29 Rasdaman will be presented at the ICT 2010 Brussels Expo.
  • 2010-09-06..09 Rasdaman will be presented at the Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial Conference (FOSSGIS) 2010 in Barcelona.</dd>
  • 2010-09-03 the GDAL driver code, allowing GDAL to use rasdaman as another storage format, has been approved by GDAL and is in their repository now.</dd>
  • 2010-08-17 the GDAL driver code, allowing GDAL to use rasdaman as another storage format, has been submitted to GDAL and is under review there now.</dd>
  • 2010-08-02 A first version of the GDAL driver for rasdaman has been completed and tested. Now we will proceed making it available.</dd>
  • 2010-09-06 Rasdaman will be presented at the Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial Conference (FOSSGIS) 2010 in Barcelona.
  • 2010-08-02 A first version of the GDAL driver has been completed and tested. Now we will proceed making it available.
  • 2010-jul-14 A hot summer indeed - we have launched a project to add NetCDF support to rasdaman.
  • 2010-jul-05 A project has started to link rasdaman into GDAL. This coupling of two powerful tools will open up new vistas, among them pairing MapServer? with rasdaman.
  • 2010-jun-19 Petascope, the rasdaman OGC service frontend which has had its own domain, www.petascope.org, is now an integrated component of rasdaman (see petascope/ directory in the source tree and the redirection page).

2010-apr-05

  • The rasdaman community project officially applies for OSGeo incubation.

2010-mar-28

  • The rasdaman community project starts getting investigated by OSGeo for possible incubation.

2009-aug-13

  • version 8.1.0 released, containing remedies for several hickups; use of version 8.0.0 is not encouraged.

2009-jul-26

  • include directory is now generated by "make install", allowing simpler linking of applications

2009-jun-15

  • as git on our vm continues to make trouble, we've uploaded an addendum library meantime

2009-may-12

  • website completely opened, including code of rasdaman 8.0.0

2009-mar-26

  • Wiki structure created

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