NLT was honored to present at the Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G) Buenos Aries Online conference.
Organized by the Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo), FOSS4G is a large international conference that brings together developers, users, decision-makers, and observers from a broad spectrum of organizations and fields for six days of workshops, presentations, and meetings for participants to discuss advancements in geospatial products, techniques, standards, and protocols.
NLT team members Robert Pitts (Program Manager) and Wes Richardet (Software Architect) presented Building Serverless Geospatial Applications for the Enterprise to a large audience in the Use Cases and Applications track. They discussed the evolution of the cloud, the limitations of traditional geospatial application architectures, and the benefits of leveraging serverless designs for building scalable workflows and web applications. The presentation highlighted four case studies from their recent work developing dynamic cloud-native solutions for customers in large federal and state government organizations which have transformed the ability of geographers and data scientists to deliver meaningful insights for a range of complex missions at lower cost.
NLT is a leading provider of integrated cloud, cybersecurity, software development, data analytics, geospatial, and scientific consulting services. NLT offers distinctive capabilities in the delivery of cloud-native platforms that enable the collection, integration, modeling, privacy protection, quality assurance, and public release of federal data products and web-based decision support tools and is a recognized leader in integrating these capabilities in support of FEMA and homeland security missions. NLT’s array of technology partners including Microsoft, AWS, Dell, Redhat, Esri, Fugue, Planet, and others enable the firm to incorporate best-in-class technologies, data, and methodologies into its solutions for customers. For more information about NLT contact us here