deegree is open source software for spatial data infrastructures and the geospatial web. deegree offers components for geospatial data management, including data access, visualization, discovery and security. Open standards are at the heart of deegree.
The software is built on the standards of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) and the ISO Technical Committee 211. It includes the OGC Web Map Service (WMS) reference implementation, a fully compliant Web Feature Service (WFS) as well as packages for Catalogue Service (CSW), Web Coverage Service (WCS), Web Processing Service (WPS) and Web Map Tile Service (WMTS). Since 2000 deegree has been developed by lat/lon, with the strong intention to make it a community-driven project. A major step to this effect was the acceptance to be an OSGeo project in 2010. Today, deegree is maintained by several organisations and individuals with a large user base all around the world.
Figure: One of deegree's demo workspaces: A web mapping setup based on data from the state of Utah.
free & professional support
There are several ways to get support on deegree. If you are a user or developer then of course you can use the deegree community for getting free support.
If you want professional support on deegree, several highly qualified companies are available for support. They can help you out in various stages of your project. From the first general implementation of deegree to support on building tailor made solutions, including the development of new functionality for deegree.
Some of the internationally operating companies which are happy to play a role in your project - against reasonable costs - are:
- lat-lon (Germany)
- IDgis (The Netherlands)
- Occam Labs (Germany)
- grit (Germany)
- m-click.aero (Germany)