GeoStream is a set of technologies that delivers GeoBase functionality over the Internet.
Using technologies like AJAX and JSON remotely, GeoStream provides performance equal to or better than a thick-client solution delivered over the web to a number of different development environments, languages and targets.
Typically, a GeoStream server is automatically configured when you install GeoBase. For manual configuration, see the 'Advanced Topics' section below. A working GeoStream example may be found in the Start Menu if GeoStream was installed as part of the GeoBase SDK:
Start | All Programs | Verizon Connect GeoBase Developer's Kit | Example Applications | Map Explorer - GeoStream Mode
The full Verizon Connect GeoBase SDK has not been certified for Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2. Choosing the 'GeoStream-only' installation option will ensure that you are running only components that have been certified for Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2.
GeoStream.NET uses the same API as the core GeoBase library. This allows companies to develop from a single code base and deploy the map data and GeoBase engine either remotely or locally depending on the customer's requirements.
A GeoStream server is automatically configured when you install GeoBase. The topics in this section describe how to customize your GeoStream server and how to analyze its behavior.
You can customize the appearance of the maps provided by your GeoStream server in a variety of ways, including adding satellite imagery, data from a WMS server, or your own custom CAM (style) files.