[gdal-dev] Gdal and Open Data Cube

Julien Michel julien.michel at cnes.fr
Mon Jun 12 02:55:16 PDT 2017

Hi Peter,

I know about rasdaman, I even attended the rasdaman tutorial at FOSS4GEU 
2015. But my point is not to choose or compare implementations : I am 
working with a project that uses the this ODC,  I want to be able to do 
some OTB processing with it, and OTB reads data through gdal. And from a 
gdal perspective, it makes sense to have drivers for every possible 
(open-source) data source. Hence my question. I am a bit worried about 
the overhead of what Even sketched ;)



Le 04/06/2017 à 15:09, Peter Baumann a écrit :
> Hi Julien,
> already seen rasdaman (www.rasdaman.org)? Fully implemented nD datacube engine,
> proven on massive data, in operational use (not just planning phase)...and
> proudly using GDAL.
> As I am editor of the OGC datacube standards I'll be glad to give advice on
> standards-based coupling. Just le me know your plans.
> cheers,
> Peter
> On 06/02/2017 02:28 PM, Julien Michel wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> There is a lot of activity around this Open Data Cube [1] initiative, which
>> seems promising. As far as I understand it however, what we can do with data
>> in the datacube is limited to what the python API allows you to do. Is there
>> any plan (and does it even make sense ?) to have a gdal driver that allows to
>> address data ingested in a datacube instance ?
>> Thanks a lot,
>> Regards,
>> Julien
>> [1] https://github.com/opendatacube/datacube-core

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