Datacube Web Map Service
- Free software: Apache Software License 2.0
- Documentation: https://datacube-ows.readthedocs.io.
- Leverages the power of the Open Data Cube, including support for COGs on S3.
- Supports WMS and WMTS.
- Experimental support for WCS.
Note on Naming
This project originally supported WMS only and was known as "datacube_wms".
There are still a number of file and object names in the codebase that include the substring "wms" although they are actually more general. These names will be updated to "ows" as time permits.
Follow datacube installation instructions
- Make sure you are using the conda-forge channel.
Run the following commands:
conda config --prepend channels conda-forge conda update --all
Clone the repo public repository into your desired destination using git clone git://github.com/opendatacube/datacube-ows
Datacube OWS requires the scikit-image package: conda install scikit-image
Run python update_ranges.py --role *datacube_user_role* --schema to create schema and tables used by datacube-ows.
Edit datacube_ows/wms_cfg.py as required (See datacube_ows/wms_cfg_example.py for examples). If you are using git, you should either create a branch first, or use datacube_ows/wms_cfg_local.py instead. (If it exists, wms_cfg_local.py is read in preference to wms_cfg.py, but is explicitly ignored by git.)
Run python update_ranges.py -- product *product_name* --no-calculate-extent (in the Datacube Conda environment). This script will need to be re-run every time additional datasets are added to the Datacube.
If you are accessing data on AWS S3 and running datacube_ows on Ubuntu you may encounter errors with GetMap similar to: Unexpected server error: '/vsis3/bucket/path/image.tif' not recognized as a supported file format.. If this occurs run the following commands:
mkdir -p /etc/pki/tls/certs ln -s /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt /etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt
Launch flask app using your favorite WSGI server. The following approaches have been tested:
Flask Dev Server
cd to the directory containing this README file.
Set the FLASK_APP environment variable:
Run the Flask dev server:
If you want the dev server to listen to external requests (i.e. requests from other computers), use the --host option:
flask run --host=0.0.0.0
Getting mod_wsgi to work with a Conda virtual environment is not trivial. The following steps worked for me, but will not support connecting your web server to multiple web apps using different virtual environments.
Uninstall any previously installed mod_wsgi packages
(From the Datacube Conda environment) install mod_wsgi with pip. Take note of the name of the resulting module which is given to you at the end of the install process, you will need it later:
pip install mod_wsgi
Find the full path of mod_wsgi-express with which mod_wsgi-express
Install mod_wsgi into Apache:
sudo /full/path/to/installed/mod_wsgi-express install-module
Ensure the following lines appear somewhere in your Apache2 config (Note they must appear in the "root" of the config, they cannot appear inside a VirtualHost section):
LoadModule wsgi_module /full/path/to/wsgi/module.so WSGIPythonHome /path/to/your/conda/cubeenv
Add the following to your Apache config (inside the appropriate VirtualHost section):
WSGIDaemonProcess datacube_ows processes=20 threads=1 user=uuu group=ggg maximum-requests=10000 WSGIScriptAlias /datacube_ows /path/to/source_code/datacube-ows/datacube_wms/wsgi.py <Location /datacube_ows> WSGIProcessGroup datacube_ows </Location> <Directory /path/to/source_code/datacube-ows/datacube_wms> <Files wsgi.py> AllowOverride None Require all granted </Files> </Directory>
Note that uuu and ggg above are the user and group of the owner of the Conda virtual environment.
Edit datacube_wms/wsgi.py to suit your system.
Update the url in service_cfg in datacube_wms/wms_cfg.py.
To run this image, use something like:
docker run \ --rm \ opendatacube/wms \ gunicorn -b '0.0.0.0:8000' -w 5 --timeout 300 datacube_wms:wms
The image comes with the standard ODC installed, including the entrypoint that sets the config from the environment.
Additionally, the image includes another flag that can be used to grab a config file from a URL: