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ArcGIS Server provides a backbone for web maps and applications. Users can publish data from shapefiles, files, and enterprise geodatabases to allow for customized display and access in web maps and applications.

ArcGIS provides a scalable framework for implementing GIS solutions for a single user or many users on desktops, in servers, over the web, and in the field.This course will instruct viewers how to deploy ArcGIS Server, publish and consume services via ArcGIS and third-party platforms. It starts with optimizing and monitoring the services. After that, you'll learn how to configure a secure environment and control who has access to your services. In the third section, you'll understand how to automate common server administration and data management tasks using the ArcGIS REST API, ArcPy and command line utilities. in the last section of this course, address some common issues that arise with installing and administering your server and publishing your services.

This series instructs viewers how to maintain, troubleshoot, and fine-tune your ArcGIS Server and services and automate server management tasks.

Style and Approach

This course instructs viewers how to maintain, troubleshoot, and fine-tune your ArcGIS Server and services and automate server management tasks.

Publication date:
October 2017
Publisher
Packt
Duration
1 hour 24 minutes
ISBN
9781788399814

About the Author

  • Steph Nelson

    Steph Nelson is the Data Analytics and Strategy Manager at SFMTA and has architected, configured and currently maintains their ArcSDE enterprise geodatabase (Oracle DBMS) and ArcGIS Server map and feature services. She has 10 years of experience delivering customized GIS solutions and previously authored a GIS video course for Planetizen. Her skills from prior experience as a trainer and educator will serve her well as she designs and delivers curriculum for Mastering ArcGIS Server Administration courses.

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