About this video
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.
In the first section of this course, viewers will learn how to publish dynamic and cached map services, an editable feature service, a feature service with a related table, a WMS and WFS, and a KML service. In the second section of this course, viewers will learn how to access and view services via the ArcGIS REST services directory, Server Manager, and ArcCatalog. In the last section of this course, viewers will learn how to use other mapping APIs to add ArcGIS REST services to a web map.
Viewers will be able to publish a variety of service types to ArcGIS Server and add them to web maps using both the ArcGIS platform and third-party APIs.
Style and Approach
This course will instruct viewers in how to deploy ArcGIS Server, and publish and consume services via ArcGIS and third-party platforms. It follows the first course, which gives an overview of what ArcGIS Server is; what services you can publish and what you can do with them; the data hardware and software prerequisites for deploying Server; and how to design the architecture of ArcGIS for Server to meet your organization's requirements.
- Publication date:
- September 2017
- 1 hour 21 minutes