ArcGIS Server Basics: Installation, Services and Tweaks for .NET
 
  ArcGIS Server provides an integrated solution for managing, disseminating and analysis of GIS data. ArcGIS Server’s tiered structure which includes three editions (basic, standard, and advanced) and two levels (workgroup and enterprise) allows users to tailor a solution to best meet their needs. This class, developed by Keck & Wood, Inc., teaches students the difference between the various ArcGIS server editions and levels along with the basics of installing ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Server architecture, and some tweaks to help improve performance. Students will also learn how to publish a website using out-of-the-box ArcGIS Server. In addition, this class will expose students to some lessons learned during some real world implementations and some suggestions on how to avoid those.
 
  Course Goals
 

After successfully completing this course you will have acquired the skills and knowledge needed to:

  • Explain the various editions and levels of ArcGIS Server
  • Understand the various components that makeup ArcGIS Server
  • Perform a basic installation of ArcGIS server
  • Create map services
  • Creating an ArcGIS Server website using out of the box tools
  • Tweaks to improve performance such as caching, optimized symbols and more
  Topics Covered
 
  • ArcGIS Server Architecture
  • ArcGIS Server Installation
  • Create map services and websites
  • Tweaks to improve performance
  • Lessons learned from real world implementations
  Prerequisites and Recommendations
  Students wishing to take this class should already have taken Introduction to ArcGIS I or ArcGIS Desktop II or have equivalent experience with ArcGIS software. Some experience with windows server and/or IIS is a plus.

  Instructor
  Issac Standard, MSc – Issac earned a Masters of Earth Science Degree for North Carolina State University in 2003. Since getting his degree he has worked in the GIS profession with most of his experience coming from working with City and County Government agencies. Issac is currently a GIS Manager for Fulton County Georgia overseeing the migration of County’s legacy open source based GIS to an Esri based platform. He has over 10 years of experience in the design, implementation, and management of enterprise GIS systems, GIS application development and GIS data collection projects. He is fluent in all commercial GIS software platforms, including Esri’s ArcGIS suite, as well as a broad spectrum of open source GIS technology. Issac is well versed in the IT infrastructure components needed to create an enterprise GIS such as server architecture, Relational Database Management Systems and application development platforms. As such he works with Microsoft Server, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Visual Studio, Visio, Adobe Flex, Java Script, ArcGIS Server, MySQL, and ArcObjects on a daily basis.
 
  Length of Course
  2 Days
November 7th & 8th
 
  Cost
  $560.00    Register Now
 
  Time
  8:30 - 4:30
 
  Location
  TBA

 

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