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Create, Distribute, and Manage GIS Services

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  • 1. ArcGIS ® for Server Understanding our World
  • 2. ArcGIS for Server ®Create, Distribute, and Manage GIS ServicesYou can use ArcGIS® for Server to create services fromyour mapping and geographic information system(GIS) content, centrally administer those services, anddistribute them throughout your organization and onthe web. These services can be easily optimized for andintegrated with web, mobile, and desktop applications,as well as other services. Web Mapping ApplicationsTransform your end users’ capability to view and analyzeany kind of data from a geographic perspective. With ArcGIS for Server, you can • Publish fast, intuitive web maps tailored to your audience, dramatically strengthening your organization’s ability to understand and act on data. Develop, configure, and use rich, interactive • Geoenable your IT investments, shrinking service applications. and application redundancy, optimizing system configurations, and integrating mapping with other enterprise systems. • Centrally manage your geodata, providing better data security and integrity for your geographic ArcGIS for SharePoint information assets and consolidating geodata storage. • Simplify access to imagery, significantly reducing the cost of managing and disseminating large volumes of imagery. • Add GIS to your mobile workforce, increasing the accuracy and value of your field data collection and asset monitoring projects. Enable SharePoint ® users to visualize and analyze business data with maps.
  • 3. Support Many Types of ApplicationsArcGIS Online ArcGIS for MobileFind, share, organize, and use Deliver GIS capabilities and datamaps, apps, and other resources. to a variety of mobile devices. ArcGIS for Desktop ArcGIS for Server Author, optimize, and use online GIS content. ArcGIS Explorer DesktopArcGIS for AutoCAD Discover, share, and present geographic information.Provide AutoCAD users with access to GISservices.
  • 4. Connect People with GIS ServicesArcGIS for Server services simplify a variety of userexperiences for accessing and interacting withgeographic information. End users are provided withunparalleled tools to understand, question, interpret,and visualize data based on geography. As a result,they can make more informed decisions, improve GIS Professionalscommunication across business units and disciplines, GIS professionals use ArcGIS for Server to publish andincrease efficiency, and share knowledge with others. distribute the GIS content they create and manage, such as maps and geoprocessing models, across organization networks, to mobile devices, and on the open web. Mobile Workers Mobile workers use ArcGIS for Server to transfer information to and from the field; view and navigate mobile maps; monitor the location of assets; and collect, edit, and update GIS data.Mobile Workers Citizens Citizens use public-facing mapping applications to request information about services and status of projects and to contribute observations and experiences, improving community involvement and government transparency. Operational Managers Operational managers use browser-based dashboard applications to establish a comprehensive view of operations of the organization and gain situational awareness of events.IT Professionals
  • 5. IT Professionals DevelopersIT professionals use ArcGIS for Server to streamline Developers build and deploy rich, interactive mappingmanagement of web mapping services and applications, applications for the web using ArcGIS Web Mappingintegrate GIS with other enterprise systems, and centralize APIs. These APIs allow developers to easily connect withgeospatial data management. mapping, data, and analytic services from ArcGIS for Server and ArcGISSM Online. Knowledge Workers Knowledge workers use internal browser-based applications for proactive planning, to access authoritative mapping content and spatial data analytics, and to integrate mapping and spatial analysis into their normal workflows.
  • 6. Deploy on Multiple PlatformsArcGIS for Server is a flexible GIS server solution thatworks on all modern computing platforms. It can bedeployed on a single machine to support workgroups,or it can be distributed across multiple servers andintegrated with other enterprise applications. ArcGISfor Server also runs on cloud infrastructure. In the Cloud ArcGIS for Server in the cloud allows organizations to take advantage of virtually unlimited computing power for performing massively intense analysis and processing, supporting high-volume mapping applications, and developing new applications without impacting local infrastructure.Throughout the EnterpriseWhen ArcGIS for Server is integrated with otherenterprise applications and services, it forms acommon operating picture that spatially enablesmanager dashboards, as well as business analysis,asset management, and customer relationshipmanagement systems. On a Single Machine ArcGIS for Server on a single machine supports groups of professionals working on focused projects. It can also become the GIS data portal for the organization, manage and deliver large stores of imagery, or act as a portable GIS server for emergency management situations.
  • 7. ArcGIS for Server Delivers GIS Functionality over the Web Features Licensing Level Basic Standard Advanced Geodatabase Management—Support large, multiuser spatial datasets (IBM DB2 ® ® and Informix ®, Oracle ®, Microsoft ® SQL Server ®, and PostgreSQL).    Geodatabase Replication—Replicate and synchronize spatial datasets across networks and devices.    GIS Web Services—Deliver GIS services, including geodata, map, image, globe, Geodata KML, WMS, WCS, and WFS. service only   Web Mapping Applications—Create and support web, desktop, and mobile applications.   Web Editing—Query, draw, and edit map features and attributes over the web.   Geoprocessing—Automate spatial analysis and modeling tasks and services for web, desktop, and mobile applications.   Advanced Geoprocessing—Deliver additional data processing services made With optional available through ArcGIS for Server extensions. extensions only  ArcGIS for Windows Mobile Application/SDK—Provide configurable mobile apps for Windows ® Mobile devices plus .NET tools for building custom, small- footprint mobile applications.  1  2 Extensions Licensing Level Basic Standard Advanced 3D Analyst —Analyze spatial data from multiple observation points, model subsurface ™ features and atmospheric events, and visualize optimum facility placement. (Included with ArcGIS for Server Advanced)  Spatial Analyst—Derive new surfaces, predict likely outcomes, find suitable locations, and model alternatives using integrated raster-vector analysis. (Included with ArcGIS for Server Advanced)  Geostatistical Analyst—Share scientific models and surface exploration techniques, generate statistically valid surfaces, and make more precise predictions. (Included with ArcGIS for Server Advanced)  Network Analyst—Model realistic network conditions such as drive times, multipoint routing, service area definitions, optimum routes, and closest facility analysis. (Included with ArcGIS for Server Advanced) Optional  Image—Dynamically mosaic images, enable on-the-fly creation of multiple image products from a single source, and distribute large volumes of rasters to many types of Optional Optional client applications. Data Interoperability—Access and translate hundreds of data formats and employ Optional Optional spatial extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL) capabilities. (Windows only) (Windows only) Workflow Manager—Organize, centralize, and standardize GIS project workflows; Optional Optional maintain and track feature edits; track staffing; and manage time schedules and (Windows only) (Windows only) distributed workforces. Schematics—Simplify diagram management and sharing and generate, edit, and Optional distribute multiple diagrams from a single network resource. (Windows only)1 With ArcGIS for Server Standard Enterprise, users can license the use of ArcGIS for Windows Mobile through a pack of 50 deployments or runtimes. ArcGIS for Windows Mobile is not available in ArcGIS for Server Standard Workgroup. For more information, visit esri.com/arcgisserver.2 ArcGIS for Windows Mobile is included with ArcGIS for Server Advanced Enterprise. A customer with ArcGIS for Server Advanced Workgroup can license the use of ArcGIS for Windows Mobile through a pack of 50 deployments or runtimes.
  • 8. About Esri Our Focus Contact EsriSince 1969, Esri has been helping Esri software is used by hundreds 1 800 GIS XPRT (1 800 447 9778)organizations map and model our of thousands of organizations that t 909 793 2853world. Esri’s GIS software tools apply GIS to solve problems and f 909 793 5953and methodologies enable these make our world a better place to info@esri.comorganizations to effectively analyze live. We pay close attention to our esri.comand manage their geographic users to ensure they have the best Offices worldwideinformation and make better tools possible to accomplish their esri.com/locationsdecisions. They are supported by our missions. A comprehensive suite ofexperienced and knowledgeable staff training options offered worldwideand extensive network of business helps our users fully leverage theirpartners and international distributors. GIS applications.A full-service GIS company, Esri Esri is a socially conscious business,supports the implementation of GIS actively supporting organizationstechnology on desktops, servers, involved in education, conservation,online services, and mobile devices. sustainable development, andThese GIS solutions are flexible, humanitarian affairs.customizable, and easy to use. 380 New York Street Redlands, California 92373-8100 usaCopyright © 2011 Esri. All rights reserved. Esri, the Esri globe logo, 3D Analyst, ArcGIS, ArcEditor, ArcInfo, ArcMap, ArcToolbox, @esri.com, and esri.com are trademarks, registeredtrademarks, or service marks of Esri in the United States, the European Community, or certain other jurisdictions. Other companies and products mentioned herein may be trademarksor registered trademarks of their respective trademark owners.121729INLD30M6/11dh Printed in USA