FME Server Raw to Cooked<br />Mark Stoakes<br />Manager, Professional Services<br />
Session Overview<br />Why FME Server?<br />Scenario Example<br />
Why FME Server?<br /><ul><li>Efficiently exchange data on demand across the widest range of formats.
FME Server software makes it possible for organizations to deliver up-to-date spatial data exactly how it’s needed. </li><...
Why FME Server?<br />How FME Server can meet your needs:<br />Data Distribution <br />Data Download Service<br />Live Data...
FME Server in Action!<br />Live Demo Arkansas GeoStor:<br />http://www.geostor.arkansas.gov/G6/Home.html<br />6<br />
How can we stream data?<br />Streaming Service Data to PDF<br />      Anyone can view a PDF file!fmepedia.com<br />
FME WorkbenchAuthor Workflows for FME Server<br />Use all the proven power of FME Workbench to  author workflows for FME S...
FME Server Works with FME Desktop <br />FME Desktop<br />Author and run spatial ETL tasks<br />FME Server<br />Run and sha...
Using FME Server<br />Typical steps for using FME Server are:<br />Author an FME workspace (Spatial ETL task) <br />Share ...
Author a Transformation Task<br />FME Workbench - graphical authoring environment<br />Step 1 Extract: Select and drag a s...
ShareTransformation Tasks<br />Publish workspaceto FME Server<br />Store the workspace in a central repository<br />Make y...
Run the TransformationTask<br />Run the Data Transformation Task from a web interface<br /><ul><li>Default FME Server web ...
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    1. 1. FME Server Raw to Cooked<br />Mark Stoakes<br />Manager, Professional Services<br />
    2. 2. Session Overview<br />Why FME Server?<br />Scenario Example<br />
    3. 3. Why FME Server?<br /><ul><li>Efficiently exchange data on demand across the widest range of formats.
    4. 4. FME Server software makes it possible for organizations to deliver up-to-date spatial data exactly how it’s needed. </li></li></ul><li>Why FME Server?<br />You need to distribute data and meta data access to your team, your manager, contractors, public etc. <br />More and more data is available live or updated constantly. You need to make this available to decision makers.<br />You need to load data from outside but you need to ensure it’s valid and matches your format and data model<br />You already process a lot of data through FME, perhaps nightly. You want to push this to a server.<br />4<br />
    5. 5. Why FME Server?<br />How FME Server can meet your needs:<br />Data Distribution <br />Data Download Service<br />Live Data Streams <br />Data Streaming Service<br />Upload and Validation<br />Data Upload Service<br />Centralize Data Transformation <br />Job Submitter Service<br />5<br />
    6. 6. FME Server in Action!<br />Live Demo Arkansas GeoStor:<br />http://www.geostor.arkansas.gov/G6/Home.html<br />6<br />
    7. 7. How can we stream data?<br />Streaming Service Data to PDF<br /> Anyone can view a PDF file!fmepedia.com<br />
    8. 8. FME WorkbenchAuthor Workflows for FME Server<br />Use all the proven power of FME Workbench to author workflows for FME Server<br />
    9. 9. FME Server Works with FME Desktop <br />FME Desktop<br />Author and run spatial ETL tasks<br />FME Server<br />Run and share <br />spatial ETL capabilities<br />9<br />
    10. 10. Using FME Server<br />Typical steps for using FME Server are:<br />Author an FME workspace (Spatial ETL task) <br />Share the Spatial ETL task in an FME Server repository<br />Run the Spatial ETL task from a web interface or equivalent<br />Maintain the Spatial ETL task by editing in FME Workbench<br />10<br />
    11. 11. Author a Transformation Task<br />FME Workbench - graphical authoring environment<br />Step 1 Extract: Select and drag a source dataset on to the workspace<br />Step 2 Transform: Adjust the way the data flows from its source to the destination <br />Step 3 Load: Load the transformed data into the destination<br />11<br />
    12. 12. ShareTransformation Tasks<br />Publish workspaceto FME Server<br />Store the workspace in a central repository<br />Make your FME workspaces available to others –over the web<br />Register the workspace with one or more services(Data Streaming, Data Download, etc.)<br />12<br />
    13. 13. Run the TransformationTask<br />Run the Data Transformation Task from a web interface<br /><ul><li>Default FME Server web pages
    14. 14. Custom web forms
    15. 15. WFS client applications</li></ul>13<br />
    16. 16. Maintain the Transformation Task<br />Maintain the Spatial ETL task by editing the FME Workspace<br />Download the workspace from the FME Server repository<br />Modify the workspace<br />Publish the workspace back to the repository<br />Step 3<br />Step 2<br />Step 1<br />14<br />
    17. 17. Scenario<br />Add new water lines to water distribution network. Validate the network<br /><ul><li>Roles:
    18. 18. GIS Analyst
    19. 19. CAD Contractor
    20. 20. CAD Contractor tasks
    21. 21. validate CAD data
    22. 22. upload clean CAD data
    23. 23. GIS Analyst tasks
    24. 24. validate network
    25. 25. maintain workspaces</li></li></ul><li>Ready to try FME Server?Resources<br />Website: www.safe.com/fmeserver<br />Demos (movies including installer)<br />Case studies, Whitepapers<br />fmePedia:<br />http://fmepedia.com/index.php/Category:FME_Server<br />Evaluate FME Server <br />Contact your Account Manager for download and license<br />
    26. 26. Thank You!<br />Questions?<br />For more information:<br />Mark Stoakes (mark.stoakes@safe.com)<br />Safe Software<br />FME User Central (http://www.safe.com/fmeusercentral)<br />fmePedia.com (http://www.fmepedia.com)<br />
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