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Arc2Earth - ESRI NYC Dev Meetup
Arc2Earth - ESRI NYC Dev Meetup
Arc2Earth - ESRI NYC Dev Meetup
Arc2Earth - ESRI NYC Dev Meetup
Arc2Earth - ESRI NYC Dev Meetup
Arc2Earth - ESRI NYC Dev Meetup
Arc2Earth - ESRI NYC Dev Meetup
Arc2Earth - ESRI NYC Dev Meetup
Arc2Earth - ESRI NYC Dev Meetup
Arc2Earth - ESRI NYC Dev Meetup
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Arc2Earth - ESRI NYC Dev Meetup

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  • 1. Arc2EarthCloud
    Publishing to ArcGIS.com
  • 2. Arc2Earth V3
  • Arc2Earth Cloud - Why?
    • Single User or Small Groups
    • 11. No budget for web gis but still need to interact with community
    • 12. Get live data into ArcGIS.com!
    • 13. Inexpensive
    • 14. True utility billing, no cost for idle time
    • 15. Scalable
    • 16. Google AppEngine
    • 17. From 0 to 400 requests/second with zero config
    • 18. Easy
    • 19. Manage directly from ArcMap or browser
    • 20. No Servers or IT issues
    • 21. ArcMap, A2E and an internet connection
  • Arc2Earth Cloud – Why Not?
    • No dynamic map drawing
    • 22. Tile caches only
    • 23. No geoprocessing
    • 24. Simple spatial operations only
    • 25. No custom server extensions
    • 26. Use client side code instead
    • 27. Use ArcGIS Server for this!
    • 28. And use an A2E Cloud to frontend the firewalled AGS master
    • 29. Sync updates between them.
    • 30. Use A2E as an inexpensive, auto-scalable and searchable cache for public users
  • Arc2Earth Cloud Basics
    • Very Lightweight
    • 31. Nothing in memory
    • 32. Request handlers come and go quickly
    • 33. Tilesets
    • 34. Create map caches from your MXDs
    • 35. Datasources
    • 36. Vector data (points, lines, polygons)
    • 37. Search, edit, history and synchronize
    • 38. Spatial indexing optimized for AppEngine
    • 39. Maps
    • 40. Combine and style Tilesets and Datasources
    • 41. Appear as AGS MapServers and FeatureServers
  • Publish to ArcGIS.com – Step 1
    • Create Tilesets from your MXDs
    • 42. Copy directly to Cloud during export
    • 43. Can be used in ArcGIS.com, Google Maps, Bing etc
  • Publish to ArcGIS.com – Step 2
    • Upload Datasources
    • 44. Layers that can be searched and clicked on
    • 45. Enable editing for VGI data, synced back to ArcMap
  • Publish to ArcGIS.com – Step 3
    • Create Map and Save to ArcGIS.com
    • 46. Combine one Tileset and multiple Datasources
    • 47. Set labels, popup and feature templates for each DS
    • 48. Use ArcGIS.com account info to save online
  • Scale Quickly
    • Google AppEngine is magic!
    • 49. Auto scales based on current request load
    • 50. You do nothing
    A2E Cloud – 0 to 400 rps in 1.5 hours (poly/poly intersection)
  • 51. Thanks!
    • Free Arc2Earth Community Edition
    • 52. Download now at www.arc2earth.com
    • 53. Cloud Sandboxes coming soon!
    • 54. Visit us at the ESRI UC for demos
    • 55. Booth 632 (Zekiah Technologies)

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