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Arc2Earth - ESRI NYC Dev Meetup

  1. 1. Arc2EarthCloud<br />Publishing to ArcGIS.com<br />
  2. 2. Arc2Earth V3<br /><ul><li>Desktop
  3. 3. Export KML
  4. 4. Import KML
  5. 5. Create Map Tiles
  6. 6. Cloud
  7. 7. Google AppEngine
  8. 8. AGS 10.0 REST api
  9. 9. Store, Search, Edit
  10. 10. Inexpensive!</li></li></ul><li>Arc2Earth Cloud - Why?<br /><ul><li>Single User or Small Groups
  11. 11. No budget for web gis but still need to interact with community
  12. 12. Get live data into ArcGIS.com!
  13. 13. Inexpensive
  14. 14. True utility billing, no cost for idle time
  15. 15. Scalable
  16. 16. Google AppEngine
  17. 17. From 0 to 400 requests/second with zero config
  18. 18. Easy
  19. 19. Manage directly from ArcMap or browser
  20. 20. No Servers or IT issues
  21. 21. ArcMap, A2E and an internet connection</li></li></ul><li>Arc2Earth Cloud – Why Not?<br /><ul><li> No dynamic map drawing
  22. 22. Tile caches only
  23. 23. No geoprocessing
  24. 24. Simple spatial operations only
  25. 25. No custom server extensions
  26. 26. Use client side code instead
  27. 27. Use ArcGIS Server for this!
  28. 28. And use an A2E Cloud to frontend the firewalled AGS master
  29. 29. Sync updates between them.
  30. 30. Use A2E as an inexpensive, auto-scalable and searchable cache for public users</li></li></ul><li>Arc2Earth Cloud Basics<br /><ul><li> Very Lightweight
  31. 31. Nothing in memory
  32. 32. Request handlers come and go quickly
  33. 33. Tilesets
  34. 34. Create map caches from your MXDs
  35. 35. Datasources
  36. 36. Vector data (points, lines, polygons)
  37. 37. Search, edit, history and synchronize
  38. 38. Spatial indexing optimized for AppEngine
  39. 39. Maps
  40. 40. Combine and style Tilesets and Datasources
  41. 41. Appear as AGS MapServers and FeatureServers</li></li></ul><li>Publish to ArcGIS.com – Step 1<br /><ul><li>Create Tilesets from your MXDs
  42. 42. Copy directly to Cloud during export
  43. 43. Can be used in ArcGIS.com, Google Maps, Bing etc</li></li></ul><li>Publish to ArcGIS.com – Step 2<br /><ul><li>Upload Datasources
  44. 44. Layers that can be searched and clicked on
  45. 45. Enable editing for VGI data, synced back to ArcMap</li></li></ul><li>Publish to ArcGIS.com – Step 3<br /><ul><li>Create Map and Save to ArcGIS.com
  46. 46. Combine one Tileset and multiple Datasources
  47. 47. Set labels, popup and feature templates for each DS
  48. 48. Use ArcGIS.com account info to save online</li></li></ul><li>Scale Quickly<br /><ul><li> Google AppEngine is magic!
  49. 49. Auto scales based on current request load
  50. 50. You do nothing</li></ul>A2E Cloud – 0 to 400 rps in 1.5 hours (poly/poly intersection)<br />
  51. 51. Thanks!<br /><ul><li> Free Arc2Earth Community Edition
  52. 52. Download now at www.arc2earth.com
  53. 53. Cloud Sandboxes coming soon!
  54. 54. Visit us at the ESRI UC for demos
  55. 55. Booth 632 (Zekiah Technologies)</li>

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