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GIS and the Cloud. Presented at the MISA 2012 conference, Harrison Hot Springs, B.C., Canada.

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  • The point of this slide is to provide some context for the talk you’re about to give. It’s important that we position individual products as belonging to a larger system that, when deployed in its entirety, adds significant value to customers’ organizations.ArcGIS is a complete system made up of several complementary products. Together these products deliver a comprehensive GIS system that allows an organization to manage all aspects of their maps and geographic information. ArcGIS enables you to create, manage, analyze and share useful maps and information products across your organization and community of users, from GIS professionals to public users. ArcGIS can be deployed in a number of different ways leveraging a combination of local, on premises, and hosted deployment patterns. Users of the system can access their maps and geographic information from many different clients, including desktop GIS, web browsers, mobile devices/smart phones, and other enterprise business systems, such as Microsoft Office, and Business Intelligence systems. In this talk, I’m going to focus on one aspect of ArcGIS…
  • As GIS professionals and users you … - create and use custom applications, maps and spatial data - spatial analysis to provide insight - complete and participate in very complex and intelligent projectsArcGIS Online builds on that work – it’s an open map authoring and collaboration suite - it’s a new pattern, based on the web, that expands and extends the value of your GIS - with AGO you have access to simple tools for anyone to make a map, organize content and share – even outside your org if you want - A compliment and extension to your work with desktop and server giving you new ways to do important work and extend GIS to other people within the organization
  • The fundamental idea here is that an intelligent web map provides a new medium for communicating and sharing your map information. So being able to aggregate those different sources like <Nate> was just showing from GIS servers or other pieces of information like we showed with CSVs and shapefiles. It's the idea of being able to support a fully functional map. That fully functional map is now rendered on the device itself. So you specify it once. Devices just know how to read it independent of the device. So your map should look the same no matter where you display it. Our whole mission is to allow you to author literally one map and have that same map have complete fidelity between the different devices. Does that make sense? Okay.
  • Maps per Month: over 1.3 billion served (over 50% annual growth for past few years)Maps per Day: over 60 million on weekdaysSize of Map Data: over 50 TB (refreshed regularly)Projected Size of Map Data in 2013: over 200 TB (substantial growth in imagery) ArcGIS.com Named Users: over 125,000ArcGIS.com Items: over 350,000
  • Maps per Month: over 1.3 billion served (over 50% annual growth for past few years)Maps per Day: over 60 million on weekdaysSize of Map Data: over 50 TB (refreshed regularly)Projected Size of Map Data in 2013: over 200 TB (substantial growth in imagery) ArcGIS.com Named Users: over 125,000ArcGIS.com Items: over 350,000
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  • GIS and the Cloud

    1. 1. A new paradigm for managing municipal spatial information
    2. 2. GIS increases in value with availability Delivering GIS to more users and communities adds value
    3. 3. Who needs geographic information? Geographic Information Consumers Knowledge Workers GIS Analysts View Navigate Print Ad-hoc Exploration Add data Integrate Interrogate Present Data creation Data management Author maps, layers, tools Publish maps, layers, tools Analysis ArcGIS GIS serves broad audiences, needs, and workflows
    4. 4. In the beginning…
    5. 5. Information access has been transformed
    6. 6. Many factors have converged Changing the way we use, share, and make maps • Evolving hardware and platforms • Organizations and needs • Data models, templates • Internet, Web • Standards • Social Media • Mobile devices • Cloud • …. Enabling integration and participation
    7. 7. GIS has evolved to support new patterns As technology and organizations evolve Enterprise Desktop Server Pervasive Federated Cloud / Web GIS Desktop Individuals Workgroups Mobile Devices Web Organizations emerging Making GIS and geographic knowledge easier, open, and available
    8. 8. ArcGIS is a complete platform For managing and working with geographic information • Online • Server • Desktop • Mobile/devices • Cloud Web Enterprise Content Mobile Desktop Desktop Many deployment options – In the cloud and on-premises
    9. 9. ArcGIS Online A cloud-based content management system • Store, manage maps, apps, data securely • Create maps and apps • Publish and share • Collaborate
    10. 10. ArcGIS Online is a new GIS pattern An cloud platform for delivery maps and geographic information Cloud / Web Desktops/Servers Enterprise Integrating traditional GIS patterns with new patterns
    11. 11. ArcGIS online integrates geospatial information Leveraging the cloud and standards Maps Spreadsheets Social Media Big Data Services Sensor Networks DBMS Imagery
    12. 12. Intelligent web maps support information delivery Can be used anywhere, on any device Configurable Apps Smartphones Any Device Tablets Websites & Blogs Desktop One Map ArcGIS Online Viewers Empowers users and customers with easy-to-use web-enabled content
    13. 13. Authoritative content Basemaps Reference layers Demographic Templates The foundation and building blocks for making maps and apps
    14. 14. Community maps program Topographic Imagery Streets The foundation and building blocks for making maps and apps
    15. 15. Cloud Services No additional software, hardware Features and tiles Elastic, reliable, secure Publish directly from your desktop or the Web
    16. 16. Easily add your data Open, standards-based Files or services Configure pop-ups Enable editing
    17. 17. Mapping applications Ready-to-use Configurable Custom (APIs) Any platform (mobile, web, tablet) Use by anyone, anywhere, on any device
    18. 18. Microsoft Office integration Drag and drop spreadsheets Make and use maps in Excel Use maps in PowerPoint Contribute Enable GIS and self-service mapping for your organization
    19. 19. Microsoft Office integration
    20. 20. Management tools User roles and assets Sharing and groups Monitoring Access and security
    21. 21. Security and ownership Secure design principles (app, network, facilities, ops) Certified cloud infrastructure Secure user authentication You retain ownership Configurable application security On-premises options for advanced security
    22. 22. Supports key patterns
    23. 23. Organization Cloud
    24. 24. Organization Cloud ArcGIS.com Public Access
    25. 25. Organization Cloud Portal for ArcGIS On-premises ArcGIS.com Firewall Public Access
    26. 26. Organization Cloud Portal for ArcGIS On-premises ArcGIS.com Firewall Public Access
    27. 27. ArcGIS Online Demonstration

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