Introducion to ArcGIS for Server

With this course you will learn the necessary skills to share your GIS content on the web or throughout all the organization. You will learn the workflow for publishing maps, images, geoprocessing models and item templates for use in Web applications that support visualization, analysis and editing of GIS resources.

Topics

  • Overview ArcGIS for Server
  • Design of the map services
  • Creation of dynamic map services
  • Creation of cached map services
  • Use of GIS services for visualization
  • Use of GIS services for analysis
  • Use of GIS services for spatial data editing
  • GIS data services in the Web

Prerequisites

The course is designed for GIS analysts and specialists and other experienced ArcGIS for Desktop users who want to share their GIS content in a Web mapping application. Also, for developers who need to understand the functionality of ArcGIS for Server to incorporate GIS services in their custom applications. Users should have taken ArcGIS II: Tools and Functionality or have equivalent knowledge.

Those who complete the course will be able to:

  • Create and publish dynamic and cached map services
  • Design and generate a map cache to maximize service performance
  • Configure a geoprocessing model and publish it as a service
  • Publish an image service from a mosaic to visualize changes over time
  • Publish a Feature Service to allow edition from a web application
  • Extending a Web mapping application using the sample code and the ArcGIS API for javascript

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