Tag: ArcGIS Server
ArcGIS 10.2.2 is now available for download from the Esri Customer Care site. For the most part 10.2.2 is about bug fixes. The complete list of issues addressed can be found here. If you plan on upgrading your 10.2 or 10.2.1 ArcGIS Server site to 10.2.2, please read the Continue reading
Posted on behalf of and authored by Graham Stickler, Senior Director Global Marketing, exactEarth Ltd. We are delighted at exactEarth to see Esri’s efforts to advance the management and use of streaming data feeds into the GIS environment, which traditionally … Continue reading
The Collector team is hard at work integrating support for disconnected editing into our next release of Collector for ArcGIS (v10.2.2) in March. This is a big update for us and we thought it would be a good idea to start blogging now about what is coming. We will be publishing a series of articles between now and release so keep checking in! Let’s start with the experience for taking a map offline… Continue reading
Maybe you’ve heard, there’s a new extension for ArcGIS for Server Standard and Advanced available at ArcGIS 10.2. It’s called ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor for Server and it expands the capabilities of ArcGIS allowing you to Continue reading
Over the course of this past week we started rolling out updates to the Collector for ArcGIS app and now the Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS as well. The Apps team is happy to announce that these updates are now live and ready for you to start to use!
Recently, templates have been added to the ArcGIS help that you can use to launch ArcGIS Server instances on Amazon Web Services (AWS) using AWS CloudFormation.
AWS CloudFormation lets you deploy and provision instances with the hardware infrastructure and resources you specify in a template. The ArcGIS Server templates allow you to deploy and provision multiple, identical ArcGIS Server instances fronted by an Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) in Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2) or Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). This sort of architecture, with redundant ArcGIS Server instances accessed through an ELB, is referred to as a siloed architecture, because each ArcGIS Server instance is not dependent on any of the other ArcGIS Server instances. If one of the ArcGIS Server instances goes down, the ELB can connect to one of the other instances with little to no down-time, making it ideal for users who require high-availability with redundancy.
Sharing information with the public in a map form on the hazards they face is a great way to help increase preparedness. We are proud to announce the release of the My Hazard Information application as a part of our … Continue reading
Another User Conference and National Security Summit (which was formally known as the Homeland Security Summit) has come and gone. It was great to see many of you again and also meet so many new folks. There was a tremendous … Continue reading