Tag: ArcGIS Enterprise
I asked Jay Theodore, ArcGIS Enterprise CTO, to share the platform vision for the enterprise. He wanted to highlight three key themes for our latest release: ArcGIS Enterprise 10.5 is a full-featured mapping and analytics platform for organizing and sharing your … Continue reading
Smart mapping has the capability to create a map based on spatial density, without needing to run extra analysis tools. It’s a valuable method to display your data in new ways and potentially make discoveries that otherwise may have been … Continue reading
Smart mapping allows you to choose two attributes, and show them both within the same map. This is a valuable trick which can showcase your data in new ways, and also display relationships and patterns you might not have seen otherwise. This guide shows examples and steps for getting started with this mapping technique. To follow the detailed version of this guide interactively, visit this story map. Continue reading
The Insights team has been on the fast track delivering updates in an orchestrated yet accelerated effort. The much-anticipated introduction of Insights for ArcGIS version 1.0 was just released on December 15th, and now a mere 6 weeks later, Insights … Continue reading
[Source: Survey123 for ArcGIS Blog in GeoNet] . We are pleased to share with you our 11th update in 2016, and the last one for this year. In this occasion we dedicate the release to the International Human Solidarity Day, … Continue reading
ArcGIS 10.5 is a big release; arguably one of our biggest. In fact, we’ve introduced new server capabilities so big they inspired us to change the name of the whole ArcGIS for Server product family. Analytics and sharing are at … Continue reading
The Build Elevation Mosaic Tools toolbox (version 10.2.2.1) (version 1.0.2) is now available for download for ArcGIS 10.2.2. It contains tools to help you manage your elevation data as mosaic datasets. Why build elevation mosaic datasets? Building mosaic dataset makes it simple … Continue reading
The ArcGIS Team is excited to announce that the Tech Preview ArcGIS for Azure Starter Package is now available for download. This package includes step-by-step documentation and scripts to help you quickly deploy ArcGIS 10.2.2 for Server on the Microsoft Azure Cloud. Read more about our product roadmap and Azure support on the User Conference Q & A.
The package consists of a set of workflow driven scripts (using Windows PowerShell) that you can use to create VM Images, deploy working sites, and optionally register an enterprise geodatabase in Microsoft Azure SQL Database as ArcGIS Server’s managed database. Future updates will be provided that add functionality to automate user workflows in the area of security, multi-node deployment, and auto-scalable configurations, among others.
We look forward to your feedback and learning about your experiences with the software. You can provide feedback in the blog comments section or the “ArcGIS for Azure” workspace on ideas.arcgis.com.
A Web Map Service (WMS) is a standard protocol for serving georeferenced map images over the Internet that are generated by a map server using data from a GIS database. The first version of the specification was released in 1999. The … Continue reading
This post explains how you can use the power of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) to create tiled map caches for use with ArcGIS Server. To provide some quick background: Map caching is a way you can speed up web … Continue reading