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ArcGIS Enterprise: Administration Workflows


Essential concepts for enterprise administrators.

Master techniques to configure and maintain an ArcGIS Enterprise solution that meets your organisation’s business needs. You will learn about ArcGIS Enterprise architecture, server licensing roles and extensions, and the capabilities that support common GIS patterns of use. Best practices to manage servers, data, and services while ensuring system performance over time are covered.

An integral part of applying for and maintaining Chartered Geographer accreditation. Attendance of this course will provide the attendee with 15 CPD points. Click here to find out more

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3 Days
Apply best practices to configure GIS resources and services
Maintain system performance using workload separation and other best practices.
Configure distributed collaboration between multiple ArcGIS Enterprise portals.
Use ArcGIS Notebooks and ArcGIS API for Python to automate common administrative functions.

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22nd April 2024 – 24th April 2024, 17th June 2024 – 19th June 2024, 20th August 2024 – 22nd August 2024, 15th October 2024 – 17th October 2024, 9th December 2024 – 11th December 2024

  • Business needs and ArcGIS Enterprise solutions: Mapping needs to a system deployment, architecting the ArcGIS Platform: best practices, common GIS use patterns, understanding infrastructure, expanding capabilities, using the ArcGIS Enterprise functionality matrix, business needs and ArcGIS Server licensing roles.
  • Adding capability through federation: Base ArcGIS Enterprise deployment, federating additional server sites, considerations for federating additional server sites.
  • Ensuring resilient scaling through distributed computing: High availability, workload separation, workload separation by server capability, optimising your deployment, ArcGIS Monitor.
  • Web service fundamentals: Service fundamentals, comparing services and web layers, User-managed and ArcGIS-managed data.
  • User-managed data: Types of user-managed data, referencing registered data, Branch versioning.
  • Optimising services that reference user-managed data: When to use shared services, exploring service instances, troubleshooting common service performance issues, reviewing ArcGIS Server logs.
  • ArcGIS-managed data: ArcGIS Data Store functions and types, hosted and non-hosted services, ArcGIS Date Store command utilities, ArcGIS Data Store backups.
  • Optimising services that use ArcGIS-managed data: Services that use or interact with ArcGIS-managed data, optimising hosted feature services, distributed data enabling distributed analysis.
  • The spatiotemporal big data store: Understanding the spatiotemporal big data store, ArcGIS Enterprise and the spatiotemporal big data store, how the spatiotemporal big data store relates to other ArcGIS Enterprise components.
  • Configuring a real-time analysis solution: Real-time data, working with real-time data, what is a geoevent, configuring real-time analytics, build a GeoEvent service in GeoEvent Manager.
  • Distributed collaboration: Patterns of distributed collaboration, sharing content in a collaboration, creating and managing a distributed collaboration.
  • Automating ArcGIS Enterprise: Automation strategies, configuring webhooks, using the ArcGIS API for Python to automate workflows, automating notebook execution

Completion of ArcGIS Enterprise: Configuring a Base Deployment or equivalent knowledge.

Esri UK & Ireland will provide the following software to use during class:

ArcGIS Pro 3.1 (Standard)
ArcGIS Enterprise 11.1 (Standard)
ArcGIS GeoEvent Server
ArcGIS Image Server
ArcGIS Notebook Server

“A well-presented and well compiled training course…I feel empowered!!” James, SRK Consulting

“The course was amazing! It provided me a complete overview about all the aspect of ArcGIS Enterprise administration and now I have the essential knowledge to support my organization in the implementation of best practices/new functionalities and eventually re-consider the GIS architecture to optimize our GIS Platform performances. Thanks!” Carlo, Rainforest Alliance