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Distributing Data Using Geodatabase Replication – ArcGIS Pro

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Extend access to GIS data

This course teaches best practices to plan and implement geodatabase replication to support enterprise editing workflows and data-sharing initiatives. Learn how to protect the integrity and performance of your production database as data is collected and updated to reflect real-world conditions.

2 Days
Who is this course for?
GIS Technical Leads
GIS Database Designers
Database Administrators
Determine the number and type of replicas needed to support your organization’s GIS workflows and applications.
Plan an efficient synchronization strategy for replicated data.
Manage schema changes between replicas.
Publish replicated data as a hosted feature layer and share it using a web app to support field data collection and editing.

Experience with enterprise geodatabases and versioned data is required. Completion of ArcGIS Pro Basics and Getting Started with Geoprocessing or equivalent knowledge is also required.

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

  • ArcGIS Pro 2.x (Standard or Advanced)
  • ArcGIS Enterprise 10.8.1 (Standard or Advanced)
  • PostgreSQL 11.3

Defining geodatabase replication What is replication? Purpose of replication, Why use geodatabase replication? Defining a replica pair, Three types of replication

Two-way replication Two-way replication Data preparation requirements, Creating a two-way replica, Synchronizing a two-way replica, Permission basics, Resolving conflicts automatically while synchronizing, Managing replicas

One-way replication Lesson introduction One-way replication. Why use one-way replication? How does one-way replication work? Data preparation requirements, Overview of archiving, One-way options, Simple vs. full feature model

Checkout/check-in replication Checkout/check-in replication, Data preparation, Checkout/check-in replication use cases, Checkout/check-in replication workflow

Managing schema changes Handling schema change, Considerations for schema changes

Implications of replication workflows Replica logs, Achieving an effective compress, One-way archiving option

Using replication within ArcGIS EnterpriseArcGIS Enterprise, ArcGIS Enterprise clients, User-managed and ArcGIS-managed data, Sharing user-managed and ArcGIS-managed data