Sharing Content to ArcGIS Enterprise
Bring your enterprise GIS portal to life.
Web maps, apps, and other authoritative GIS resources are the lifeblood of an ArcGIS Enterprise portal website. This course covers key workflows and best practices to add resources to your portal and make them easily accessible. Get the information you need to efficiently share a variety of resources that support operational workflows, collaboration within and across business lines, and the ability of portal users to infuse their projects with location-based insight.
Please note: If you have previously attended Sharing GIS Content using ArcGIS then we do not recommend you attend this course as the content is similar.
Completion of An Introduction to ArcGIS Pro for GIS Professionals or Migrating from ArcMap to ArcGIS Pro or equivalent knowledge.
Introduction to ArcGIS Enterprise. The ArcGIS geoinformation model; Identifying ArcGIS geoinformation model components; Base ArcGIS Enterprise deployment; Accessing portal content; Discovering a portal item’s details.
Adding items to the portal. Data storage for items created in the portal; Adding portal items that are supported by a service; Working with portal items and services; Improving the searchability of portal items; Modifying portal layers.
Sharing content in ArcGIS Enterprise. Sharing portal items; Considerations for creating a group; Configuring a shared update group; Using web apps to share content.
Sharing GIS resources using ArcGIS Pro. Accessing portal content in ArcGIS Pro; Fundamental sharing models; Comparing the sharing models; Making data accessible to ArcGIS Server.
Publishing workflow for ArcGIS-managed data. Benefits of ArcGIS-managed data; Data hosted by ArcGIS Data Store; Discover the settings for feature layer views; Data hosted by the hosting server; Identifying the data storage location.
Publishing workflow for user-managed data. Benefits of user-managed data; Registering data stores in ArcGIS Pro; Web layers that can reference a registered data store; User-managed versus ArcGIS-managed.
Understanding the performance of layers. Portal layer performance; Evaluating the performance of portal layers; Identifying the role of a map layer; Selecting the optimal role for a map layer.
Optimising basemap layers. Cached layers as basemaps; Creating optimised custom basemap layers; Types of portal layers that can function as basemaps, Working with vector tile layers.
Optimising operational layers. Optimisation techniques for operational layers; Identifying examples of operational layers.
Using optimised layers in a map. Identifying the components of a map; Publishing a web map.
Esri will provide the following software to use during class:
- ArcGIS Pro 2.8 (Standard or Advanced)
- ArcGIS Enterprise 10.8.1 (Standard or Advanced)