Published on February 24, 2014
Technical Workshop Derek Law, Product Management Esri – Redlands, CA Feb 5, 2014
Agenda • What’s New in ArcGIS Server 10.2.x • 2 new Server extensions - ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor for Server - Portal for ArcGIS • Road ahead • Summary
ArcGIS Server Powerful GIS capabilities Delivered as Web services To help real people solve real problems
Map cache status Windows and Linux friendly Simplified architecture 64 bit Performance Improvements Administration REST API New publishing workflows High Quality Print Service 10.1 was a big change to ArcGIS Server
New Quality Release: • • Issues fixed More support for databases Real time GIS (GeoEvent Processor) Enhanced security • • Better administration • Capabilities Enables Web GIS on premises (Portal for ArcGIS) • Builds a human-friendly interface on top of your server • Self-Service mapping • Supports new applications 10.2.x is an incremental update to 10.1
Better administration • ArcGIS Server Manager improvements - Discover data sources used by your services - Sharing services with an ArcGIS organization - • Disable copying of data when publishing new services Search functionality on services Command-line utilities - Backup and restore your ArcGIS Server site X Publishing: block data copy Administrative tools Backup and Restore
Better database support • Direct database read-write capabilities • Query layer support for Netezza and Teradata (read-only) • OLE-DB support Extend support for databases (not GDB)
Better integration for Windows Active Directory • Complete support for Windows Integrated Authentication - • Supports Public and Private services with Web Tier authentication - • SSO for using and administering ArcGIS Server services Before only supported with token based authentication Support for Windows Active Directory forests and nested groups Enhanced security Domain forests & nested groups
Support for PKI • Public Key Infrastructure • Single Sign On • Requires ArcGIS Web Adaptor
New Server Extensions • Support for real-time GIS processing - • ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor for Server Apply filters, geo-fencing, and analytics Enabling Web GIS on premises - Portal for ArcGIS - Map-centric content management system - COTS product at 10.2 Input, process, & display data streams
ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor for Server • Receives real-time streaming data • Performs continuous processing and analysis • Sends updates and alerts Real-Time Data Applications ArcGIS Server GeoEvent Processor Features Alerts Mobile Desktop Web Runtime im ws:// Continuous Processing and Analysis Connectors Connectors
Receiving real-time data Input connectors • You can easily integrate real-time data with ArcGIS by using a connector that meets your needs. ArcGIS for Server GeoEvent Processor Real-time data Receive from a Socket Receive Tweets ws:// Receive Instagram http:// Receive on a REST Endpoint Receive from a Web Socket Receive Air Traffic Control Receive Trimble Receive RSS CoT Receive Cursor-on-Target Receive Sierra Wireless Watch a folder for new Files VMF Receive VMF NMEA Receive NMEA GPX Receive GPX Poll an ArcGIS Server Geo Message http:// Poll an external website You can add your own connectors. Receive Geomessages Receive Vessels
Sending real-time data Output connectors • You can easily send resulting streams to those who need it where they need it using a connector. ArcGIS for Server Mobile Desktop Web Runtime GeoEvent Processor im Real-time data ws:// Update a Feature Add a Feature Send to Tracking Analyst You can add your own connectors Send to RabbitMQ Send an email Send to ActiveMQ Send an Instant Message Send to HornetQ Send a Text Message Write to Hadoop Publish to REST Endpoint im Send a Tweet Write to MongoDB ws:// Send to a Web Socket Send to a Socket Write to a File Send to CESIUM
Real time GIS Is useful across many different industries
The Web GIS Pattern Enabling GIS Everywhere Desktop Web Device Simple Integrated Open portal Server Online Content and Services Available in the Cloud . . . . . . and On-Premises
Portal for ArcGIS New Extension to ArcGIS 10.2.x for Server Advanced Portal Server . . . Implements Web GIS on premises
Portal for ArcGIS The on premises option • Map-centric content management system for your GIS assets • Solution when - • Additional security demands No public cloud option Allows for - Enterprise integration (e.g. security) - More extensive customization
Portal for ArcGIS Is it right for me? • Typical reasons for choosing Portal for ArcGIS - Have strict SLAs and governance - • Have no internet/www connection Not ready for the cloud yet Typical reasons for choosing ArcGIS Online - Lower overall cost (faster start, less admin costs) - Continuous updates and improvements - Elasticity A
Portal for ArcGIS Themes • Empower people to use and create maps • Organize your maps and apps … enable discovery • More apps … maps everywhere Collector for ArcGIS Esri Maps for Office Esri Maps for SharePoint Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS Web Application Templates
Client Applications & Browsers Private Network Web Server Web Adaptor for ArcGIS Portal for ArcGIS ArcGIS for Server Website Web Applications Portal Services API Repository GIS Services A
Client Applications & Browsers Private Network One Machine Web Server Web Adaptor for ArcGIS Portal for ArcGIS ArcGIS for Server Website Web Applications Portal Services API Repository GIS Services A
Client Applications & Browsers Private Network Machine Machine Web Server Web Server Web Adaptor for ArcGIS Web Adaptor for ArcGIS Portal for ArcGIS ArcGIS for Server Website Web Applications Portal Services API Repository GIS Services A
Security in Portal for ArcGIS • Authentication - Supports Web Tier authentication - - • Can provide SSO (e.g. IWA, PKI) Supports SSO to your ArcGIS Servers Users, Groups, and Roles Users • Built-in • Enterprise (LDAP, AD) Groups • Built-in Roles • • • • Anonymous User Publisher Administrator
Leverage Groups in Portal Organize Groups by: • Theme or initiative - • Functional department/structure - • Based on organization’s business units Projects - • Common and supportive content Based on specific projects/tasks Ad-hoc - Prototyping, non-permanent/temp projects, staging
Configure Portal homepage Name Background image Banner Logo Featured content Item 1 Description Item 2 Item 3 Item 4
Basemaps & Utility Services Utility services • Important part of Portal’s resources • Can be hosted: - Online (by Esri) - On-premises (by you) - Combination Basemaps
Portal + ArcGIS for Server Portal w/ registered services (available at 10.1) 1. - Managed and secures via Server Portal w/ registered and federated services 2. - Managed via Server, secured with Portal (SSO with Portal) Portal w/ registered, federated, and hosted services 3. - Managed and secured via Portal (Managed GDB)
Implementation Patterns Portal for ArcGIS + ArcGIS for Server Portal for ArcGIS Item A Registered web service ArcGIS Server site 1 Item B Federated Server ArcGIS Server site 2 Item C Hosted Server ArcGIS Server site 3 Identity Store Managed GDB data store A
Road ahead ArcGIS for Server & Portal for ArcGIS (subject to change) • 10.2.2 – Dev Summit (March 2014) - • Maintenance release (service pack) 10.3 – Esri UC (July 2014) - ArcGIS Server metrics dashboard - Configure graphs and charts, assess performance - New Stream service to support GeoEvent Processor - New 3D services - New ArcGIS Data store tier - Support scalable hosted feature services
Summary • What’s New in ArcGIS Server 10.2.x • 2 new Server extensions - ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor for Server - Portal for ArcGIS • Road ahead • Summary
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