Hilton Baltimore Baltimore, MD
The Esri Mid-Atlantic User Conference is offering special preconference workshops and training for attendees. The workshops will be hosted at the Hilton Baltimore.
Monday, December 1, 2014, 1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
Growing, enabling and empowering more users in your organization to take advantage of ArcGIS technology will require maintaining a resilient and well performing infrastructure, services and environment. This workshop will review the methods, tools and techniques for monitoring and analyzing your ArcGIS implementation. The workshop will focus on the use of Esri’s System Monitor and other tools for monitoring ArcGIS Servers, Web Servers and Enterprise Geodatabases. There will also be discussion regarding the monitoring of ArcGIS Online and Portal for ArcGIS. Establishing automated monitoring and reporting on the use of your ArcGIS technology is critical in not only maintaining optimal performance, but also for troubleshooting issues when they arise and planning for growth and upgrades.
Presenter: Jim McAbee, Esri
Registration Fee: $149
Presenter: Paul Trevillion, Esri
This hands-on workshop will introduce the benefits of participating in Esri Community Maps: a cooperative effort by the ArcGIS user community to build a living atlas of the world using the best available data sources from GIS organizations in local government, countries, and private companies. You will learn how the program is structured, best practices for preparing authoritative content to be published in Community Maps online maps services, and how to leverage published content to create dynamic and useful web mapping applications. This interactive session includes group activities, discussions about current updates and enhancements, and software demonstrations.
Presenter: Tamara Yoder, Esri