Features

 

Extend the Reach of GIS Capabilities Using Client Apps

Extend the Reach of GIS Capabilities Using Client Apps

ArcGIS for Server (with the Portal for ArcGIS extension) includes a range of client apps that do everything from providing a dashboard summarizing critical business information to bringing maps into mainstream business intelligence software and helping field crews collect data.

Client apps include


Manage Your GIS Assets in a Central Location

The Portal for ArcGIS extension provides a mapcentric content management system. It serves as the front end to access, search, and discover your GIS assets. It includes an integrated map viewer, mapmaking tools, and application templates to quickly and easily create and deploy web applications.

Manage Your GIS Assets in a Central Location

Power Your Enterprise GIS with Web Services

Power Your Enterprise GIS with Web Services

ArcGIS for Server and its extensions can expose the complete range of ArcGIS functionality to the rest of your organization. Create and manage web services for mapping, geocoding, GIS analysis, web editing, network analysis, database access, and geodata management.


Support for Real-time GIS

Connect with virtually any type of streaming data feed and automatically alert personnel when specified conditions occur—all in real time. ArcGIS for Server (with the ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor for Server) enables you to connect to any sensor such as GPS, mobile, and social media. You can process and filter real-time data, making it possible to monitor assets, update maps and data, and send notifications via e-mail, text, or instant messages.

Support for Real-Time GIS

Share Imagery

Share Imagery

ArcGIS for Server enables you to publish and share imagery data. ArcGIS Image Extension for Server enhances the capabilities of ArcGIS for Server to manage, produce, and exploit large numbers of imagery and rasters.


Access Spatial Data in Databases

ArcGIS for Server works with spatial data stored in relational database management systems such as

  • IBM DB2 and IBM Informix Dynamic Server
  • Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft SQL Server Express, and Microsoft SQL Azure
  • Netezza
  • Oracle
  • PostgreSQL

ArcGIS for Server also includes the geodatabase, the common data storage and management framework for ArcGIS. Use the multiuser geodatabase to apply sophisticated rules and relationships; define data models such as topologies, geometric networks, and network datasets; maintain data integrity; and enable multiuser editing.

Access Spatial Data in Databases

Integrate with Existing IT Infrastructure

Integrate with Existing IT Infrastructure

ArcGIS for Server fits your IT infrastructure and security requirements. It supports all deployment types: on-premises, cloud, virtual, or hybrid. You can add ArcGIS Online to your deployment or use ArcGIS for Server independently. ArcGIS for Server supports Windows Active Directory, LDAP, and PKI security. Plus it scales to increase capacity or accommodate demand.

Functionality

Basic Standard Advanced
Support for Spatially Enabled Databases*
Geodatabase Management
GIS Web Services Geodata Service
Image Services      
Web Mapping Applications
Smartphone and Tablet Applications
Web Editing
Geoprocessing
Advanced Geoprocessing with Extension
Real-Time Data Support with Extension with Extension
Mapcentric Content Management System   with Extension

*Spatially enabled databases are those that include native database spatial data types.


For more details, see the ArcGIS 10.2 for Server Functionality Matrix.

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