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Spatial Data Management at the 2022 Esri User Conference

We’re happy to welcome you back to this year’s 2022 Esri User Conference! The event will be held in-person on July 11-15 in San Diego, California.

The User Conference is a great opportunity to meet the product teams and other GIS Professionals, to share your story, get advice, and learn more about all things GIS.

If you didn’t register yet, you can go ahead and do it by clicking on the button below! We are very excited to see you again!

We’ve prepared this itinerary for anyone interested in learning about the geodatabase and database functionalities, workflows, and data management best practices. We also included supporting materials, specific for each session, to help provide context and an opportunity to explore some of the capabilities, at your own convenience. So let’s get started!

Where can you meet us?

Stop by the Geodatabase Island in the ArcGIS Enterprise Area to connect with the team, get your questions answered, and share any ideas you might have.

Expo hours:

Tue, July 12: 09:00 a.m. – 06:00 p.m.
Wed, July 13: 09:00 a.m. – 06:00 p.m.
Thu, July 14: 09:00 a.m. – 04:00 p.m.

Geodatabase Related Sessions

The geodatabase provides a data storage and data management framework for ArcGIS. We will explore various aspects of the geodatabase information model that enhance your data with spatial and relational integrity rules, data validation, business logic and advanced behavior.

Donald ReesShannon ShieldsElaine Evans

Supporting materials:

Hybrid Session: Learn about two core geodatabase data modeling concepts that will improve your editors’ workflows and make your data more accurate out of the box. Attribute rules and contingent values can be authored with your geodatabase tables to automatically populate attributes, prevent unwanted values from ever being saved, or promote valid values at the time of editing using the ArcGIS Pro editing tools. Geodatabase administrative tasks will show how these concepts can be utilized to enhance the editing experience and produce quality data.

Hussein NasserDiana MuresanLing Zhang

Supporting materials:

 

Attribute Rules and Contingent Values are two geodatabase data modeling concepts that enhances a user’s editing experience. This demo theater session will demonstrate workflows, including, but not limited to, executing calculation, validation, and constraint rules, as well as implementing contingent values.

Hussein Nasser, Ling Zhang

Supporting materials:

 

Come meet the ArcGIS Pro Product Team and get ArcGIS Pro related questions answered. We will be there!

Amelia BradshawJian LangeDavid WatkinsStefan BalboJennifer CadkinCraig WilliamsJeremy WrightJonathan MurphyJim McKinneyIvonne SelerNana DeiSusan TranKory Kramer

 

Yes, that is right! As this is a popular session, the Ensuring Data Quality with Attribute Rules and Contingent Values session, will be presented TWICE! So, if you missed the one on Wednesday, we look forward to seeing you Friday morning!

Hybrid Session: Learn about two core geodatabase data modeling concepts that will improve your editors’ workflows and make your data more accurate out of the box. Attribute rules and contingent values can be authored with your geodatabase tables to automatically populate attributes, prevent unwanted values from ever being saved, or promote valid values at the time of editing using the ArcGIS Pro editing tools. Geodatabase administrative tasks will show how these concepts can be utilized to enhance the editing experience and produce quality data.

Christopher CurtisDiana MuresanLing Zhang

Supporting materials:

DBMS Related Sessions

This session will provide an overview of enterprise geodatabases. It will introduce you to the basics of creating an enterprise geodatabase, loading and securing data, editing, and performing essential administration tasks.

Sreenavya Kovvuri, Shannon Shields, Forrest Bailey Jones

Supporting materials:

Learn more about the branch versioning model developed for ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Enterprise. This session will present the motivation behind the versioning model and how to put it in to practice. We will explore how to set up branch versioned data, share it with the organization, and discuss some common versioning workflows to help you understand how your organization can benefit from using it.

Justin Muise, Melissa Jarman, Colin Zwicker

Supporting materials:

This demo theater session will explore versioning management workflows related to branch versioning using ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Enterprise, and the REST API. We will demonstrate many workflows, including, but not limited to, creating and deleting versions, editing named versions, changing version ownership, reconciling, and posting versions.

Justin Muise, Melissa Jarman

Supporting materials:

Hybrid Session | Organizations are increasingly incorporating the use of cloud data warehouses in their data strategies to help informed decisions from analyzing large datasets. The ArcGIS Pro 2.9 and ArcGIS Enterprise 10.9.1 release introduced support for accessing data in Google BigQuery, Snowflake, and Amazon Redshift. This session will share how to connect and access data through query layers, explore trends in datasets using Charts and Feature Binning, and publish services as web layers for use in dashboards and other applications.

Shannon Shields, Eugene Yang, Forrest Bailey Jones

Supporting materials:

Learn more about the branch versioning model developed for ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Enterprise. This session will present the motivation behind the versioning model and how to put it in to practice. We will explore how to set up branch versioned data, share it with the organization, and discuss some common versioning workflows to help you understand how your organization can benefit from using it.

Justin Muise, Melissa Jarman, Colin Zwicker

Supporting materials:

This session will cover various troubleshooting techniques when working through performance related issues with enterprise geodatabases, map and feature services. We will share real-world performance scenarios and discuss how they were resolved through troubleshooting and end the session by sharing tools you can use for troubleshooting cases in your organizations.

Jim McAbee, Nana Dei, Malini Ramalingam

Supporting materials:

 

That said, we look forward to seeing you in sunny San Diego!

About the author

Product Engineer in the Geodatabase team, passionate about making a difference in people's lives using GIS. Hiker and a true Éclair and Crêpe lover in her free time.

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