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Hussein Nasser

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24. Januar 2014

ArcGIS for Server may be relatively new technology, but it doesn't have to be daunting. This book will take you step by step through the whole process, from customizing the architecture to effective troubleshooting.

Overview

  • Configure ArcGIS for Server to achieve maximum performance and response time
  • Understand the product mechanics to build up good troubleshooting skills
  • Filled with practical exercises, examples, and code snippets to help facilitate your learning

In Detail

ArcGIS for Server is a new technology that has been developed to bring geographically-enabled information from multiple sources into one single platform and make it available for sharing services. Server supports many types of services, and the beauty of this technology is that it has an edge over other products, as the source of information can be directly plugged into Server without the need to change or migrate the existing infrastructure.

Administering ArcGIS for Server teaches you the mechanics of ArcGIS for Server, equipping you with the skills to not only install and configure Server, but to do it efficiently to achieve effective results. You will also learn how to plan, analyze, design, and finally publish and consume GIS services from various platforms including mobile and tablets.

We start by installing Server and authoring and consuming GIS services. We then move on to planning services before showing you how to optimize, secure, and debug them.

One of the hot topics in this book is the optimizing of GIS services, which will help you manage resources efficiently. You will also learn how to apply multiple security mechanisms on ArcGIS for Server and safely expose the services to the public in a secure manner.

Administering ArcGIS for Server will help you prepare a robust Server infrastructure for your organization.

What you will learn from this book

  • Design the architecture of ArcGIS for Server to meet your organization’s requirements
  • Consume GIS services from multiple cross-platform endpoints including mobile and tablet for field users
  • Optimize ArcGIS for Server to make it run efficiently and effectively
  • Acquire troubleshooting skills by understanding how the technology mechanics work
  • Learn the concept of web services and the various types of GIS services available in ArcGIS for Server

Approach

This book is a practical, step-by-step tutorial providing a complete reference guide to the setup, installation, and administration of ArcGIS Server technology.

Who this book is written for

If you are a GIS user, analyst, DBA, or programmer with a basic knowledge of ESRI GIS, then this book is for you.


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Hussein Nasser

Hussein Nasser is an Esri award-winning Senior GIS Solution Architect at Electricity & Water Authority, Bahrain. In 2007, he won the first place at the annual ArcGIS for Server Code Challenge, conducted at the Esri Developer Summit in Palm Springs, California, for using AJAX technology with ArcGIS for Server, which was not implemented back then. He spent eight years as a GIS Architect at leading Middle Eastern engineering company Khatib & Alami, implementing various Utilities GIS systems based on Esri technology across the Middle East. Hussein then moved to a more focused environment at Electricity & Water Authority, Bahrain, his homeland, where he could channel his expertise to develop a robust GIS Utilities solution and fully integrate it with the e-government project to help Bahrain move towards the smart grid. In addition, Hussein is fascinated with peak research topics, including papers he is currently working on: The Human API: A Software Interface to Prevent Cancer, Global Economic Crisis and Natural Disasters Quantum Detector, and Stock Market and the Moon Phase.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Comprehensive and Clear 29. April 2014
Von happy with books - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
If you are using GIS applications, you need a guide to help you install and manage a solid backbone architecture that will allow you to incorporate all the newest and most integrative GIS services. You can use cloud services, but you'll be limited. Somewhere along the way, you'll have to face the server question.

This book is a clear, easy-to-follow guide which takes you all the way from installation to configuring and launching GIS services.

It is broken into different parts:
The first part of the book is dedicated to installing ArcGIS for Server. The text guides you through what you need in terms of a Web server as well as a GIS server. It also shows you how to test the installation track, and then how to set up a production server. You can also learn how to set up a virtualized environment, which can be very helpful if you need to run a virtual machine.

Once you’ve installed ArcGIS for Server, Nasser shows you how to configure it in order to run as a classical web service. He recommends using a standard format and discusses SOAP and REST. Because a GIS service is a web service having a geographical element, it is important to look at the two dominant services: Esri and also Open Geospacial Consortium (OGC) services.

Nasser recommends using ArcGIS for Desktop (referred to as Desktop) as the main map services authoring tool. While one could argue that this approach may make you overly dependent on ArcGIS, both on the server side and also on the authoring tool side, but at least you can assure yourself that they are compatible.

The second part shows you that once you’ve installed ArcGIS for Server as the backbone architecture you can start consuming services from GIS software in your system, with an emphasis on today’s main needs, which usually revolve around visualization.

In the first part of the book, you can see how to use ArcMap, QGIS, and even Google Earth from within your configuration. The book includes a few exercises and examples, which are very helpful.

You may need to put together GIS services that run from your server. If that is the case, you will need to plan carefully in order to analyze the requirements, design the databases, optimize the database indices, and to deploy GIS services, which include enabling a geodatabase, a world basemap and authoring custom GIS services. You’ll also need to optimize the services (pool, isolate processes, and caching). Administering ArcGIS for Server will help you do so.

You’re also guided through security so that you can protect your digital assets and intellectual property. Nasser guides you through token, key, and how to connect to a secured service.

Finally, Administering ArcGIS for Server addresses backups, documentation, logs, and optimizing the flow (finding bottlenecks, etc.). The appendices are remarkably informative – one of my favorite sections in the appendices deals with the rise of ArcGIS Server and also the benefits of a 64-bit architecture.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen a very good guide 22. April 2014
Von Bart A. Pittari - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The last GIS Server software I had the pleasure of installing and having to configure was ArcIMS. I've not had the opportunity to install and configure ArcGIS Server, but from what I've read through this book so far, I think I could use this as a walkthrough guide. This book gives you a very good template from hardware specs, to installation, tuning and beyond. I like how it details and walks through all the security parts of locking the server and services down.

I look forward to trying to put it to use.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Good book for ArcGIS for Server admins 12. Juni 2014
Von Alper Dinçer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
In general the book is about ArcGIS for Server 10.x series which the most up to date release and there are 8 chapters with 2 appendixes. Let’s explore the chapters in details :

1- Chapter 1 : Best practices for Installing ArcGIS for Server :
This is the beginning of the book and it is quite normal to start with installing the program. This part is quite adequate on ArcGIS for Server, but I wish there is a extra chapter or part for installing ArcSDE with multiple database types. The most problematic part about installing ArcGIS for Server is the integration of ArcSDE in my experience even though I can’t work much on ESRI stuff nowadays :)

2- Chapter 2 : Authoring Web Services :
As it is name implies, this part is about web services on ArcGIS for Server. This part covers both ESRI related and OGC standard services.

3- Chapter 3 : Consuming GIS Services :
You have installed the ArcGIS for Server and publish some services, so it is time to consume them. This part covers the consuming of services in various software or APIs, which are ArcMap, QGIS, Google Earth, ESRI ArcGIS JavaScript API. Also there is a section about editing.

4- Chapter 4 : Planning and Designing GIS Services :
Now you know the basics of ArcGIS for Server, it is time for the real life case studies to plan and design your services. The case study is about a locator services for restaurants with ArcGIS for Server.

5- Chapter 5 : Optimizing GIS Services :
Chapters are getting more advanced as the book evolves :) This is one of the most important part for advanced user. Even you have knowledge about previous chapters, you will find some info or trick in this chapter about optimizing your services.

6- Chapter 6 : Clustering and Load Balancing :
This is also like the Chapter 5. If you want a sustainable web services, then you should check this part of the book. It gives great information about the continuity of your GIS services.

7- Chapter 7 : Securing ArcGIS for Server :
You setup everything but your services are default open the public. In order to protect your data, you should secure it with the mechanisms integrated to ArcGIS for Server. This chapter is dedicated to security.

8- Chapter 8 : Server Logs :
This is also quite important part to find the bottlenecks of problems with the ArcGIS for Server, because logs keep the journal of the ArcGIS for Server and tell you the problem if there is any. This part is a serious way to learn on tracing the bugs or problems about your services.

As it is written about, the book covers all the parts of ArcGIS for Server and it is a great book for people who work with ArcGIS for Server. I’m quite happy with the book except the need for ArcSDE installation and management with ArcGIS for Server. May be this is out of the book scope, but it is the most important complementary thing for the book.

As a result, I suggest this book to people who works with ArcGIS for Server without any doubt. You can also find the PROs and CONs of the book below.

PROs:
+ Update to date release
+ There are some scenarios to use in your projects.
+ Advanced usages of ArcGIS for Server is also included.
+ “Selecting the Right Hardware” and “Server Architecture” parts are good both for newbies and professionals

CONs:
- PostgreSQL/PostGIS support is much better than MSSQL
- ArcSDE installation could be a better.
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