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Implementing an ArcGIS Server 10.1 web mapping system - Lessons Learned

Implementing an ArcGIS Server 10.1 web mapping system - Lessons Learned
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Author:
Vernon Woods, Elisabeth vanderLeeuw
Email:
vernon[dot]woods[at]pima[dot]gov

Pima County was one of the early adopters of serving GIS data over the Web and has benefitted, for 15 years, from a successful Autodesk MapGuide implementation. About 3 years ago Pima County began experimenting with Esri's ArcGIS Server as a potential replacement platform. In the past year the County stood up an ArcGIS Server 10.1 architecture, implemented a security and service design, and selected a web viewer. This year (2013) Pima County is implementing a MapGuide replacement along with custom functionality for various departments.

The presentation is about the steps taken and lessons learned along the way to the County's first implementation:

* Planning and Designing ArcGIS Server 10.1 Architecture and Security.
* Creating Web Services / Choosing a Front End
* Data Decisions / Training

 
 
 
 
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