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Configuring ArcGIS Server as a High Availability Environment for Publishing Secured Web Services

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Configuring ArcGIS Server as a High Availability Environment for Publishing Secured Web Services

Presenter: Steve Whitney

A technical deep dive into one method for setting up and configuring ArcGIS Server utilizing multiple stand-alone servers, a load balancer, and "warm" backups to provide High Availability (HA) for the consumption of secured GIS Web Services by a 911 operation. This presentation will cover configuration methods that are unique to operating in a HA environment, including standing up the servers and configuring them, installing stand-alone ArcGIS Server instances and configuration, using ArcGIS Pro as the data publishing client, publishing the GIS data and keeping it up-to-date, performance tuning, and lessons learned along the way. The examples will use ArcGIS Server 10.7.1 and ArcGIS Pro 2.5.

Takeaway: Detailed technical guidance for: server hardware/software configuration, ArcGIS Server configuration, using ArcGIS Pro to publish Web Services, post-publishing configuration of the Web Services with ArcGIS Server Manager, data updates, and performance tuning.

Who should attend: Folks that are interested in learning the nuts and bolts of setting up a High Availability ArcGIS Server environment, and utilizing it to publish secured GIS Web Services.

Configuring ArcGIS Server as a High Availability Environment for Publishing Secured Web Services
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