ArcGIS Server is a software that makes your geographic information available to others in the organization and optionally to anyone connected to the Internet. This is done through web services, which allow a powerful server computer to process requests for information sent by other devices. This software opens your geographic information system to tablets, smart phones, laptops, desktop workstations and any other device that can connect to web services. To get started with ArcGIS Server, you need to provide hardware, software and data, then you can set up GIS web services, and finally you can use different types of applications to consume your services.
Provision of hardware, software and data:
The hardware used for your server is usually more powerful than your other desktop computers. ArcGIS Server requires a machine capable of running a operating system It has 64 bits. The software architecture is scalable, meaning you can add multiple machines if additional processing is needed. Depending on your organizational requirements, you may need the help of your IT staff to access the server over the Internet. When planning your hardware and environment, remember that this application can also be deployed on virtual machines or commercial platforms such as Amazon EC2.
Features and features of ArcGIS Server software:
- Map Documents: Mapping, Network Analysis, Web Coverage Services (WCS) Publications, Web Attribute Services (WMTS), KML Publications, Geostatic Database Data Extraction and Replication, Feature Access Publications, Schematic Publications
- Geodatabase: database query, extraction and replication, WCS and WFS publications
- Geoprocessing model or tool: Web Processing Service (WPS)
Supported operating systems
Windows Server 2016 Standard and Datacenter
Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard and Datacenter
Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard, Enterprise, and Datacenter
Windows Server 2008 Standard, Enterprise, and Datacenter
Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise
Windows 8.1 Pro and Enterprise
Windows 7 Ultimate, Professional, Enterprise, and Home Premium
The minimum RAM requirement for GIS Server, ArcGIS GeoEvent Server, ArcGIS Image Server, or Esri Business Analyst for Server: 8 GB per unique license role
ArcGIS GeoAnalytics Server: 16 GB
ArcGIS GeoAnalytics Server nodes: 5
Use the license file in the Crack folder to register the software.
The crack of this software has expired and the only way to use it is to change the system date to any date before 07/30/2018.
Last Updated on July 9, 2023 by admin