[gis_info] ArcGIS Enterprise: Administration Workflows -- Special Training Opportunity -- January 27-29, 2020 in Seattle

Babinski, Greg Greg.Babinski at kingcounty.gov
Mon Jan 6 10:53:31 PST 2020

Seats are limited - Register Today!<https://www.eventbrite.com/e/arcgis-enterprise-administration-workflows-january-27-29-2020-tickets-84031491453>
The King County GIS Center is bringing Esri to Seattle to teach their hands-on, instructor-led  ArcGIS Enterprise: Administration Workflows<https://www.eventbrite.com/e/arcgis-enterprise-administration-workflows-january-27-29-2020-tickets-84031491453> class on Monday-Wednesday, January 27-29, 2020.

This course will cover essential concepts for ArcGIS Enterprise Administrators. Master techniques to configure and maintain an ArcGIS Enterprise solution that meets your organization's business needs. You will learn about ArcGIS Enterprise architecture, server licensing roles and extensions, and the capabilities that support common GIS patterns of use. Best practices to manage servers, data, and services while ensuring system performance over time are covered.

Dan Moore from Esri

This class is designed for people who want to set-up and administer ArcGIS Enterprise.

Topics Covered
Course introduction
1 Business needs and ArcGIS Enterprise solution
2 Federation-enabled server role capabilities
3 Using workload separation
4 Web ser vice administrative fundamentals
5 ArcGIS Enterprise data management
6 Administering the ArcGIS Data Store
7 The spatiotemporal big data store
8 Distributed collaboration
9 Automation and change management

For a detailed course outline see: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/arcgis-enterprise-administration-workflows-january-27-29-2020-tickets-84031491453

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Note that this class will not be held in the normal KCGIS Computer Training Room. The location is the King County Chinook Building Computer Training Room, 401 Fifth Avenue' Room: Training Room 133, Seattle, WA 98104. Still convenient to downtown Seattle public transportation.

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