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Geographic Information Systems

ArcGIS Server

This course introduces ArcGIS Server and its components. Students will learn how to install, configure, and apply it both as administrators and consumers of GIS services. Students will also learn how to publish and work with the different types of web map services and geo-processing models that are optimized for performance. Also covered in the course is how to create out-of-the-box Web mapping applications using viewers and templates for browsers and mobile devices.  Such applications allow GIS to become an omnipresent and dynamic resource for everyday life. This course is geared toward all levels of GIS professionals who wish to develop or enhance their abilities of using ArcGIS for Server to benefit their organization. No programming experience is necessary, although it is helpful to have some knowledge and/or experience of programming concepts.

Eventbrite - GIS Summer Institute-ArcGIS Server

Dates: August 20th-22nd
Cost: $900
Course Outline: 

 Overview of ArcGIS Server and its capabilities

·                       ArcGIS Server installation and architecture

·                       Understanding web map and GIS services

·                       Authoring and publishing dynamic, editable, and cached map services

·                       Sharing GIS Tools workflows: geoprocessing, locators, geodata, imagery

·                       Configuring ArcGIS Server for maximum performance

·                       Consuming GIS services – out of the box applications

Instructor: Brad Chranko

Brad Chranko is the manager of the Baltimore City’s Enterprise Geographic Information Services department.  He has been the driver for modernizing the City’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology and resources in order to provide greater availability of more real-time spatial data and analytics to non-GIS users.  A native of the Midwest, Brad is a graduate of Michigan State University, with a BS in Urban and Regional Planning.  His 20+ year career in the Planning and Information Systems fields, working in both the private and public sectors, has focused on implementing new technologies and methodologies for community development initiatives in some of the most challenging environments throughout the U.S.