ArcGIS for Server connects people with the geographic information they need. Organizations use ArcGIS for Server to create, manage and distribute secure GIS services to support Web, desktop and mobile applications.
It provides you with a scalable GIS server platform that can be deployed on a single machine to support small workgroups, or distributed across multiple servers to support enterprise applications. Our servers are IT compliant and integrate well with other enterprise software so that you can integrate GIS with many technologies and computing standards.
See what you can do with ArcGIS for Server
Deliver GIS Services. With ArcGIS for Server, you have complete control and centralized management over how and where your GIS services are delivered.
Respond to the Demand for GIS. An IT friendly architecture lets you quickly scale your GIS system to accommodate spikes in demand, and grow your capacity along with your customer base. You can add and remove GIS servers as needed within your own infrastructure, in virtualized environments, and in the cloud.
Power Applications with GIS Capabilities. ArcGIS for Server gives your enterprise applications access to powerful GIS capabilities and server-site processing.
Start Using GIS Services Right Away, No Programming Necessary. GIS services work with a variety of free, configurable apps, including ArcGIS Viewer for Flex, ArcGIS Viewer for Silverlight, ArcGIS.com Map Viewer, Esri Maps for Office, ArcGIS mobile apps for iOS, Android and Windows Phone.
Manage Enterprise Geodatabases. Create and manage a central spatial information repository using relational database management systems including IBM DB2, IBM Informix, Dynamic Server, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft SQL Server Express, Microsoft SQL Azure, Netezza, Oracle and PostgreSQL.
GIS is a platform for increasing efﬁciency, improving communication and collaboration. It enables complex construction projects such as EIA’s expansion to be carried out intelligently and quickly, without posing a risk to facility operators and travellers.
- Corinne KozacTechnical Services ManagerEdmonton International Airport