Presentation on theme: "ArcGIS Server Architecture at the DNR GIS/LIS Conference, October 2013."— Presentation transcript:
ArcGIS Server Architecture at the DNR GIS/LIS Conference, October 2013
DNR Background 500+ GIS Users Use Examples
ArcGIS Architecture Examples Single Machine Site
ArcGIS Architecture Examples Single GIS Server Site
ArcGIS Architecture Examples Multiple Machine Site
ArcGIS Architecture Examples Multiple Machine Site ◦ Clustering
ArcGIS Architecture Examples Multiple Web Servers
Blade Server Located on our internal SAN (Storage Area Network) Dell Dual Quad Core Processors (8 logical CPUs) 98 GB of Memory Provides processing powerVMs
Web Server What is it?
Web Server - Specs Model – Vmware Virtual Platform OS - Server 2008 R2 Standard Type – x64 Processor - Dual Intel Xeon E5520 ◦ 2.27GHz, 2 Cores, 2 Logical Processors RAM – 4 GB HD – 120 GB
GIS Server What is it?
GIS Server - Specs Model – Vmware Virtual Platform OS - Server 2008 R2 Standard Type – x64 Processor - Dual Intel Xeon E5520 ◦ 2.27GHz, 2 Cores, 2 Logical Processors RAM – 8 GB HD – C:\ 120GB, D:\ 512GB Clustering
GIS Server - Clustering Combining processing power of multiple machines Isolating services
Data Servers - File GDRS Windows vs Linux ◦ Lock Files with Windows – updating files difficult ◦ Linux much better Future all Windows Servers? UNC Path vs Drive
Data Servers Model – Vmware Virtual Platform OS - Server 2008 R2 Standard Type – x64 Processor - Dual Intel Xeon E5520 ◦ 2.27GHz ◦ 2 Cores ◦ 2 Logical Processors RAM – 4 GB HD – C:\ 120GB, D:\ 1TB
Data Servers - SDE Multiple versions 9.3 – 10.1
Cache Builder Windows 7 PC Copy Cache to Data Server Model – Vmware Virtual Platform OS – Windows 7 Type – x64 Processor – Intel Core i ◦ 3.10 GHz RAM – 8 GB HD – C:\ 250GB, D:\ 1TB
Others Land Records
Permissions User Group of 15 people ◦ Read/Write access to the Test servers Admin Group of 2 ◦ Publish Apps and Services to Production Oversight on service data and performance Turnaround time ….
Houses Online Maps and Applications (intranet and internet) Supported by DNR ArcGIS Server infrastructure. Currently stores several light applications, both internal and external, and some web maps. Looking to build on successes Will serve as a good resource for staff looking to publish dynamic web maps and apps who don’t require more robust custom applications built Looking to train a group of publishers (representatives from each division). ◦ Currently not enough staff knowledgeable in the DNR ArcGIS Server design. Site is part of State and ESRI Enterprise License Agreement. Overseen by MNGEO who distributes credits for usage based on ELA contribution