The Managed Cloud Services team in Professional Services is pleased to announce a new series that will be highlighting various tools and best practices for implementing ArcGIS Enterprise using modern methodologies.
System implementation, configuration and management of the deployment is a fun challenge, similar to Tetris. As an ArcGIS Enterprise or ArcGIS Server administrator, you are likely tasked with standing up new systems, ensuring they are configured correctly and maintaining them over time. Traditionally, these tasks were done manually where an administrator would work through procuring a new virtual machine, install the required software, work through the configuration steps needed and then ensure users were able to access it. Over time, the needs of the users may change and as such, the administrator would need to further modify the system and its software to meet those needs.
Here at Managed Services, we are faced with managing 100's of customer implementation. This series will cover best practices we developed overtime. Each entry will cover a specific aspect of automating the deployment, configuration & life-cycle management (updates, monitoring, scaling, etc) of both infrastructure and the ArcGIS suite.
- Introduction to "Infrastructure as Code (IaC) with Terraform"
- Automating Deployments of ArcGIS Enterprise
- Configure a Replicated ArcGIS Enterprise Deployment in AWS using the WebGIS DR Tool
- New A Content Delivery Network (CDN) Approach to ArcGIS Enterprise using AWS CloudFront