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GregoryChristakos
Esri Contributor

ArcGIS GeoEvent Server 11.2 offers incremental improvements in usability and stability. We’re also excited to announce that several add-on connectors have been enhanced and are ready for use in GeoEvent Server 11.2 and prior.

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JoshJoyner
Esri Contributor

This blog includes the necessary steps to update existing Waze input connectors for GeoEvent Server using the new data feed links.

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Jeff_G
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Verizon Connect provides multiple fleet management solutions for tracking and managing your fleet of vehicles. This guide will focus specifically on Verizon Connect Reveal’s GPS Push Service and how you can connect to the data feed and perform real-time ingestion and analysis with ArcGIS GeoEvent Server. This approach requires a HTTPS endpoint to be set up in such a way that a Verizon Connect can connect and send the data to it. The HTTPS endpoint needs to be protected using basic authentication and be accessible outside of your organization’s network firewall. This guide uses Windows IIS and the following steps highlight enabling basic authentication and routing from an IIS endpoint to an ArcGIS GeoEvent Server connector endpoint. An organization firewall or a load balancer can be used in place of IIS.

This guide will demonstrate the following:

  • Creating an HTTPS endpoint on GeoEvent Server.
  • Creating an HTTPS endpoint on IIS with basic authentication enabled.
  • Routing traffic from the HTTPS endpoint on IIS to the HTTPS endpoint on GeoEvent Server.
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YujingWu
Esri Contributor

Explores the new GeoEvent Gallery add-on manager in ArcGIS GeoEvent Server 11.1. 

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GregTieman
Esri Contributor

Explore all the Real-Time Visualization and Analytics activities at the Esri 2023 EPC and Developer Summit.

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YujingWu
Esri Contributor

This blog outlines the steps needed to configure GeoEvent to work with Azure Event Hubs.

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RJSunderman
Esri Regular Contributor

While the steps to administratively reset ArcGIS GeoEvent Server don't change very much from release-to-release, you are working with the system files and folders which constitute the software product. Changes to the steps are inevitable. Procedures for an administrative reset are therefore being written-up as version specific PDF files.

Each downloadable PDF starts with an identification of "What Changed" at a specific release to require a change in the scripted steps. Each document includes things you should understand before executing an administrative reset. The actual administrative reset steps are on the last page(s) of each document.

Please download the PDF document which is most appropriate to your software release.

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YujingWu
Esri Contributor

This blog outlines the steps we implement in-house to configure reverse proxy for GeoEvent Manager and stream services via IIS Application Request Routing.

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MorakotPilouk
Esri Contributor

Verizon Connect provides multiple fleet management solutions for tracking and managing your fleet of vehicles. This blog will focus specifically on Verizon Connect Reveal and how you can connect to the data feed and perform real-time ingestion and analysis with ArcGIS GeoEvent Server.

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EricIronside
Esri Regular Contributor

The Field Mapper and Field Calculator Processors are two of the most often used processors in ArcGIS GeoEvent Server. While the Field Mapper Processor provides the ability to map one GeoEvent Definition (schema) to another GeoEvent Definition, the Field Calculator Processors allows you to use functions to manipulate field values. The Field Calculator supports many different functions related to data type conversion, string manipulation, mathematics, creating geometry from fields, and more.

In GeoEvent Server 10.9, the Field Mapper now allows you to use the same Field Calculator functions inside each Field Map text box. This makes it possible for a single Field Mapper to potentially replace a series of Field Calculators when performing calculations on multiple event attribute values. Let’s walk through some examples to see the power of this enhancement.

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