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ArcGIS Server Enterprise Standard


ArcGIS Server Enterprise Standard is a software package offered by Esri that provides a standard level of functionality for server-based GIS operations. Here’s a breakdown of the key components and features:

Server-Based GIS: ArcGIS Server allows organizations to create, manage, and distribute GIS services over the web. These services can include maps, geocoding, routing, and geoprocessing.

Standard Level Functionality: ArcGIS Server Enterprise Standard provides a standard set of capabilities for GIS operations. This includes the ability to publish maps and data as services, perform basic spatial analysis, and manage user access and security.

Web Services: ArcGIS Server supports a variety of web service standards, including REST, SOAP, and OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) standards. This allows clients to access GIS services using a variety of programming languages and platforms.

Scalability and Performance: ArcGIS Server is designed to be scalable, allowing organizations to easily add resources to handle increased demand. It also includes tools for monitoring performance and optimizing server resources.

Integration with ArcGIS Desktop: ArcGIS Server can be integrated with ArcGIS Desktop, allowing users to publish maps and data from ArcGIS Desktop to ArcGIS Server for sharing over the web.