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The Winning GIS Enterprise Model

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									    The Winning
GIS Enterprise Model
   Gilles Dupuis/Jin Xie
       (City of Guelph)



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Presentation Agenda

•   Background Overview
•   Previous GIS
•   Rationale for Implementation
•   Enterprise GIS Model
•   Bi-directional Links
•   Summary
•   Demonstration
•   Questions

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Background Overview

The City of Guelph is a single tier municipality
with a population of 128,000 and a surface area
of 87 square kilometres.
In line with the GIS Strategic Plan, the City
acquired ESRI’s ArcGIS suite of products in 2006
and replaced the existing MapInfo system.



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Background Overview

  The Information Technology Services
department provides core GIS services with
responsibilities for the various layers distributed
across the organization.
  The implementation of the latest ArcGIS suite
has enabled the City to further enhance the
usability of GIS data.



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Previous GIS

• ArcGIS 9.1/9.2
   ArcCatalog
   ArcMap
• ArcSDE 9.1
• ArcIMS 9.1
• OnPoint 5.0.3




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Rationale for Implementation

•   Leverage new technology
•   Improve organizational workflows
•   More efficient spatial data management
•   Better performance for analysis and planning
•   More professional maps, reports and charts




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Getting started

• Support from management
• Identified that the GIS model must be an
Enterprise version
• Designed Enterprise GIS Model
• Procured server environment




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Enterprise GIS Model




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  Server Infrastructure

• Three separate servers (64-bit Servers)
   Data Server: Oracle 11g, ArcSDE Server
   Map Server: ArcGIS Server
   Application Server: Web Map Viewer - OnPoint




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Configuring Enterprise GIS Platform

 • Data Server
    OS: Windows Server 2008 (64-bit edition)
    Applications:
       Oracle 11g (64-bit edition)
       ArcGIS SDE 9.3.1 (64-bit edition)

 • Map Server
    OS: Windows Server 2008 (64-bit)
    Application: ArcGIS Server 9.3.1


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 Data Server
Multiple Geodatabase with separated Oracle instances
Multiple user groups with different privileges
   •   SDE OnPoint: OPUSER, OPGIS
   •   SDE Production: PDUSER, PDENG, PDPLAN
   •   SDE Test: TSUSER, TSENG, TSPLAN




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ArcSDE Architecture
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ArcSDE Connections




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Map Server

  • ArcGIS Server 9.3.1 installed as a 32-bit
  application on our 64-bit map server
  • Map services are published on Map Server




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Map Services in ArcGIS Server




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Configuring Web GIS Application

  Application Server
  – OS: Windows Server 2008 (64-bit)
  – Applications:
     • OnPoint 6.3.1
     • Crystal reports XI R2 developer edition




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OnPoint 6.3.1 Interface




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 Integration with Other Applications

Bi-directional links: OnPoint-WAM(Work and Asset Management)
• Replaced an earlier vendor supported solution to address
long-standing deficiencies
• Reduced operating costs, saved maintenance fee of up to
$10,000 annually
• Improved City services




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Bi-Directional Links




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Bi-Directional Links




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Demonstration




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Demonstration




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  Summary

• Leverages the newest technologies, new
enhancements, functionalities and features
• Streamlines workflows
• Presents a professional appearance to the
City’s GIS
• 64-bit servers maximize the performance of
all the GIS applications



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 Lessons learned

• Always face the challenges when weighing the
benefits of the newest technology
• Need to develop and maintain high quality
data, in order to take advantage of the up-to-date
GIS framework




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Questions?

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