Distributing Data using Geodatabase Replication

Strictly by pre-registration only

What is this course about?

This course teaches you how to plan for and implement geodatabase replication to support multi-user editing workflows and data sharing initiatives. Geodatabase replication is a powerful way to extend access to GIS data stored in a multi-user ArcSDE geodatabase across organisations and into the field. This course teaches you how to plan for and implement geodatabase replication to support multi-user editing workflows and data sharing initiatives. You will learn best practices for protecting the integrity of your production database while meeting the needs of desktop, mobile, and online users.

This course is designed for database administrators, GIS data managers, and others who need to incorporate geodatabase replication into their organisation's business and versioned editing workflows.

Course details

Price

9,300,000.00 IDR

Location

Jakarta

Duration

2 days

Level

Intermediate

Category

Geodata Course

Are there any prerequisites?

What skills will I learn?

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Determine the number and type of replicas needed to support your organisation's GIS workflows and applications
  • Plan an efficient synchronisation strategy for replicated data
  • Manage schema changes between replicas
  • Perform routine replica management tasks to maintain database performance
  • Create a replica and synchronise edits using a geodata service in a web application

What can I expect?

  • Course topics

    What is geodatabase replication?

    • Scenarios for using geodatabase replication
    • Requirements for geodatabase replication

    Types of replication

    • Two-way replication
    • One-way replication
    • Checkout/check-in replication

    Synchronising data

    • Resolving editing conflicts
    • Disconnected synchronisation
    • Managing schema changes

    Replica management for database performance

    • Compressing the database
    • Replica logs
    • Replica Manager

    Using geodata services

    • Creating a replica
    • Synchronising edits