geospatial enterprise and web GIS

platform architecture and strategy

Geospatial Enterprise and Web GIS enable organizations to provide broad access to authoritative GIS data. geocgi is committed
to developing GIS professionals that exceed the requirements of implementing this evolving technology; and focus on innovation
in GIS design and incorporating related technologies.

Enterprise: ArcGIS Enterprise (ArcGIS Server + Server Extensions, Portal for ArcGIS, ArcGIS Data Store, ArcGIS Web Adaptor)​

Web GIS: Portal for ArcGIS and ArcGIS Online (Web AppBuilder, Story Maps, Mobile GIS, 3D Web Scenes)​

Geospatial Databases: MS SQL Server, Oracle, PostGRESQL, MySQL​

Geospatial Development: JavaScript, Java, Leaflet, .Net, MVC, AngularJS, iOS and Android, and a long list of SDKs and APIs.

An enterprise GIS provides broad access to geospatial data and applications throughout the organization. The combination of geospatial enterprise technology and Web GIS provides applications and tools to end users for analysis and visualization. Organizations can use dynamic geospatial data within custom enterprise solutions to better collaborate, communicate, and solve their unique problems. Web GIS platforms are ideal decision-making tools within an organization because they enable employees, stakeholders and subject matter experts. Whether in the office or out in the field enterprise technology allows your organization to access, edit, and share relevant and timely data, maps, applications, and workflows.

geocgi has designed, developed and implemented ArcGIS Enterprise utilizing industry standards and best practices. The system is a multi-tiered and highly available enterprise, providing geospatial data services for the Marine Corps Installations Pacific (MCIPAC) region serving data for six installations across Japan, Korea, and Hawaii. The MCIPAC Enterprise Architecture uses a three-tier application approach encompassing the production, presentation and application tiers.

Production Tier is a series of virtualized environments spread across three physical host machines providing the ability to store, produce and serve data across the entire enterprise for a large user community. Data is made available for both the application and presentation tiers through MS SQL Server and ArcGIS Datastore.

Application Tier utilizes Remote Desktop Services (RDS) to provide ArcGIS Desktop to MCIPAC analysts and grants the ability to maintain the authoritative geodatabases as well as produce cartographic products on demand.

Presentation Tier includes both ArcGIS Server and ArcGIS Portal allowing geospatial information from within the enterprise and out to be discoverable, shareable and visualized through web applications and maps.