Geocortex Optimizer Overview

Geocortex Optimizer

Gain valuable insight to improve and quantify your investment in ArcGIS Server

Better understand what's going on behind the scenes of your ArcGIS Server implementation. Make informed decisions to improve performance, efficiency, and usability.

Geocortex Optimizer helps identify patterns and isolate trends in performance, traffic levels, navigation patterns, and user demographics to make system improvements based on empirical, meaningful information.

Optimizer Overview

Geocortex Optimizer helps capture, organize, and analyze information about your ArcGIS Server sites and related infrastructure. With Optimizer, you can measure and optimize the performance of ArcGIS Server, understand and communicate how people are actually using your applications, and increase the overall availability of your applications.

A dashboard provides insight into ArcGIS Server deployment

Dashboard

A dashboard provides insight into ArcGIS Server deployment. A single view summarizes key information around performance and usage. You can define the extent, type, presentation and date range for the display of this information. At a quick glance, you can quickly determine system status, performance and alert states.

Reports are generated in real-time

Reports

Reports are generated in real-time and represent the current and historical state of an organization's complete ArcGIS Server stack. You can interact with reports across specified time periods and data types by using the supplied report-type navigation tools.

You can define an unlimited number of alarms

Alarms for Events

Alarms allow you to determine actions that occur when specified criteria are met. You can define an unlimited number of alarms on potentially hundreds of real-time data points using thousands of combinations of logic. Alarms can be configured to email or run a pre-defined script to perform a task.

Geocortex Optimizer supports highly-distributed web-GIS architectures

Distributed Environments

Geocortex Optimizer supports highly-distributed web-GIS architectures composed of a variety of (physical or virtual) servers and software components that potentially run across different networks within the same organization. You can selectively enable different collectors for each respective instance.