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FME Workshop - server technology - PM session

  • May 02, 2019
  • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Bayview Club, 25 Fairway Heights Drive, Thornhill, ON L3T 3X1

Registration

  • up until March 31

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How to leverage FME server technology to Integrate, Validate and Automate your data processes


Join BeSpatial Day 2  event and take in this 3 hour Afternoon workshop

Thursday May 02,  1-4:00 PM

(no cost if registered for May 1 event before the early bird rate ends on March 31)

Bayview Club, 25 Fairway Heights Drive, Thornhill, ON  L3T 3X1

presents a hands-on workshop

How to leverage FME server technology to Integrate, Validate and Automate your data processes

FME Server lets you go further! This software solution leverage FME Workspaces to accomplish more—such as automating and orchestrating complex data movements across your organization.

In this 3-hour workshop, learn how FME Server, an ETL-based technology with a rich spatial toolset allows you to leverage your geospatial data in automated workflows. We will use FME Workspaces built the morning workshop to automate these processes using different mechanisms such as:

  • ·        Job scheduling
  • ·        Automatic job triggering through directory watching
  • ·        Notifications

Note: If you haven’t participated in the morning workshop, Introduction to FME, pre-built FME workspaces will be provided.

Agenda

Introduction to FME Server

  • ·        What FME Server does?
  • ·        Explore the FME Server interface
  • ·        Publishing FME Workspaces to FME Server

Creating FME Server processes and services

  • ·        Scheduling and managing tasks
  • ·        Implementing on-demand tasks

Who should attend?

Anybody who needs to manage data

Pre-Requisites: General knowledge of GIS and FME.

Join us on May 2. 

REGISTER here.

The 1/2 day event will be hosted by BeSpatial. For information on how you may participate, please contact: Cindy BeSpatial


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