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Esri GeoConX 2017: A Look Back in Photos

September 28, 2017 By: Jessica Hartbauer

Join us as we look back at the success of Esri GeoConX 2017, with candid photos of users, Esri staff, SSP partners, and our own team.

Implementing PostgreSQL for ArcGIS Part III: Backup and Restore

September 19, 2017 By: Brian Higgins

In Part I of the series, we introduced PostgreSQL as a viable Enterprise Geodatabase alternative. When we left off, we had a connection to an ArcGIS 10.2.1 database, and were…

Benefits of SSP Sync

September 12, 2017 By: Sarah Alban

Benefits of SSP Sync SSP Sync is both a tool and strategy for migration, designed to reduce the risk and cost associated with migration while enabling business continuity and change…

Using GIS to Manage Ethernet Virtual Circuits and the Network they are Provisioned On

September 6, 2017 By: Ryan Potts

For years GIS has been used to document and manage the assets and related connectivity representing the physical network model of a communications network. Lately, SSP has seen greater interest…

HCA and Risk Analysis for Liquids Operators: An Overview

By: Clarke Wiley Corey Staley, Integrity EPC, Guest Author

Facing increasing regulations around pipeline safety, some organizations refine their HCA and risk analysis for liquids operators with advanced technology.

How to Build a Web API with .Net Core

September 4, 2017 By: Sung Bae

This article explains step by step instructions on setting up a web API using RESTful practice with Visual Studio Code, .net core, and IIS.