The first webcast is already in the books, but you can still catch two more webcasts on Bing Maps Server, a new offering allowing enterprises to take advantage of Bing Maps behind the firewall:
On February 24 (that’s this Wednesday!) at 8AM Pacific Standard Time, we’ll begin kicking on a series of web casts to illustrate the technologies within and around the Bing Maps Server. There are currently 3 web casts scheduled as follow which dive deep into the solution as a whole, IT requirements and infrastructure, and developer aspects respectively. If you’re at all interested in the Bing Maps Server as an offline server solution for your geospatial mapping needs put all of these on your calendar.
Wednesday, 24 February 2010, 08:00 AM Pacific Standard Time:
Microsoft Bing Maps Server (Part 1 of 3): When the Internet Isn’t an Option
Wednesday, 3 March 2010, 08:00 AM Pacific Standard Time:
Microsoft Bing Maps Server (Part 2 of 3): Configuration and Management
Wednesday, 10 March 2010, 08:00 AM Pacific Standard Time:
Microsoft Bing Maps Server (Part 3 of 3): Developing Geospatial Applications
What is Bing Maps Server?
Bing Maps Server is the on-premise, off-line version of Microsoft’s Bing Maps for Enterprise web mapping platform. Bing Maps Server brings capabilities from Bing Maps for Enterprise behind a customer’s firewall, onto private or classified networks, and onto portable platforms. It’s an integrated set of visualization and search capabilities that delivers maps, imagery and geospatial analysis through a web browser.