We ( as in the municipality of Frederikssund, Denmark) has a medium size enterprise installation of Qgis 2.8 at around 100 local installations of Qgis 2.8 in a Windows-7 64 bit environment. There is no significant problems with this installation.

The largest problem by far was to sift through a mountain sized heap of tab files from an older installation of MapInfo and determine which should be restructured, cleaned and imported to our MS-SQLServer based database environment.


In the near future - probably a month - We are doing a roll out of Qgis 2.18 to around 250 Windows workstations using this method:

"https://github.com/Frederikssund/Alternativ-QGIS-installation"; (don't worry about the Danish readme.md - there is documentation in English too ;-)

If you have a large amount of different layers / tables, I suggest you take a look at the "QLR Browser" plugin. This plugin provides an immense help to structure user access to a large number of layers:

And of course: Use a database to store your data. Preferably Postgres/PostGIS (Open source and IMHO the most powerful spatial database), but MS-SQL Server or Oracle will do If you don't have a choice regarding database systems.

Regards

Bo Victor Thomsen

GIS & Database specialist

Municipality of Frederikssund


Den 04/11/16 kl. 04:24 skrev Grant Boxer:

I am using QGIS in a single stand-alone situation and I was wondering what examples there are of medium to large corporations using QGIS as their GIS platform and what issues you need to be aware of in large multi-user QGIS situations?

Grant Boxer

Perth, Western Australia



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