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  1. ArcGIS Enterprise 11.0 Yes, we’re turning it up to 11
  2. Recent ArcGIS Enterprise releases Jan April July Oct Jan April July Oct 2021 2022
  3. ArcGIS Enterprise 11.0 Release Highlights
  4. Release highlights • ArcMap-based runtime removal. The ArcGIS Server component only contains the ArcGIS Pro-based runtime. Customers that are upgrading toArcGIS Enterprise 11.x from earlier versions should migrate any services that were published from ArcMap. • ServiceWebhooks (beta). Service webhooks for feature services and geoprocessing services are available as a beta feature. • ArcGIS Enterprise SDK transition to .NET 6 from .NET Framework. • Log4j Remediation.All Log4j libraries are updated. • ArcGIS Enterprise on Kubernetes support for disconnected environments. Deploy, upgrade, and manage the software in environments disconnected from the internet, while retaining the benefits of cloud-native software. • Autoscaling inArcGIS Enterprise on Kubernetes. Set targets for computing or memory utilization and upper limits for automatically scaling resources to respond to unpredictable demand.
  5. ArcGIS Enterprise 11.0 on Windows and Linux is a short-term release that builds upon previous releases of ArcGIS Enterprise and introduces new features, apps, and improved functionality. At the same time, it is also a significant release that moves away from older generations of technology. We are retiring several features; this is the reason for the major version change from 10 to 11.
  6. ArcGIS Portal Updates Map Viewer  New Layer Effects: drop shadow, bloom, blur  Pop up improvements • HTML pop ups • Pop up for imagery layers • Arcade-driven clustering pop ups  Ability to duplicate feature layers  Ada GeoJSON layers via URL  Sketch enhancements  Add and configure OGC WMS, WFS, WMTS layers  Support for changing projections in the Basemap gallery  Support for chart: bar, line, histogram, scatter plots Hierarchical categories for organization members: Set up hierarchal categories for organizing members according to characteristics, such as department, location, and expertise. Administrators and members with the correct privileges can filter the list of members by member category. Member categories are also displayed on the member's user settings page. Share ArcGIS StoryMaps through distributed collaboration Esri Raster Basemap moving to mature support: It is being recommended that customers running Versions of Enterprise supporting Esri vector basemaps, switch to using vector basemaps by default. Retired basemaps will be marked with a “Deprecated” badge on the item details page.
  7. Content and Data Management Updates for Cloud DWH support  4 types of data charts using DBMS processing: bar chart, line chart, scatter plot, histogram  Advanced options parameter for DB connection: Amazon Redshift from ArcGIS, Google BigQuery from ArcGIS, Snowflake from ArcGIS  BigQuery updates: Java SDS feature services Added Geohex and Geosquare in Enable Feature Binning  Redshift updates: Support Geohash in Enable Feature Binning Ability to publish and export geopackages: Users can publish a geopackage as a hosted feature layer Reassign content and receive content: Organization members can reassign content they own to other members without having to ask an administrator to perform the change. Response caching: Response caching is a backend server caching mechanism that significantly increases performance and scalability for data server from hosted feature services stored in a relational data store. User-managed graph datastore: A user-owned + licensed Neo4J database can now be registered with ArcGIS to create knowledge graphs. Only for ArcGIS Enterprise that federated with ArcGIS Knowledge server site. Custom data feeds (beta)  Allow users to expose their data with ArcGIS Enterprise without registering or physically transferring it into ArcGIS Enterprise, so the user's data remains in its native format and location, but is served via ArcGIS enterprise.  Addition to ArcGIS Enterprise components.  Use Custom Data Feeds to create read only feature services from custom data providers.
  8. Administration Log4j remediation: ArcGIS Enterprise 11.0 contains a full remediation of the Log4j version library containing the security vulnerability CVE-2021-44228. Approve external apps for organization members: Restrict members access to only approved external apps for enhanced security within the organization. Operation Health script  Scan your organization for operational health issues using a new Python script now included with Portal for ArcGIS component: operationalHealth.py.  This script checks for problems based on some of the best practices for delivering a stable, optimized, and highly functional Enterprise deployment. Automatically run administrative reports: Reports can be scheduled to run daily, weekly, or monthly within the Enterprise portal.
  9. ArcGIS Enterprise 11.0 Significant changes
  10. Breaking changes inArcGIS Enterprise 11.0 Removal of the ArcMap-based runtime Move of ArcGIS Enterprise SDK to .NET 6 Removal of classic Esri Story Maps Removal of ArcGIS Dashboards Classic Removal of Presentation for Map Viewer Classic Removal of many Configurable Apps
  11. ArcMap-based runtime removal ArcGIS Enterprise 11.0 – fresh install Unable to publish new services fromArcMap. Deprecated data sources will no longer work. IBM Informix | IBM Db2 for z/OS | Raster catalogs | etc. ArcObjects SOEs and SOIs will need to be migrated to theArcGIS Enterprise SDK.
  12. ArcMap-based runtime removal ArcGIS Enterprise 11.0 – upgrade from an earlier version Direct upgrades fromArcGIS Enterprise 10.7+ will be supported. Always remember to back up ArcGIS Enterprise before upgrading. ArcGIS Enterprise will now remind you to back up. CompatibleArcMap-based services will be automatically migrated to theArcGIS Pro-based runtime during the upgrade. Non-compatibleArcMap-based services will be stopped, and unable to start, after an upgrade.These must be manually migrated.
  13. ArcMap-based runtime removal ArcGIS Server Manager - after an upgrade Banner will display if you have non-compatible services that weren’t migrated to the ArcGIS Pro-based runtime. This banner can be turned on and off. Option to sort by Service Runtime.
  14. ArcGIS Enterprise SDK update • ArcGIS Pro 3.0 is moving to .NET 6 from today's .NET Framework 4.8. • ArcGIS Enterprise SDK is also moving its .NET support to the new generation of .NET. • Removal of support for SOEs/SOIs built using the traditional .NET Framework. • With Enterprise SDK update, Microsoft .NET 6.0 must be available on the user’s machine in order to install .NET Extensibility feature. Transition to .NET 6 from .NET framework
  15. • The following apps will not be present in ArcGIS Enterprise 11.0: • ArcGIS Dashboards Classic • Esri classic Story Map templates • Presentation for Map Viewer Classic • All Configurable App templates except the following which are still available: Basic Viewer, Compare, Crowdsource Manager, Crowdsource Polling, Crowdsource Reporter, GeoForm, Image Mask, Image Visit • Customers are encouraged to migrate their content to the next generations of these applications- ideally before an upgrade to 11.x. • If any retired apps are present during an upgrade, the item will still remain in the Enterprise portal but will be inaccessible if viewed App retirements in the Enterprise portal
  16. ArcGIS Enterprise 11.0 ConsiderArcGIS Enterprise 10.9.1 first
  17. Consider upgrading to 10.9.1 before 11.0 ArcGIS Enterprise 11 is a big shift away from older technologies. TheArcMap-based runtime and several first-generation web applications have been retired in 11.0. ArcGIS Enterprise 10.9.1 is a long-term support release, giving plenty of time to prepare before upgrading to 11.x. Upgrade to ArcGIS Enterprise 11.x when you’re ready with minimal disruption. Read more in the Consider ArcGIS Enterprise 10.9.1 until you’re ready to turn it up to 11 blog.
  18. Introduced in ArcGIS Enterprise 10.9, more functionality added in 10.9.1 • Can be run in two modes: • Analysis • Execution • Migrates all compatible services • Accessible through ArcGIS Server Manager • Migrate compatible services individually Update ArcMap Services Utility Edit Runtime Operation ArcMap-based runtime migration tooling
  19. There is be an option for ArcMap Runtime Support when upgrading or installing ArcGIS Server. The ArcMap service runtime includes Python 2.x, so disabling the runtime also removes Python 2.x. Without the ArcMap service runtime, any existing services using the ArcMap service runtime must be migrated to the Pro service runtime. OptionalArcMap RuntimeSupport feature Only inArcGIS Enterprise 10.9.1
  20. ArcGISStoryMaps,ArcGIS Dashboards, andArcGIS InstantApps All are only inArcGIS Enterprise 10.9.1 • ArcGIS Enterprise 10.9.1 is the only release to include Esri Story Map classic templates,ArcGIS Dashboards Classic, and all of theArcGIS Configurable apps side by sideArcGIS StoryMaps,ArcGIS Dashboards, andArcGIS InstantApps • Take advantage of all of these applications being in one release by being able to create new apps in the same organization as your old ones.
  21. ArcGIS Enterprise 10.9.1 will be supported until 2027 All are only inArcGIS Enterprise 10.9.1 • ArcGIS Enterprise 10.9.1 is a long-term support release, guaranteeing support until December 2021. • Only long-term support release to include all the features covered in this blog. • Plenty of time to plan and execute upgrading to ArcGIS Enterprise 11.0 once organizations are ready. • ArcGIS Enterprise 10.9.1 will be the last release to support Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (RHEL7) and derivative Linux distributions includingCentOS 7, Scientific Linux 7, andOracle Linux 7. (https://support.esri.com/en/technical-article/000026774)