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ArcGIS Hub is a cloud-based engagement tool that can be used to share open data, organize progress around shared initiatives, collaborate with those inside and outside of your organization, and build modern websites using drag and drop methods.
ArcGIS Hub is available at two license levels, Basic and Premium.
ArcGIS Hub Basic enables organization members to create customizable sites and pages, share content, collaborate on internal teams, access select initiative templates, integrate surveys, and utilize sharing controls. ArcGIS Hub Basic is included in all ArcGIS Online subscriptions.
With ArcGIS Hub Premium, organizations can create initiatives to get started with pre-designed sites, web maps, and story maps. They can also create custom initiatives to organize content around their unique goals and projects. Initiatives enable staff to invite stakeholders, such as volunteers, partners, students, to the core team. Core teams can also use events, calls-to-action, and messaging to connect with people interested their work. ArcGIS Hub Premium requires an additional purchased license.
Find additional details on the Esri website here.
Yes, Sidwell has been designated with the Esri ArcGIS Hub Specialty.
The following browsers are supported. Use the latest version for best performance.
- iOS Safari
- Chrome for Android
ArcGIS Pro is a single desktop GIS application that supports data visualization, advanced analysis, and authoritative data maintenance in both 2D and 3D.
Yes, ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Pro can coexist on the same workstation. We encourage our clients to start working with ArcGIS Pro.
ArcGIS Pro is commonly used by Sidwell clients for GIS data creation and management, parcel editing, geoprocessing for FARMS, sharing data with users, and publishing data to ArcGIS Online and Enterprise.
Yes. Sidwell solutions including Map Plotter, FARMS, and Parcel Administrator are compatible with ArcGIS Pro.
The system requirements for ArcGIS Pro can be found here.
ArcGIS Enterprise is a foundational software system for GIS that introduces a smoother way to apply security, analyze data, collaborate, and create cross-platform maps and applications. It is the backbone for running the Esri suite of applications and your own custom applications. ArcGIS Enterprise can be run on local infrastructure such as server machines, cloud infrastructure such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microsoft Azure, or a mix of the two deployments.
ArcGIS Enterprise is comprised of four components that work together to provide comprehensive functionality for web mapping, image exploitation, real-time data handling, large-volume batch analysis, and spatial data science:
✔ ArcGIS Server (includes ArcGIS Server Manager)
✔ ArcGIS Web Adaptor
✔ ArcGIS Enterprise Portal
✔ ArcGIS Data Store
SDE and SQL are also typically components.
Yes. Sidwell offers additional configuration options for ArcGIS Enterprise including: ArcGIS Image Server, ArcGIS GeoAnalytics Server, ArcGIS Field Apps, ArcGIS Hub, ArcGIS Monitor, ArcGIS Insights, ArcGIS Dashboards, and Application development (stand up apps, scripting, etc.).
While not typically mentioned with ArcGIS Enterprise, ArcSDE/SQL Server can be part of the configuration and installation process.
While you can run ArcGIS Enterprise without ArcSDE/SQL Server, you won’t have full access to certain functions (i.e. feature services, collector).
ArcGIS Online is a collaborative web GIS that allows you to use, create, and share maps, scenes, apps, layers, analytics, and data.
You get access to content in ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World, ArcGIS apps, and cloud infrastructure, where you can add items; publish web layers; and create maps, apps, and scenes.
You can easily publish and share your GIS data through the use of mobile devices, tablets, and your desktop.
For the best performance with the ArcGIS Online website, use the latest version of a browser listed below.
- Google Chrome
- Microsoft Edge
- Mozilla Firefox
Yes, Sidwell has been designated with the Esri ArcGIS Online Specialty.
Yes. To access all the capabilities of ArcGIS Online, your organization needs to purchase an annual subscription.
The parcel fabric provides a comprehensive framework for managing, editing, and sharing parcel data in the ArcGIS platform.
Parcel Fabric is compatible with both ArcMap and ArcGIS Pro.
Yes. Sidwell offers Parcel Fabric Workflow Support, providing front-line support for tools, workflows, and best practices to users working in the parcel fabric data model — for both ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Pro.
Yes, a data migration is necessary to upgrade from ArcMap to ArcGIS Pro.