Introducing ArcGIS Monitor

Medical doctors use tools to monitor patients’ health, diagnose problems, and help determine how to treat illnesses. Now, IT administrators and GIS managers can use a new tool, ArcGIS Monitor, to perform those activities on ArcGIS implementations.

Esri is super excited to announce the launch of ArcGIS Monitor – a tool uniquely tailored to maximize your GIS and IT infrastructure investment by monitoring the health of your ArcGIS Enterprise implementations.

A sample dashboard for ArcGIS Monitor.

The primary goal of ArcGIS Monitor is to help you efficiently and effectively operate and manage your ArcGIS technology implementations by providing actionable insights into your system usage and performance. Deploying ArcGIS Monitor in your system will:

The design and development of ArcGIS Monitor are based on real-world Esri Professional Services experiences to help customers diagnose and resolve system performance problems, and achieve a deeper understanding of actual system resource usage. It monitors both software and infrastructure components of an Esri Platform implementation.

Key Features

ArcGIS Monitor features holistic monitoring of all system tiers, including:

Web activity

Software components


Cloud deployments






How it works

ArcGIS Monitor collects data at regular intervals (1, 5, 30, and 60 minutes) and aggregates it hourly and daily. It’s capable of high-volume data collection and statistical analysis, and retains data at three levels:

The program performs non-intrusive monitoring and metrics collection – there are no agents in your system. And it produces actionable reports, either from templates or customized for your organization, at the frequency you choose (real-time, hourly, daily, and monthly). The program will provide alerts and notifications to your administrator.

ArcGIS Monitor helps bridge the gap between IT and GIS. Its comprehensive capabilities are uniquely tailored to work with ArcGIS software, and can fit into any organization’s existing monitoring ecosystem.

We’re excited to release ArcGIS Monitor on January 17! To learn more, please visit the following resources:

ArcGIS Monitor Product Page

ArcGIS Monitor System Requirements

ArcGIS Monitor Help Documentation

ArcGIS Monitor GeoNet Community

ArcGIS Monitor Frequently Asked Questions

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