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What's New in ArcGIS Pro 2.9

As part of the ArcGIS 2021 Q4 release, ArcGIS Pro brings an all-new set of GIS capabilities to your already advanced toolkit. Experience new features, performance improvements, and productivity enhancements all inside ArcGIS Pro today. To catch up on all the new features within this release of ArcGIS Pro, view the What’s New in ArcGIS Pro 2.9  video below, or please continue reading to uncover a few highlights of this recent update. Did you by chance miss our What’s Coming in ArcGIS Pro blog? Feel free to catch up here on what you missed.

Cloud data warehouse support

ArcGIS Pro 2.9 now supports access to cloud data warehouses to allow you to view, analyze, and publish subsets of data. You can connect to Amazon RedshiftGoogle BigQuery, or Snowflake.

Knowledge graphs

Esri product called ArcGIS Knowledge that nables users to explore and analyze spatial, nonspatial, unstructured, and structured data to accelerate decision-making

ArcGIS Knowledge connects ArcGIS Pro to the enterprise graph store, enabling users to explore and analyze spatial, nonspatial, unstructured, and structured data to accelerate decision-making. Developed to seamlessly connect analysts to the data they need and the analytical tools they trust, ArcGIS Knowledge empowers collaborative all-source investigations and sharing of information across the enterprise. Analysts can visualize information through multiple perspectives like maps, link charts, histograms, and entity cards to solve spatial and nonspatial problems. ArcGIS Knowledge is a cost-effective and flexible way to add enterprise knowledge graph analytics to your existing ArcGIS investment.

Data Engineering

Data engineering inside ArcGIS Pro showing users how to export the statistics


Now…I could continue to tell you about what’s new, what’s exciting, what’s there to discover in ArcGIS Pro 2.9…but what’s the fun in that. Catch up on everything “Pro” through the recent What’s New in ArcGIS Pro 2.9 video today. Visualize how you can start mapping like a Pro today.


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About the author

Javier’s background includes an MBA from the University of San Francisco School of Management and a BA in Business Administration from Cal State University Dominguez Hills.

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