Discover how ArcGIS leverages and integrates with Azure
ArcGIS and Azure deliver powerful cloud solutions for your mapping and analysis needs. Consistently scale to meet demand. Ensure reliability and high performance while reducing infrastructure costs. Maintain security requirements to protect your data. Use cloud native databases and storage services to leverage Azure’s highly resilient infrastructure. Deploy or virtualize a variety of ArcGIS products in Azure. ArcGIS also leverages Azure services to deliver high performance, scalable, and secure geographic information system (GIS) products.
ArcGIS Online leverages Azure
ArcGIS Online is a complete mapping and analysis solution delivered as software as a service (SaaS). It uses many Azure products and cloud services to deliver maps and apps that draw quickly and are highly scalable. Enjoy the ease and flexibility of fully managed infrastructure.
ArcGIS Enterprise on Microsoft Azure
Leverage your investments in Microsoft and Esri by deploying ArcGIS Enterprise, a complete geospatial system, in the Azure cloud. Read, use, and create cloud native Azure databases and storage services to leverage Azure’s highly resilient infrastructure.
ArcGIS Pro in the Azure Cloud
Securely access ArcGIS Pro, Esri’s professional desktop GIS software, through Azure’s virtual desktop. Reduce overhead and improve IT governance by centralizing your deployment and management. Use ArcGIS Pro to visualize and analyze data, create advanced 2D and 3D maps, and share your work from anywhere.
Combine enterprise-ready, real-time GIS technology with big data analytics powered by ArcGIS Velocity. Use a managed cloud service on Microsoft Azure Container Services—part of the Azure IoT Suite.
Esri Managed Cloud Services
Stay focused and extract value from your ArcGIS software while our cloud GIS experts handle the hosting and management details. Gain peace of mind knowing Esri Managed Cloud Services are built to suit your needs and will evolve with you.
Jumpstart service for ArcGIS Enterprise
A high-impact, cost-effective jumpstart package reduces the amount of time it takes to install, configure, and administer ArcGIS Enterprise. An Esri consultant will provide on-site configuration support and technology transfer for a smooth transition to the Azure cloud.
Common questions about ArcGIS on Azure
Yes. Esri’s flagship software, ArcGIS, runs on Azure. It leverages the Microsoft Azure cloud for infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), software as a service (SaaS), and managed services.
Yes. Esri provides licensing models that include on-premises, cloud, and hybrid implementations. These also consider perpetual, subscription, managed services, and Enterprise license agreement options. When a customer chooses to move to the cloud, Esri has several licensing models to support the decision.
Yes. Esri is investing resources to ensure Microsoft customers benefit from geospatial services that are integrated within Microsoft Office, SharePoint, Power BI, Power Automate, Dynamics 365, and Teams.
Esri offers advanced ArcGIS Location Services and authoritative content such as demographic data, imagery, earth sciences, and community-sourced basemaps for developer and partner use. These include startups, independent software vendors (ISVs), and system integrators (SIs).
Modernizing cloud infrastructure is a known process. For each customer, evaluation and planning is needed to assess your unique environment and requirements. Esri Professional Services (and select Esri Services partners) are available to participate in a joint discovery assessment and collaborate on project vision and scope. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Yes, ArcGIS has been successfully implemented with Microsoft Azure, Azure Government, and Azure Government Secret. Each can be considered accordingly for individual customer needs.
Some of the key areas where Esri and Microsoft have strong integration support include: field operations, Internet of Things (IoT), digital twin, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, BI reporting and analysis, and real-time visualization and analytics.
The ArcGIS Trust Center details the security framework and capabilities of ArcGIS and its cloud infrastructure providers, including Azure. You can also review the security and privacy certifications ArcGIS earned, including FedRAMP and ISO27k.
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