Esri Geoportal Server is a free, open-source, standards-based metadata catalog management application that enables the discovery and use of geospatial and nongeospatial resources. It consists of two stand-alone components—Server and Harvester—and complements ArcGIS for organizations managing, serving, and harvesting metadata.
Currently using ArcGIS? Esri also provides metadata management, data catalog tools, and search capabilities to share open and secure content in an integrated way.
What can Esri Geoportal Server do?
How Esri Geoportal Server works
Esri Geoportal Server includes capabilities for generating and registering metadata for a variety of geospatial content, including raster and vector datasets, image collections, web services, analyses, GIS tools, maps, and publications.
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INSPIRE Geoportal of Ireland
INSPIRE Geoportal of Ireland complies with the EU INSPIRE Directive and promotes the sharing and effective use of geographic information.
ArcGIS provides several metadata, catalog, and search capabilities to share open and secure content in an integrated way.
Document the content and project items you create and use with standards-based metadata in ArcGIS Pro, a next generation desktop GIS.
Apply detailed metadata to your ArcGIS Server services and federated ArcGIS Enterprise portal to ensure that your services are found, used, and attributed correctly.
With Hub included in ArcGIS Online, share open and secure content via a configurable catalog and federate using standards-based web services, metadata, and catalog feeds.
ArcGIS for INSPIRE Classic
Prepare harmonized INSPIRE spatial data and web services, metadata, and catalog discovery services pursuant to the European Union (EU) INSPIRE Directive.
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