Layers are the contents of a map. They include a wide range of information about people, the earth, life, and so on, and are composed of imagery, tiles, features, and more. To add layers to a map, sign in to your organization and open Map Viewer. You can search for layers in your content or organization, or public layers in ArcGIS Online. You can also add layers from a URL.
When you save a map, the layers you added are saved with it, and the map appears on the My Content tab of the Content page.
The following table shows the layers you can add to a map and the method to use to add them. When you save the map, any items you've added are saved with the map and the map appears on your My Content tab on the content page.
|How you add it
ArcGIS Server service
Service types include feature, map, imagery, and tile services.
CSV file from a third-party data provider
Esri layers from ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World
You cannot currently configure ArcGIS Enterprise on Kubernetes with ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World content. However, you can add public ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World layers from ArcGIS Online from the web.
GeoJSON file (.json, .geojson)
Keyhole markup language (KML) document
Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Web Feature Service (WFS) layer
OGC Web Map Service (WMS) layer
OGC Web Map Tile Service (WMTS) layer
Public layers on ArcGIS Online
Tile layer from a third-party data provider
Web layers hosted in your organization
Layer types include feature layer, map image layer, imagery layer, and tile layer.
Search for layers available to you in your portal.