ArcGIS Enterprise is designed to expand the use of maps and GIS apps within organizations. You can use ArcGIS apps to help people interact with maps and other items in your organization, as described below.
ArcGIS Dashboards allows you to monitor people, services, assets, and events in real time. Using Dashboards, you can create and share dashboards with your ArcGIS Enterprise portal. Dashboards include charts, gauges, maps, and other visual elements representing the activities and key performance indicators that are vital to meeting your objectives. ArcGIS Dashboards is included in the ArcGIS Enterprise portal.
ArcGIS Enterprise Sites
ArcGIS Enterprise Sites allows you to create a web page experience for your users to share your portal's authoritative GIS data with other departments. Organization members can go directly to the custom web page you create to find the content relevant to them. ArcGIS Enterprise Sites is included in the ArcGIS Enterprise portal.
ArcGIS Experience Builder
ArcGIS Experience Builder allows you to create unique web experiences using flexible layouts, content, and widgets that interact with 2D and 3D data. Start with templates to create mobile-adaptive apps, modify template layouts for a custom design on different screen sizes, or build apps from scratch. ArcGIS Experience Builder is included in the ArcGIS Enterprise portal.
ArcGIS Field Maps
ArcGIS Field Maps allows you to streamline field workflows and take maps anywhere. Mobile workers can use Field Maps to explore the maps you make in ArcGIS and collect and edit data from one app. Field Maps empowers mobile workers to take their maps anywhere, including offline and indoors, and it allows you to deploy maps and content to a single location. The Field Maps web app is included in the ArcGIS Enterprise portal.
You can learn more about the app in the ArcGIS Field Maps web help. For information specific to using ArcGIS Field Maps with ArcGIS Enterprise on Kubernetes, see the help installed with your ArcGIS Enterprise on Kubernetes deployment.
ArcGIS Instant Apps
ArcGIS Instant Apps is the next generation of Configurable Apps, providing a streamlined experience to share your maps using modernized no-code app templates that are compatible with the latest features of Map Viewer. Publish instantly with app defaults, modify essential settings in express setup mode, or use the full setup to search and configure all the available tools and settings to customize your app. In the gallery, you can search app capabilities to choose the right template and manage the apps you've created with Instant Apps. ArcGIS Instant Apps is included in the ArcGIS Enterprise portal.
ArcGIS QuickCapture is a field app that allows you to capture data fast. You can capture the location and attributes of assets or incidents as you travel. A project author determines the arrangement and display of buttons and the information they collect. You can also capture photos and sensor information from the device. ArcGIS QuickCapture designer is included in the ArcGIS Enterprise portal.
ArcGIS StoryMaps is a story authoring web-based app that allows you to share your maps in the context of narrative text and other multimedia content. You can use ArcGIS StoryMaps to author stories with the story builder, and publish, share, and manage your stories. The ArcGIS StoryMaps app is included in the ArcGIS Enterprise portal.
ArcGIS Web AppBuilder
ArcGIS Web AppBuilder is an intuitive what-you-see-is-what-you-get app that allows you to build web apps without writing code. With Web AppBuilder, you can build and customize apps that run on desktop, tablets, and smartphones with ready-to-use widgets for functionality such as querying, geoprocessing, and printing. Web AppBuilder is included in the ArcGIS Enterprise portal.
ArcGIS Workforce uses the power of location to achieve better coordination and teamwork in your field workforce. Get the right worker to the right place with the right tools to do the right job. Dispatchers use the Workforce web app to create and assign work, monitor progress, and see where workers are in real time. The Workforce web app is part of the ArcGIS Enterprise portal. Mobile workers use the Workforce mobile app to work through their personal To Do list and communicate status.
Additional apps that support ArcGIS Enterprise on Kubernetes
In addition to the mobile apps described in the sections above, the following apps are not a part of the ArcGIS Enterprise portal website, but you can use them with ArcGIS Enterprise on Kubernetes.