The workflows available in ArcGIS Enterprise on Kubernetes are described below and links to information about specific functionality are provided. For a list of issues that were addressed at this release, see Release notes.
Service webhooks (beta)
Service webhooks for geoprocessing and feature services are available as a beta feature. While in beta, these features may not be feature complete and may have known performance or quality issues. To receive limited assistance with service webhooks, and to leave feedback on their functionality, refer to their dedicated Early Adopter Community (EAP) site. While in beta, service webhooks will not be supported by Esri Technical Support.
Learn how to create webhooks in ArcGIS Enterprise.
- ArcGIS Enterprise on Kubernetes is supported in disconnected environments.
- When a required update is available, you must apply it before upgrading to 11.0 or a subsequent release. Required updates include functional requirements and are a prerequisite to the latest software release. Review the
to learn about issues addressed in the latest required update. release notes
- Enable horizontal auto scaling on GIS services to maximize efficiency across system resources.
- Configure advanced portal options through the ArcGIS Portal Directory (Sharing API).
- Restrict member access to only approved external apps for enhanced security.
- Configure routing services to get directions and perform analysis in various apps.
- Specify additional settings for your routing services using a properties file. You can configure settings such as the minimum and maximum number of service instances or the default values for the service parameters.
- Use the Notifications pop-up at the top of each page in ArcGIS Enterprise Manager to view administrative task activities pertaining to services, deployments, logs, and backups.
For details about these new features, see What's new in the ArcGIS Enterprise Administrator API.
- Bulgarian is a new language option for viewing the ArcGIS Enterprise portal.
Mapping and visualization
- Use flow smart mapping style in Map Viewer to display vector field data in imagery layers using animated streamlines and wavefronts to represent direction and magnitude.
- Change the appearance of your map by applying effects to a whole layer or a subset of features in a layer. For example, you can apply a bloom effect to a layer showing volcanic eruptions or apply the Bloom + Transparency effect to an earthquakes layer to draw attention to earthquakes over a certain magnitude.
- Configure pop-ups for imagery layers in Map Viewer.
- Sketching has been enhanced with support for snapping and other improvements.
- Add search results to a new or existing sketch layer in Map Viewer. Search results are saved with the map and each location or feature's style and pop-up can be configured in the sketch layer.
- Save layers as new items in My Content. Use Save as new layer when you want to preserve your layer configurations and reuse them in other maps. Supported layer types are hosted feature layers and ArcGIS Server feature services.
- Duplicate feature layers in Map Viewer to configure styling, pop-ups, and filtering based on multiple values in the same map without affecting the configuration of the source layer.
- Control the display of overlapping features in a layer by setting the feature display order.
- Add Arcade elements to your pop-ups. Using Arcade elements can help reduce duplication in logic when working with multiple attribute expressions and can provide greater control over the data and content in a pop-up.
- Add and configure OGC WFS, WMTS, and WMS layers in Map Viewer.
- Configure floor-aware maps in Map Viewer.
- Add GeoJSON layers from a URL in Map Viewer.
- Keyboard shortcuts are now available to help you complete common workflows. To view the full list of keyboard shortcuts in Map Viewer, press Alt+? on Windows or Option+? on Mac.
- Change projections in the Basemap gallery in Map Viewer.
- Publish web tools with a synchronous geoprocessing service.
- Use WGS 1984 scene layers with local scenes in Web Mercator to leverage thousands of ArcGIS Online scene layers.
- Scene Viewer now supports creating local scenes in WGS 1984.
- Scene Viewer has expanded support of OGC layer types by allowing you to add WFS layers to your scenes.
- By default, scenes now use WebGL2 to render 3D graphics, which lays the groundwork for future performance and visualization enhancements.
- Create a scene-based app from the Designer in Scene Viewer. Choose either the Instant Apps, Experience Builder, or ArcGIS StoryMaps templates to create apps with custom functionality.
- Add voxel scene layers, which display multidimensional volumetric 3D or 4D data, to local scenes in Scene Viewer. You can visualize atmospheric or oceanic data, geological underground models, or space-time cubes using voxel scene layers.
Sharing and collaboration
- Highlight important content in your group by curating a featured content gallery on the Overview tab of the group page. Administrators can also include the curated featured content on the organization's home page.
- Two new privileges—Reassign content and Receive content—allow organization members to transfer content between them. Organization members can reassign content they own to other members without having to ask an administrator to perform the change.
- A new option is available when adding folder data stores—NFS host and path—that allows you to add a network file share that ArcGIS Enterprise will mount to the Kubernetes cluster.
- Oracle and SAP HANA database data store items are now supported in ArcGIS Enterprise on Kubernetes.
- Export to an Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) GeoPackage file when you export data from a hosted feature layer.
- Publish a hosted feature layer from the contents of an OGC GeoPackage file.
- Author and configure forms for editing in Map Viewer. You can define forms to help the users of your map edit field values.
- A new option is available when you create a hosted feature layer to define the layers and tables to be included in a blank layer. After you create the hosted feature layer, add fields to the layers.
- The workflow for creating hosted feature layer views has been improved, with the view definition now set as part of the view creation process. You can still alter the view definition later from the hosted feature layer view's details page, but now your hosted feature layer view contains the right content as soon as you create it.