ArcGIS Enterprise 11.1 introduces new features for data management and administration, updates across applications, and enhanced functionality throughout the product. This page highlights some of the new features available at 11.1 and includes links to additional information for specific components and functionality.
For a list of issues that were fixed at 11.1, see the 11.1 Issues Addressed List.
Caution:Before upgrading to ArcGIS Enterprise 11.1, review considerations for upgrades.
It is recommended that you review the deprecation notice to determine if your hardware and software components are still compatible with version 11.1 and to see a list of functionality that has been deprecated.
For a product overview of ArcGIS Enterprise, review the functionality matrix.
- Enhance your organization's search results with the new Search using related terms item setting, which is enabled by default. Search results will include all items that contain the search term in the title or tags and any items that contain tags with related terms.
- Subscribe to service webhooks for geoprocessing and feature services. Learn how to create webhooks in ArcGIS Enterprise.
- Install and configure a new .NET 6 based ArcGIS Web Adaptor (IIS).
- Connect to ArcGIS Enterprise from ArcGIS AllSource to collaborate and build comprehensive answers using link analysis, 2D and 3D data, imagery, and motion imagery that helps answer critical questions for your organization.
For additional details about what's new in all ArcGIS Enterprise components, APIs, server roles, and apps, see other sections and links below.
ArcGIS Enterprise on Windows and Linux
There are new features and enhancements for apps in the portal.
- See What's new in ArcGIS Dashboards.
- See What's new in ArcGIS Enterprise Sites.
- See What's new in ArcGIS Excalibur.
- See What's new in ArcGIS Experience Builder.
- See What's new in ArcGIS Field Maps.
- See What's new in ArcGIS Instant Apps.
- See What's new in ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud.
- See What's new in ArcGIS Mission.
- See What's new in ArcGIS QuickCapture.
- See What's new in ArcGIS Solutions.
- See What's new in ArcGIS StoryMaps.
- See What's new in ArcGIS Web AppBuilder.
- See What's new in ArcGIS Workforce.
APIs and SDK
- Developers can use custom data feeds to write code that connects into custom data formats and serves that data as feature services. It is developed using the ArcGIS Enterprise SDK and must be installed on the same machine as ArcGIS Server.
- See what's new for developers in ArcGIS Server administration, Portal administration, ArcGIS Services Directory, and the ArcGIS Portal Directory.
- See ArcGIS API for Python documentation.
- See ArcGIS Enterprise SDK documentation.
ArcGIS Enterprise on Kubernetes
ArcGIS Enterprise on Kubernetes is a cloud-native deployment option for ArcGIS Enterprise. It is available alongside Windows and Linux deployment options. It delivers ArcGIS Enterprise in a containerized architecture, running in either your organization's Kubernetes platform or your cloud provider's Kubernetes service.
See the ArcGIS Enterprise on Kubernetes help to learn more.
Review each notice below and determine whether they impact your organization's workflows.
End of support for ArcMap-based workflows
At this release, ArcMap-based workflows are no longer supported in ArcGIS Enterprise. The software at versions 11.0 and later includes ArcGIS Pro-based runtime and does not include ArcMap-based runtime.
This change may impact your workflows as it means the following are no longer supported in 11.0 and later:
- Installing ArcMap on the same machine as ArcGIS Server
- Using ArcMap to publish services (including ArcPy based in ArcMap) to ArcGIS Server sites
- Using ArcGIS Server Manager to publish an .sd file that originated from ArcMap
- Building or consuming ArcObjects SOEs and SOIs
- Administering or publishing services from ArcMap to ArcGIS Server
- Starting services that were created from ArcMap-based runtime
Support for .NET framework-based extensions built with ArcGIS Enterprise SDK
ArcGIS Pro 3.0 introduces support for .NET 6.0. To stay in sync with this change, the ArcGIS Enterprise SDK also requires .NET 6.0 and has removed support for SOEs/SOIs built using 4.8 and earlier versions of the .NET Framework. Learn more in the ArcGIS Enterprise SDK .NET guide.