ArcGIS Notebook Server is an ArcGIS Server role that is licensed and configured for the purpose of hosting notebooks. The server role uses containers to host and run ArcGIS Notebooks and provides a separate and secure environment for the notebooks without interfering with the host operating system.
Starting at 10.7.1, multiple machines can be joined in an ArcGIS Notebook Server site, allowing you to expand your machine resources for hosting and executing notebooks. If you want to deploy a multiple-machine site, some additional steps are required, as detailed in Join additional machines to an ArcGIS Notebook Server site.
Use this guide to install and configure the software. The installation process for ArcGIS Notebook Server is different from that for other ArcGIS Server roles. Read the installation guide carefully, and complete the installation steps in the order they are presented.
An overview of the steps to install ArcGIS Notebook Server is below. Complete each step in order, and review all sections of the installation guide documentation as you go.
- Read the following introductory material in this guide to become familiar with the software:
- Complete your ArcGIS Enterprise base deployment. Whether you are upgrading from an earlier version or installing a new deployment, you must have all software components—the ArcGIS Enterprise portal, an ArcGIS Server site designated as the hosting server, and an instance of ArcGIS Data Store—installed and running the 10.9 software.
- Review the system requirements and make any necessary adjustments to the machine you'll be using. Read the entire system requirements topic.
- Set up Docker on your machine. Download the appropriate software from the Docker Hub store, install it on your machine, and configure the various settings required for ArcGIS Notebook Server to use.
- Obtain your materials from the My Esri website: the software installer and the container images corresponding to your license level.
For users with a Standard license, download the Standard container image. For users with an Advanced license, download both the Standard and the Advanced container images.
- Install the ArcGIS Notebook Server software on your machine. You can do this using the provided installer, or install silently. There are separate help topics for these two options.
- Configure your ArcGIS Notebook Server site. The three primary steps are as follows:
- Create a site for your ArcGIS Notebook Server machine.
- Add your OS account to a Docker group.
- Run the postinstallation utility to configure Docker with ArcGIS Notebook Server.
- Join any additional machines to your new site. This help topic also explains other requisites for multiple-machine site setup.
- Install and configure an instance of ArcGIS Web Adaptor with your ArcGIS Notebook Server site. If you want to use a reverse proxy server with the site, there are instructions to do so as well.
- Configure your site with your ArcGIS Enterprise portal. Federate the server site with the portal, and designate it as the portal's notebook server. This allows you to create ArcGIS Notebooks that run in your ArcGIS Notebook Server site. Finally, create one or more custom portal member roles to grant your notebook authors the necessary privileges.