The system and hardware requirements to run ArcGIS Enterprise SDK are listed below.
It is recommended that you review the deprecation notice to determine if your hardware and software components are still compatible with version 10.7.x.
Operating system requirements
The following 64-bit operating systems satisfy the minimum operating system requirements. Support is not provided for 32-bit operating systems; the setup will only proceed if the operating system is 64-bit.
|Supported operating systems||Latest update or service pack tested|
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 7
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 6
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12
Service Pack 4
Ubuntu Server LTS
Ubuntu Server LTS
CentOS Linux 7
CentOS Linux 6
Scientific Linux 7
Scientific Linux 6
Oracle Linux 7
Oracle Linux 6
Prior and future updates or service packs on these operating systems are supported unless otherwise stated. The operating system version and updates must also be supported by the operating system provider.
Esri Technical Support is available for CentOS, Scientific Linux, and Oracle Linux versions that provide full binary compatibility with an equivalent supported Red Hat version. As a prerequisite for logging a defect, any software issue on these operating systems must first be reproduced on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. For Oracle Linux, support is predicated on the use of the Red Hat compatible kernel.
Disk space requirements
Enterprise SDK with all features for JAVA requires approximately 250 MB of disk space.
Developer solutions (SDK) requirements
|Development platform||Supported and recommended IDEs||SDK requirement|
Eclipse IDE plug-ins, which offer an enhanced developer experience through templates, and project wizards, are provided with Enterprise SDK for the Java Platform and are supported in the IDEs listed below.
ArcGIS Server is required when deploying an SOE and ArcGIS Pro is required when publishing map services. However, ArcGIS Server and ArcGIS Pro do not need to be installed on the same machine where the ArcGIS Enterprise SDK is installed; they can be on remote machines.
Java Development Kit (JDK) version 8 Update 191 or later is supported.