At each release, new versions of ArcGIS Enterprise Cloud Builder for Microsoft Azure and the Esri images on Microsoft Azure Marketplace are available.
For information on bug fixes, see the ArcGIS 10.7 issues addressed list.
The following sections describe new and improved functionality available in 10.7:
Estimate deployment costs
Before you create your deployment using ArcGIS Enterprise Cloud Builder for Microsoft Azure, you can estimate how much the Azure infrastructure—such as virtual machines, databases, and networks—will cost.
Azure Resource Manager templates available via GitHub
Templates are available that allow you to use Microsoft Azure Resource Manager (ARM) to deploy ArcGIS Enterprise, stand-alone and federated ArcGIS Server sites, and ArcGIS Pro on Azure instances. Download the templates from GitHub and use them as an entry point for automation scenarios that previously required using Cloud Builder.
Analyze machine and ArcGIS Server logs
You can use Microsoft Azure Monitor Logs to gather the machine and ArcGIS Server logs generated from your ArcGIS Server deployments on Azure into a log analytics workspace. You can also use Azure Montior Logs to incorporate Azure native management features such as Update Management and Alerting.
New ArcGIS Server role available
Use a domain account to run ArcGIS Windows services
If you join your deployment to an existing Azure Active Directory Domain Service, you can use a domain account to run the ArcGIS Windows services.
Register a Microsoft Azure SQL Database Managed Instance
Use ArcGIS Enterprise Cloud Builder for Microsoft Azure to register an Azure SQL Database Managed Instance with your ArcGIS Server sites on Azure.
Support for recently released Azure features
ArcGIS Enterprise Cloud Builder for Microsoft Azure provides more options when you provision the following resources: