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ArcGIS Data Store 10.7.x system requirements

The system and hardware requirements that are required to run ArcGIS Data Store are listed below. ArcGIS Data Store is a component of ArcGIS Enterprise; they both support the same operating systems and browsers.

It's recommended that you review the deprecation notice to determine if your hardware and software components are still compatible with ArcGIS Data Store 10.7 and 10.7.1.

Windows 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.

Machines with an underscore (_) in their names are not supported. Several widely used Internet host name specifications have designated the underscore character as nonstandard. Although Microsoft Windows allows you to use the underscore in a machine name, it can still cause problems when you interact with other servers and platforms. For this reason, ArcGIS Data Store will not proceed with installation on servers that have an underscore in the host name.

ArcGIS Data Store is not supported on domain controllers. Installing ArcGIS Data Store on a domain controller may adversely affect functionality.


ArcGIS Data Store requires Microsoft Visual C++ 2017 Redistributables (x64). If the Visual C++ 2017 Redistributables are not installed, running setup.exe will install them. Running setup.msi will not install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2017 Redistributables (x64); therefore, you must install Microsoft Visual C++ 2017 Redistributables (x64) before you can run setup.msi.

Supported operating systems Latest update or service pack tested

Windows Server 2019 Standard and Datacenter (64 bit [EM64T])

April 2019 updates

Windows Server 2016 Standard and Datacenter (64 bit [EM64T])

April 2019 updates

Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard and Datacenter (64 bit [EM64T])

April 2019 updates

Windows Server 2012 Standard and Datacenter (64 bit [EM64T])

April 2019 updates

Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard, Enterprise, and Datacenter (64 bit [EM64T])

SP1 with April 2019 updates

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.


Windows 10, 8.1, and 7 are supported for basic testing and application development use only. They are not recommended for deployment in a production environment.

Supported operating systemsLatest update or service pack tested

Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise (64 bit [EM64T])

April 2019 updates

Windows 8.1 Pro and Enterprise (64 bit [EM64T])

April 2019 updates

Windows 7 Ultimate, Professional, and Enterprise (64 bit [EM64T])

SP1 with April 2019 updates

Disk space requirements

To install and configure ArcGIS Data Store requires a minimum of 13 GB of available disk space on the system drive. This is the minimum disk space requirement for a machine with one empty data store type; it does not take into account the data you will store in the data store or backup files that might be stored on the machine. Given this requirement, you should plan to install ArcGIS Data Store on machines with large quantities of available disk space.


When a relational or tile cache data store machine contains less than 10 GB of free disk space, ArcGIS Data Store begins logging warnings that you are running out of disk space. When free disk space on spatiotemporal big data store machines reaches 20 percent, ArcGIS Data Store begins logging warnings that you are running out of disk space. Monitor your data store logs so you are aware when a machine begins to run out of disk space. Once the disk drive contains less than 1 GB of free space, relational data stores are placed in read-only mode, and tile cache and spatiotemporal big data stores are shut down.

To determine the amount of disk space needed on a dedicated ArcGIS Data Store machine, you need to take all of the following into consideration:

  • The software installation uses 800 MB of disk space.
  • Each data store uses an additional amount of space when created and still empty:
    • Tile cache data store = 1 MB
    • Spatiotemporal big data store = 200 MB
    • Relational data store = 2.5 GB*

    *An empty relational data store uses up to 2.5 GB of disk space over time, to support high availability and a reliable backup policy. Upon configuration of the relational data store, approximately 200 MB of disk space is used. The amount of disk space used by the empty relational data store will grow by about 200 MB per hour over the course of 11 hours until settling at 2.5 GB at that time. Data stored in the system during use is in addition to this baseline storage requirement.

  • You need to estimate the amount of disk space needed for the data stored in the data stores.
  • Backup files stored on the data store machine also consume disk space. If you do not configure backups to be written to a shared location, you must plan for this additional use of disk space.

Memory requirements

The minimum memory required to configure a single, empty ArcGIS Data Store on a machine varies by type. Meeting the minimum free memory requirements ensures the data store will start. Once in use, additional memory is required.

The following minimum memory requirements assume you install each type of ArcGIS Data Store on its own machine; no other data store type or ArcGIS Enterprise component is installed on the machine. Amounts listed reflect the amount of free memory that must be available on the machine before installing ArcGIS Data Store and configuring a data store.

  • Relational data store = 9 GB
  • Spatiotemporal big data store = 16 GB
  • Tile cache data store = 8 GB

Firewall settings

ArcGIS Data Store uses specific ports to communicate with your portal and ArcGIS Server.

  • HTTPS port—ArcGIS Data Store is accessed via secured port 2443.
  • Data store ports—Relational data stores communicate through port 9876. Tile cache data stores communicate through ports 29080 and 29081. Spatiotemporal big data stores communicate through ports 9220 and 9320.

Supported web browsers

ArcGIS Data Store Administration Resources requires one of the following web browsers to be installed:

  • Google Chrome
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 11
  • Microsoft Edge

ArcGIS Enterprise on cloud platforms

You can deploy ArcGIS Enterprise on many cloud platforms. Any cloud platform that provides virtual machines that meet the basic system requirements for operating system and system specifications is supported for use with ArcGIS Enterprise.

In addition to basic support, Esri provides deployment tooling and prebuilt virtual machine images on two cloud platforms: Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure. When deploying on these two cloud platforms, it's recommended that you use the specialized tooling and images to simplify deployment and technical support.

Esri does not provide technical support for provisioning and configuring cloud infrastructure beyond what ArcGIS Enterprise deployment tooling creates and manages as part of its normal operations. For cloud platforms for which Esri does not provide specialized deployment tooling, support is limited to troubleshooting software-specific issues.

ArcGIS Enterprise also supports native cloud functionality such as storage and databases on several cloud platforms. Examples include Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) and Microsoft Azure SQL Database. See the documentation for each ArcGIS component for information on the native cloud functionality that's supported.

Supported virtualization environments

All components of ArcGIS Enterprise are fully supported on virtual environments as long as they run on supported platforms. When running third-party applications with ArcGIS Enterprise, such as relational databases, the application must also be supported in a virtual environment. Check the third-party vendor for its virtualization support.

The following virtualization environments are known to perform well with ArcGIS Enterprise and its components:

  • VMware vSphere 6.5, 6.7
  • Microsoft Hyper-V

Inclusion on the above list does not imply an endorsement or higher level of support. A lack of inclusion on the above list does not imply that an environment or specific version is not supported, simply that it is not an environment or version that Esri or its partners have explicitly tested.

For additional information, see Virtualization and ArcGIS Server.