The system and hardware requirements to run ArcGIS GeoEvent Server are listed below.
Operating system requirements
ArcGIS GeoEvent Server has the same operating system requirements as the ArcGIS Server software component in ArcGIS Enterprise.
For more information, see ArcGIS Server system requirements.
ArcGIS GeoEvent Server requires a minimum of 8 GB of RAM. It is recommended that production systems have at least 16 GB of DDR4 RAM to optimize event record throughput and processing.
Minimum system requirements for CPU and network bandwidth are not specified since requirements for real-time event processing and analytics will vary. A dual-core system with a CPU comparable to an Intel® Core™ i7 (8 MiB Cache, 4 cores (8 logical CPU cores), 2.7 GHz) and 100 Mbps network is a reasonable starting point. Upgrading to a 1000 Mbps network (1 Gbit) may be necessary for high-velocity and high-volume event processing.
The amount of disk space required for the runtime management of event data will vary depending on the number of input and output connectors configured for a particular solution and the velocity and volume at which event data is received.
ArcGIS Server must be installed and configured on the machine before installing ArcGIS GeoEvent Server.
Supported web browsers
ArcGIS GeoEvent Manager requires one of the following web browsers to be installed:
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 11*
- Microsoft Edge
*Use of Internet Explorer 11 with ArcGIS GeoEvent Server is deprecated at this release. Esri highly encourages you to move to one of the other browsers listed above. While Internet Explorer 11 is still supported with the current release of ArcGIS GeoEvent Server, use of Internet Explorer 11 is generally discouraged, and support will be discontinued at a future release. Additional notice will be provided prior to the removal of support.
If using Microsoft Internet Explorer 11, ensure the Display intranet sites in Compatibility View checkbox is unchecked in the Compatibility View Settings.