Standalone Portal (no DataStore or ArcGIS Hosting Server)?

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01-29-2021 11:02 AM
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JonSwoveland
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Hi All,

I'm curious if deploying a standalone instance of Portal for ArcGIS (no DataStore or ArcGIS Hosting Server) is supported by Esri.  The scenario in which this would be useful is an organization that wants to configure Web Maps / Scene / Apps based on publicly available map services (or an existing in-house ArcGIS Server).  I can't see any reason why this would not work.  I know much of Portal's capabilities will not be available in this scenario, but it could be useful.

Thanks!

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DEWright_CA
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Yes this is possible (and supported), I have deployed several stand-alone portals that I then established Collaborations back to my production systems to better support a N-Tier security architecture.



You just need to remember that the typical ESRI support call expects you to have the "FULL STACK" architecture; the more you get to a distributed/enterprise architecture the more complex support can become dealing with them.


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DEWright_CA
Occasional Contributor III
Yes this is possible (and supported), I have deployed several stand-alone portals that I then established Collaborations back to my production systems to better support a N-Tier security architecture.



You just need to remember that the typical ESRI support call expects you to have the "FULL STACK" architecture; the more you get to a distributed/enterprise architecture the more complex support can become dealing with them.


JonSwoveland
New Contributor III

Thanks for the confirmation!