Server setup recommendations for setting up ArcGIS Monitor.

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12-13-2018 05:22 PM
MattTenold2
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We are getting ready to set up ArcGIS Monitor and I am curious how many servers are needed for a basic centralized deployment.  According to the documentation it looks like only one or two servers is needed.  One for the Monitor Service and one for the DB, the monitor administrator, monitor server and the reporting server.  Is that correct?  Can everything be on one 8 core VM?

I am a bit confused looking at the document here.  Deployment scenarios—ArcGIS Monitor | ArcGIS Enterprise 

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AndrewSakowicz
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A single machine is sufficient for most cases. See ArcGIS Monitor system requirements—ArcGIS Monitor | ArcGIS Enterprise

Hardware requirements

A dedicated server machine with 4 CPU cores, 16 GB RAM, and an additional 2 CPU cores and 4 GB RAM per monitor service.

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AndrewSakowicz
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A single machine is sufficient for most cases. See ArcGIS Monitor system requirements—ArcGIS Monitor | ArcGIS Enterprise

Hardware requirements

A dedicated server machine with 4 CPU cores, 16 GB RAM, and an additional 2 CPU cores and 4 GB RAM per monitor service.

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KirkChesla
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Can you connect the ArcGIS Monitor service to a Mongo DB on a remote linux server?  We are not allowed to run free versions of software for production instances at my Agency.  We have a couple production licenses for these linux db servers already and would like to utilize these current licenses. 

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AndrewSakowicz
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Yes, it is possible.  We would have to walk you through a few undocumented steps. Please email ArcGISMonitor@esri.com and someone we'll help you configure this.

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