I have been doing some testing with the ArcGIS API for Python and noticed that the <user>.storageQuota property returned about 2.2 Terabytes. This, as far as I understand, represents the upper limit of storage for an organization (go figure that it is a property of a user, but that is another matter).
Not that we would ever use 2.2 Terabytes in AGOL , but I was just curious if this is the absolute limit of AGOL storage? Or does it elastically expand if an organization ever pushes the upper limit of storage space?
Thanks beforehand for any help with this,
This really should be an idea, but what I'm really after are:
Feel like it should be easy to identify that content, but it's not....this is not a matter of clicking through a few accounts.
The status dashboard is useful for at a glance, for example, "Oh crap we burned 1000 credits yesterday", but long term data and user management is marginal.
Thanks for taking the time to detail and clarify your storage and account needs. We are always looking at ways to improve and enhance our organization settings and some of your items are on our roadmap. I agree and request that you post these as an idea to help us gauge priority for future updates. Thanks again!
Hi. I trying to understand our organizational ArcGIS Online storage limit. You state that there is no absolute limit on amount of organizational storage. Yet AGOL show my 150GB limit. Is that 150GB limit not enforced. Can our organization use 200GB of storage as long as we have credits to pay for it?