This question may have been asked recently, or at least before, but I can't seem to find a good answer, let alone the icons themselves.
It is getting more common today for companies to release icon libraries for doing architecture diagrams involving their software or platforms. When I work with Microsoft, Google, Amazon, and others; I can just go to the web and download multiple formats of their architecture- or network-related icons:
- AWS Simple Icons
- Download Microsoft Azure, Cloud and Enterprise Symbol / Icon Set - Visio stencil, PowerPoint, PNG, SVG from Official Mic…
- Icon Library for Architecture Diagrams - Google Cloud Platform | Google Cloud Platform
- Network Topology Icons - Doing Business With Cisco - Cisco
From looking at both Esri's online documentation and the System Design Strategies - GIS Wiki | The GIS Encyclopedia , it is clear that Esri has an icon library. In fact, they appear to be transitioning from a 10.1-10.4 icon library
to a 10.5+ icon library.
Personally, I like the older 10.1-10.4 icons more, but flattened, mono- or duo-colored icons appear to be all the rage these days.
So, my question is whether Esri makes their ArcGIS Icon Library for Architecture available, either publicly or to its customers?