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ArcGIS Icon Library for IT Architecture?

Question asked by bixb0012 Champion on May 26, 2017
Latest reply on Jan 7, 2020 by lauraleegann

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:


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?