Multi Source Data Feeds (MSDF) is a configuration of ArcGIS Pro and Operations Dashboard that gives analysts the ability to integrate content from Esri business partners directly into the ArcGIS Platform.
MSDF is used by an analyst in the private sector to gain oversight and understanding for events that are happening around their key assets to include people, places, and things.
Multi Source Data Feeds requires specific software.
* These API's are only available to private sector companies. API keys must be acquired from the data providers.
Multi Source Data Feeds can be deployed in your ArcGIS organization without downloading the solution. When you deploy Multi Source Data Feeds in your organization, you'll find the following:
|Solution||Multi Source Data Feeds||An ArcGIS Solution item used to organize the Multi Source Data Feeds solution.|
|Application||Multi Source Data Feeds||An application used by analysts to access the maps and apps that help understand events that are happening around their key assets.|
|Multi Source Data Feeds Desktop.ppkx||An ArcGIS Pro package that consists of a set of tools to connect and ingest data feeds from Data providers.|
|Dataminr Alerts Dashboard||A dashboard application used to visualize and interact with alerts from Dataminr.|
|Factal Incident Dashboard||A dashboard application used to visualize and interact with incidents from Factal.|
|Maps||Dataminr Alerts Map||A map used to display alerts from Dataminr.|
|Factal Incident Inset Map||A map used as an inset for the Factal dashboard.|
|Factal Incident Map||A map used to display incidents from Factal.|
|Layers||Dataminr Alerts||A feature layer used to display Dataminr alerts.|
|Factal Items||A feature layer used to display incidents from Factal.|
|Factal Topics||A feature table used to display incidents from Factal.|
|Groups||Multi Source Data Feeds||An organizational group containing items to be presented in the Business Resilience solution.|
Below are the release dates and notes for Multi Source Data Feeds.