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An image service provides access to raster data through a web service. By default, an image service is always published with image service capabilities, and you can optionally choose WMS and WCS capabilities. Image servers can be federated with ArcGIS Enterprise deployments to enable imagery publishing and to perform distributed raster analysis based on the assigned server role. A federated image server can be beneficial when you need to perform distributed raster processing and analysis, and publish and share raster services. ArcGIS Image Server with an image hosting role indicates that the image server is dedicated to hosting the image services.
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Drag and drop anywhere you want and start uploading your images now. The uploaded content will be moved to this newly created album. You must create an account or sign in if you want to edit this album later on. Start uploading.
Quick and effortless service built with support of IIIF protocol, a proven solution for the hosting of large imagery. The stability of our image service is affected by problems in the datacenter of our provider. We are working on recovery. IIIFHosting service has an administration system that is prepared for uploading and managing of images. There are statuses, search, export tools, viewers and samples for embedding. Hundreds and even thousands of images can be copied easily via FTP protocol directly to our servers as upload alternative. IIIFServer is a core of service. It has been developed and tested on terabytes of images from well-known public archives.