You can use OGC API Features services that are available on the web when using ArcGIS Pro. The OGC API Features client support in ArcGIS allows you to access these services over the internet and add an OGC API Features layer to your map.
The OGC API Features standard is a multipart specification that allows you to work with spatial data over the web. The ArcGIS Pro client supports Part 1 of the OGC API Features specification. For more information regarding the OGC API Features standard, see the OGC website at https://ogcapi.ogc.org/features.
View an OGC API Features layer in the Contents pane
After creating an OGC API server connection, an OGC API server connection is shown in the Servers folder in the Catalog pane. You can add an OGC API Features service to a map by selecting the layer in the OGC API server connection and dragging it onto the map, or by right-clicking the layer and selecting Add To Current Map. When you add an OGC API Features layer to the map, the layer is added to the Contents pane and features are displayed on the map.
Work with an OGC API Features layer from the web
When an OGC API Features layer has been added to ArcGIS Pro, it behaves as a read-only feature layer. For example, you can open the attribute table to view the records in the layer, query features in the map, or change the symbology of the layer. Since the OGC API Features layer is not editable, you cannot make edits to the data or schema through ArcGIS Pro.
OGC API Features layer properties
To get information about the layer, access the Layer Properties dialog box by right-clicking the OGC API Features layer in the Contents pane and clicking Properties. For example, you can view the data type, URL, layer name, and layer alias on the Source tab. On the OGC API Features tab, you can limit the number of features that are added to the map by setting a value for the maximum features returned.