Monitoring Data Systems

A set of applications for the visualization and monitoring of data measured on production systems. Compatible with different data sources due to the modular system of parsing incoming data. Monitoring data systems collect various data from different data sources into a central data store (typically database). Monitoring systems is designed as a client-server architecture, which allows data validation, value range checking, defined dependency values and processing of automatized and scheduled tasks.

Besides data collection, monitoring systems provide data analysis, report generation, statistical information, production information, post-processing of data using a desktop application, a web application and communication with other corporate software via web services.

 

Monitoring Data System

 

Typical tasks:

  • collection of data from different data sources, values and events, special values (calculated values, value with limits, multi-level alarms)
  • advanced notifications via email or sms (scheduled tasks, values, alarms, events, …)
  • management and control of regular maintenance
  • data processing
  • statistical overview
  • data presentation in different types of graphs and tables

 

Owner business

  • give to the customer and overview of the current state of processes
  • minimize the failure-to-fix time
  • minimize effort needed to localize failure and to find the source of failure
  • have shortest possible failure reaction times
  • have overview of maintenance and service costs
  • have overview of current status
  • have overview of all failure reports

 

Monitoring systems based on stable and reliable technologies:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and newer
  • Oracle Database 10g and newer