The purpose of this class is to provide a working knowledge of the tasks required to maintain a PI System and support the technical needs of its users. It covers the utilities provided with the PI System as well as tag and system configuration. This class covers common management tasks, data flow in the PI System, and basic troubleshooting procedures.
Our instructor staff works closely with OSIsoft development, training, and technical support teams to bring unique experience and knowledge of the OSIsoft product line to the customer site. Most of our instructors are OSIsoft Certified Professionals.
The class will begin with the PI System basics where the question “What is the PI System?” will be asked and answered.
Next students will explore how data flows in the PI System and discover how data flows from data source to end user. They will also learn how to connect to a PI System.
Students then move on to exploring the common setup of PI Interfaces, creating and managing PI Points, and setup of PI Buffer Subsystem. This is all designed to the give the system administrator a good working knowledge of the data collection mechanisms with a special focus on future troubleshooting.
A good deal of time and attention are paid to Asset Framework and Data Archive security and monitoring your PI System.
Note: The instructor can adjust the class content to fit the students’ requirements. This means they’ll spend more time on subjects that are important to them and less time on subjects that are less relevant to their situation. However, the trainer will not go beyond the scope of this training package.
A customized training agenda can be provided upon request to meet your organization’s specific training needs. For further information, contact PIPER’s sales team.
PIPER requires a minimum of 2 weeks’ notice in order to prepare course documentation, prepare the Azure virtual machines, and assign an instructor. PIPER will ship or deliver training material on or before the first day of the workshop. A typical timeline from ordering to completion is:
The customer is responsible for providing a fully equipped classroom. The minimum requirements for a classroom are: