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WESC 2016 Breakout Slides

May 9, 2016 / 0 comments / in WESC  / by CygNet Blog Admin

Here are the slides from the CygNet breakout sessions presented at the 2016 Weatherford Enterprise Software Conference.

Canvas Introduction

May 3, 2016 / 0 comments / in Canvas  General  / by Walter Goodwater

For any who weren’t able to see our introduction to Canvas at WESC 2016, we put together a video describing some of the new features. Take a look and be sure to fill out the feedback survey or use the comments below to give us your thoughts.

Canvas Feedback

April 26, 2016 / 0 comments / in WESC  / by Walter Goodwater

At WESC 2016, we offered our first look at Canvas, the new CygNet HMI. To provide feedback on Canvas and to sign-up for the Canvas Beta Program, please complete our user survey.

Do you have Cache to burn?

March 17, 2016 / 0 comments / in Support  / by Jacob Allred

Do you know how to tell if the cache on your machine is being used properly for your CygNet services? What are the effects of a rampant cache growth? We in CygNet Support have not only had to troubleshoot these issues, we’ve also found the tools needed to diagnose and fix these issues.

2016 Weatherford Enterprise Software Conference

March 10, 2016 / 0 comments / in General  WESC  / by CygNet Blog Admin

Don’t forget to register for the 2016 Weatherford Enterprise Software Conference, to be held in Houston on April 25-27, 2016. This year we will be talking about the latest release for SCADA and Measurement, the launch of the CygNet Mobile app, new developments in lift optimization, and a deep-dive into the CygNet Designer, plus the first look at Canvas, our new screen authoring environment. You won’t want to miss out so sign up soon!

The plan to make CygNet truly redundant

January 21, 2016 / 2 comments / in General  / by CygNet Blog Admin

As many of you are well aware, CygNet does not have a great solution for productized failover.  You can replicate CygNet data.  You can setup a clustering environment to detect failures.  You can write scripts to swap config files in order to change a services role.  I’ve talked to many of you over the last month or two and for those who do have a working solution, it took a lot of work to setup, and takes a lot of work to maintain.

For those of you who are in this boat, or are afraid to get into the boat, I’m happy to announce that we have a team assembled and are working to vastly improve this process!

CygNet Operator is released!

January 18, 2016 / 0 comments / in General  / by CygNet Blog Admin

I’m happy to announce that CygNet Operator, our first mobile app, has been officially released!  I won’t go into details on the app as that was already covered in a previous post.  I just wanted to let you all know that you can find the app in the iTunes store by searching for “CygNet Operator”.  You can’t do anything with the app until you connect to a host, so we have a test site running that is publically available.  If you are interested, just email us and we will send you the details (

An Exclusive Event…Only a Select Few Can Even Hear About It

November 16, 2015 / 0 comments / in API  Applied Engineering  General  Studio Tips  / by Blake Miller

Consider this scenario.  I have an overview grid screen that has a list of wells with some high level information.  I click on one of the wells and a separate screen opens with more detail.  On that detail screen, I click on a button that opens another screen that has a trend with various well points.   Cool, I have separate dedicated screens that I’m able to view the various bits of information I desire at the same time.  Now I want to be able to select on a different well on the first screen and have the other screens follow.  And, I want to be able to look at multiple sets of these screens for different wells at the same time.  How can I do that

Analyzing Device Communications with CrcGenerator

November 9, 2015 / 0 comments / in General  / by Ryan Ackerman

This is a utility that has outgrown its name. It was originally developed to help us to verify the Cyclic Redundancy Checks (CRCs) added to messages to guard against transmission errors. Once this basic framework was in place, however, it became an easy place for developers to add communications related features

Calling CygNet Studio Users!

October 29, 2015 / 0 comments / in General  / by Walter Goodwater

We know that Studio is a vital part of the CygNet user’s experience. Therefore we want to give you a voice to tell us your current and future needs as CygNet Studio users. Please take a few minutes and fill out the survey linked below (and please forward it to anyone else in your company who would be interested). Your input will be pivotal in helping us take the next steps with this important product.

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