Don’t miss WESC 2020 – the oil and gas industry’s leading digitalization forum. Learn systemic efficiencies that will span the well-construction and production disciplines. Hear the latest perspectives from top industry experts from Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Ecopetrol, Apache, and more. For CygNet, we'll discuss OPC UA data access, enhanced Bridge API, Canvas updates such as map control, and much more in our breakout sessions. Let’s turn today’s tough market into profitable ventures, together. Join us October 5-6 and register now!
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!
Recently, I was asked to assist with a customer support call regarding a poorly performing CygNet Studio screen. Having just participated in Dan Snyder’s CygNet Database Service Diagnostics and Performance Tuning breakout session at this year’s WESC, I felt more than ready to take on this challenge. Surprisingly, the actual diagnostic and remediation process required was much more involved than I expected. My hope is that by describing, over the next several posts, the detailed process I went through to decrease the screen load time from 30 seconds to 3 seconds, you may come to understand the nuanced considerations required to craft and verify the most efficient solution for your particular needs.
In this session we will explore the CygNet Database Services (DBS) and the many variables that affect performance. Come learn more about server-side principles such as caching and custom indexes as well as client-side considerations that can make your screens more snappy.
In this presentation we will compare and contrast traditional VBScript-based integration solutions with solutions that use the .NET framework. The target audience for this talk includes CygNet integration developers, project managers, and other CygNet code enthusiasts. Our goal is to convince you to think outside of the VBScript box when you develop solutions on the CygNet platform.
A look at the features available and techniques that can be employed with authoring device template files. We will talk about generic template features and show how they can be used to solve device specific problems.
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