Jacob Allred has been working within CygNet since 2008. In his tenure with the company he has fulfilled a host of roles from supporting the product to managing the product. He is passionate about building software that people will find intuitive and easy to use.
We are pleased to announce the latest release of CygNet, version 9.5!
At a high level, the 9.5 release has a lot of added features. To help you get acquainted with this new release, we've cataloged our most significant enhancements below for your review:
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I am pleased to announce the release of CygNet 9.4! CygNet 9.4 has been in development since July 2019 and has a lot of new features that I am excited to bring to your CygNet deployments. Also, as a part of this release, we have transitioned to a new documentation delivery platform and have video content ready for you as well. Keep reading below for more details!
We are pleased to announce that CygNet version 9.3 has completed our development and quality assurance cycles and is now available for download from the Weatherford CygNet download site. Here you can review the following highlights to see what is included in version 9.3.
For a full list, please see the Release Notes included in the 9.3 product documentation included on the CD Image.
We are pleased to announce the release of CygNet version 9.2!
This new release brings with it some excellent new IoT features such as our new IoT EIE and IoT Sparkplug EIE. Both of these drivers use the MQTT protocol to subscribe to data from an MQTT publisher. We’ve also added an OPC Lufkin EIE and an OPC Weatherford EIE which allow you to collect data from these devices via OPC.
Citrix is a great way to serve up clients to your ever-growing sea of CygNet users. We know of many CygNet installations that utilize Citrix, but more recently we’ve run into some interesting issues revolving around the Citrix, Microsoft, and CygNet relationship. Some recent reports have come in with the mistaken impression that CygNet and Citrix aren’t compatible, and that installing CygNet clients will destroy your Citrix instance.
If your production database is larger than 500 Gb, I’d like to take a moment to talk about a potential ticking time bomb that might be present in your production environment so that you have the tools necessary to disarm it before it detonates.
Extreme file fragmentation + Small disk allocation size = Disaster
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.
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