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Boost CygNet Performance with SSDs

April 24, 2015 / 0 comments / in General  / by CygNet Blog Admin

Newer solid-state drives (SSDs) offer significant performance improvements over traditional hard disk drives (HDDs) and should be considered as an option for your CygNet services.

This post (also posted as a Technical Note on the CygNet Support portal) describes both types of data storage devices, the most useful performance benchmark for comparing HDDs and SSDs, and recommendations for configuring SSDs in a CygNet system.

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Announcing the CygNet Designer

April 21, 2015 / 0 comments / in Applied_Engineering  / by Walter Goodwater

CygNet Applied Engineering is pleased to announce the release of the CygNet Designer. We built this tool to help you define and enforce system standards in a way that improves consistency and efficiency. We hope that it meets those goals and more, and eagerly await your valuable feedback.

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Using Excel’s conditional formatting to build better reports

April 12, 2015 / 0 comments / in Applied_Engineering  / by Walter Goodwater

The Report Module is designed to be a simple, user-friendly tool for creating reports in Excel or PDF. However, the needs of some users require some advanced configuration. This article is going to cover the details of using the report template file to leverage Excel’s powerful conditional formatting feature.

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Keeping up with the CygNet Blog

April 03, 2015 / 0 comments / in General  / by CygNet Blog Admin

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CygNet for Production Data Model

March 19, 2015 / 0 comments / in Applied_Engineering  / by Walter Goodwater

CygNet for Production provides a sample data model for your CygNet data, but whether your system is based on CygNet for Production or not, we think it is valuable to design (and then stick to!) a clear data model. If you are building templated screens, or want to be able to validate that all your facilities and points are configured the way you think they are, you’ll be grateful for your data model. This video tutorial will cover the CygNet for Production data model, how we configure and store it in CygNet, and considerations you should keep in mind when designing your own. Enjoy!

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WESC 2015 Breakout: CygNet Database Service Diagnostics and Performance Tuning

March 12, 2015 / 0 comments / in WESC  / by CygNet Blog Admin

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.

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WESC 2015 Breakout: .NET Application Development in the CygNet Ecosystem

March 12, 2015 / 0 comments / in WESC  / by CygNet Blog Admin

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.

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WESC 2015 Breakout: Device Template File (DTF) Authoring

March 12, 2015 / 0 comments / in WESC  / by CygNet Blog Admin

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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WESC 2015 Breakout: Optimizing Device Communications and Analyzing UIS Performance

March 12, 2015 / 0 comments / in WESC  / by CygNet Blog Admin

 

This breakout session will discuss how device communications work within CygNet, specifically with an Allen Bradley device, and what can be done to insure the least amount of network traffic is generated for the data required. We will also talk about how to analyze UIS performance to ensure the least amount of work is being done for the data required.

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WESC 2015 Breakout: The Zen of Replication

March 12, 2015 / 0 comments / in WESC  / by CygNet Blog Admin

Anxious about your replication?  Treat yourself to a well-deserved replication retreat in which you can stretch your understanding of the replication feature set, learn how to determine your replication status with confidence, and establish a calm perspective on the one process that harmonizes all the data in your CygNet universe.

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