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Today’s Moderator
Don Pearson
Chief Strategy Officer
Inductive Automation
Agenda
• Introduction to Inductive Automation & Cirrus Link Solutions
• Introduction to Today’s Speakers
• About DataOps
•...
Ignition by Inductive Automation
One Universal Industrial Application Platform for HMI, SCADA, MES & IIoT:
• Unlimited lic...
Ignition by Inductive Automation
About Cirrus Link Solutions
• Inductive Automation Strategic Third-Party Module
Partner
• Develop and support IIoT, Cloud ...
Today’s Speakers
Travis Cox
Co-Director of Sales Engineering
Inductive Automation
Arlen Nipper
President and CTO
Cirrus Li...
What’s the Problem?
• Many companies are striving to accelerate their Digital
Transformation
• Progress is stymied by a sl...
What’s the Problem?
• Many companies are striving to accelerate their Digital
Transformation
• Progress is stymied by a sl...
A Solution: DataOps
• DataOps is an automated, process-oriented
methodology, used by analytic and data teams, to
improve t...
DataOps
• Also known as data harmonization or data cleansing, etc.
• DataOps has some similarities to DevOps: Both combine...
DataOps
General guidelines for implementation:
• Democratize the data (i.e., make data available across
the enterprise)
• ...
DataOps
• DataOps solutions perform data contextualization and
standardization and provide secure data flow to the various...
Ignition for DataOps
• Ignition is modular and open (SDK)
○ Uses open standards and tools
○ Does not own the data
• Igniti...
Ignition for DataOps
• Ignition is price-competitive
○ Sold by the server: one license gives you unlimited clients,
tags, ...
Ignition for DataOps
• Ignition is easy to install, manage and configure
• Ignition provides data connectivity: protocols,...
Ignition for DataOps
• Provides Data Transformation / DataOps
○ Connects to OT data
○ Single source of truth
○ Transforms ...
Ignition for DataOps
• Ignition allows you to use tools on platforms — not coding on
operating systems
Ignition for DataOps
● Ignition is interoperable
○ Decouples applications from devices, enabling easy
connectivity to mult...
Ignition for DataOps
• Ignition is MQTT Sparkplug-enabled
○ Sparkplug is an open-source software specification, created by...
Ignition for DataOps
• Ignition is MQTT Sparkplug-enabled
○ Sparkplug B Specification Offers:
■ Defines an OT-Centric Topi...
Chevron: What Business Problem Are We Trying to Solve?
• Commissioning a facility ~ every week of the
year
• Integration t...
Chevron: What are the Challenges?
• “Man-power will only add 30% when facilities are doubling”
• There are 5+ items that n...
What Observations Did Chevron Make?
Took Lean Sigma measurements
Compared the time it takes to propagate a standard object...
Time measurements were taken to “add a tank
object” to a supposed existing system and download
to the controllers/computer...
Architecture Example
Demo
Wrap-up Discussion
To summarize, what are your
overall thoughts about the
importance of DataOps and the
effectiveness of I...
ICC 2021 Discover Gallery
Submit your best Ignition project at:
icc.inductiveautomation.com/discover-gallery-2021
The dead...
Ask a Sales Engineer
Featuring: Kevin McClusky - Co-Director of Sales
Engineering, Inductive Automation
Thursday, Feb. 25,...
Turning Enterprise Data Into Decisions More Quickly
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Is inefficient data management standing in the way of your company’s IIoT or Digital Transformation objectives? As companies struggle with making their data more useful, many are adopting a methodology known as DataOps. The good news is that DataOps can help you collect, deliver, and leverage data faster and with greater accuracy — and with Ignition’s unlimited industrial application platform and its support of the powerful MQTT protocol, implementation could be easier than you think.

In this webinar, join experts from Inductive Automation and Cirrus Link Solutions to learn more about what DataOps is, why it’s important, and how industrial organizations can start putting it into practice.

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Turning Enterprise Data Into Decisions More Quickly

  1. 1. Today’s Moderator Don Pearson Chief Strategy Officer Inductive Automation
  2. 2. Agenda • Introduction to Inductive Automation & Cirrus Link Solutions • Introduction to Today’s Speakers • About DataOps • Ignition for DataOps • Chevron Use Case • Demo • Wrap-up Discussion and Audience Q&A
  3. 3. Ignition by Inductive Automation One Universal Industrial Application Platform for HMI, SCADA, MES & IIoT: • Unlimited licensing model • Cross-platform compatibility • Based on IT-standard technologies • Scalable server-client architecture • Web-managed • Launch on desktop or mobile • Modular configurability • Rapid development and deployment
  4. 4. Ignition by Inductive Automation
  5. 5. About Cirrus Link Solutions • Inductive Automation Strategic Third-Party Module Partner • Develop and support IIoT, Cloud & EFM Modules for Ignition • 30+ years of SCADA and Telemetry experience • Innovative leadership in Industrial IoT & Digital Transformation • Integral in the creation and continued growth of MQTT • Developed Sparkplug specification and contributed it to Eclipse Foundation, now part of Eclipse Tahu project • Trusted by AWS, Phillips 66, Tyson, Georgia Pacific & other leading companies
  6. 6. Today’s Speakers Travis Cox Co-Director of Sales Engineering Inductive Automation Arlen Nipper President and CTO Cirrus Link Solutions
  7. 7. What’s the Problem? • Many companies are striving to accelerate their Digital Transformation • Progress is stymied by a slew of data problems
  8. 8. What’s the Problem? • Many companies are striving to accelerate their Digital Transformation • Progress is stymied by a slew of data problems: ○ Inefficiencies in accessing, preparing, and integrating data, and in making data available ○ Data inconsistencies ○ Lack of data context ○ Data is not in a usable form
  9. 9. A Solution: DataOps • DataOps is an automated, process-oriented methodology, used by analytic and data teams, to improve the quality and reduce the cycle time of data analytics. • DataOps addresses the data architecture needs of industrial companies as they adopt Industry 4.0, Digital Transformation, and Smart Manufacturing. • Improves communication between data stakeholders • Aligns data management with data goals
  10. 10. DataOps • Also known as data harmonization or data cleansing, etc. • DataOps has some similarities to DevOps: Both combine people, processes, and tools to deliver results more efficiently; both encourage the breaking down of silos. • It is a methodology, rather than a product or solution, or a specific position or team in the organization.
  11. 11. DataOps General guidelines for implementation: • Democratize the data (i.e., make data available across the enterprise) • Leverage platforms and open-source tools • Build a model for your data • Facilitate cooperation between departments
  12. 12. DataOps • DataOps solutions perform data contextualization and standardization and provide secure data flow to the various consuming applications running at the edge, in on-premises data centers, or in the cloud. • To implement a DataOps solution successfully, you need the right foundation. • Ignition meets all of the foundational requirements.
  13. 13. Ignition for DataOps • Ignition is modular and open (SDK) ○ Uses open standards and tools ○ Does not own the data • Ignition is scalable ○ From simple and small to large and complex
  14. 14. Ignition for DataOps • Ignition is price-competitive ○ Sold by the server: one license gives you unlimited clients, tags, and connections ○ For a fraction of what some other solutions cost, you can get your whole company connected ○ No need to exclude data because of licensing restrictions • Ignition is OS-agnostic: Windows, iOS, Linux, Android
  15. 15. Ignition for DataOps • Ignition is easy to install, manage and configure • Ignition provides data connectivity: protocols, legacy devices, databases, web sockets, web services, and much more • Ignition is OT-driven and proven — and it bridges the gap between OT and IT
  16. 16. Ignition for DataOps • Provides Data Transformation / DataOps ○ Connects to OT data ○ Single source of truth ○ Transforms proprietary protocols tags into proper tags naming ○ Creates tools for creating data models/UDTs ○ Provides metadata details such as scaling, eng units, etc. ○ Auto-discovery of information: ■ Simple; connect and learn instantly. ■ No human editing required, or other error-prone or costly activities
  17. 17. Ignition for DataOps • Ignition allows you to use tools on platforms — not coding on operating systems
  18. 18. Ignition for DataOps ● Ignition is interoperable ○ Decouples applications from devices, enabling easy connectivity to multiple consumers Applications Devices Devices Applications MQTT Broker (publish/subscribe)
  19. 19. Ignition for DataOps • Ignition is MQTT Sparkplug-enabled ○ Sparkplug is an open-source software specification, created by Cirrus Link and now managed by the Eclipse Foundation ○ Sparkplug helps clients seamlessly integrate data between their sensors, devices or gateways and applications within an MQTT infrastructure. ○ Sparkplug is rapidly becoming the standard for the IIoT to achieve cross-industry interoperability and digital transformation. ○ Session awareness ○ Store & Forward built in
  20. 20. Ignition for DataOps • Ignition is MQTT Sparkplug-enabled ○ Sparkplug B Specification Offers: ■ Defines an OT-Centric Topic Namespace ■ Defines an OT-Centric Data Model/Asset Structure ■ Defines an OT-Centric Extensible Process Variable Payload ■ Defines MQTT State Management ■ Establishes a Single Source of Truth for Models/Assets/Tags at the Origin!
  21. 21. Chevron: What Business Problem Are We Trying to Solve? • Commissioning a facility ~ every week of the year • Integration time in Process Control Network • Integration time into enterprise business systems • Property swaps/purchases, implementing the “Chevron” control system standards
  22. 22. Chevron: What are the Challenges? • “Man-power will only add 30% when facilities are doubling” • There are 5+ items that need to be updated per facility: ◦ PLC ◦ Local Touchscreen ◦ Control Room graphics ◦ Pi Historian ◦ Decision Support Center Graphics • The integration of these points has to be done in series to test and rule out “human error”
  23. 23. What Observations Did Chevron Make? Took Lean Sigma measurements Compared the time it takes to propagate a standard object addition through the system with: a) Vendor PLC with same vendor touchscreen, with different vendor HMI with OSI Pi historian b) Single vendor (PLC, Touchscreen, HMI, Historian) c) Publisher/Subscriber solution
  24. 24. Time measurements were taken to “add a tank object” to a supposed existing system and download to the controllers/computers. The times came out as follows: a) Competitor PLC / HMI 22 minutes a) Single vertical vendor 13 minutes a) Publisher/subscriber system 4.5 minutes Chevron: Lean Sigma Time Recordings Architecture
  25. 25. Architecture Example
  26. 26. Demo
  27. 27. Wrap-up Discussion To summarize, what are your overall thoughts about the importance of DataOps and the effectiveness of Ignition and MQTT as a solution for this?
  28. 28. ICC 2021 Discover Gallery Submit your best Ignition project at: icc.inductiveautomation.com/discover-gallery-2021 The deadline is April 30, so submit your project soon!
  29. 29. Ask a Sales Engineer Featuring: Kevin McClusky - Co-Director of Sales Engineering, Inductive Automation Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. PST | 5:00 p.m. GMT
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Is inefficient data management standing in the way of your company’s IIoT or Digital Transformation objectives? As companies struggle with making their data more useful, many are adopting a methodology known as DataOps. The good news is that DataOps can help you collect, deliver, and leverage data faster and with greater accuracy — and with Ignition’s unlimited industrial application platform and its support of the powerful MQTT protocol, implementation could be easier than you think. In this webinar, join experts from Inductive Automation and Cirrus Link Solutions to learn more about what DataOps is, why it’s important, and how industrial organizations can start putting it into practice.

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