Exclusive for Optimize 2021 Attendees: Aspen MES Collaborative™ for InfoPlus.21® : Highly Available Enterprise Historian

Eliminate plant data loss with Aspen MES Collaborative: Build a highly responsive, high-availability solution with transparent, non-disruptive and seamless maintenance and upgrades. It is also an enterprise-level historian that makes it easier to access all the sites data from one place. In this this class you will learn how MES Collaborative works, basic configuration and common deployment workflows.

Audience:

Training Details

  • Course Id:

    MES020

  • Duration:

    0.5 day(s)

  • CEUs Awarded:

    0.4

  • Level:

    Intermediate

Benefits

  • Learn about MES Collaborative requirement considerations and benefits
  • Learn about load balancing options for a1PE, APEM and IP.21
  • See how AIoT applications behave when a resource is not available
  • Learn about key considerations when deploying an MES Collaborative in the cloud

Approach

  • Clear guidance on fundamental topics
  • Demonstrate key workflows and system interactions
  • Experienced instructor-guided demonstrations
  • Q&A on student-specific problems

Tasks

  • What are the MES Collaborative requirement considerations?
    1. Benefits of an MES Collaborative
      1. Enterprise Level Historian provides aggregation of data on a large scale
      2. Connecting to small sites eliminates stranded data
      3. High-availability eliminates the ripple effect of data loss – 24x7x365
      4. Non-disruptive and transparent upgrading means users no longer experience interruptions to their work during maintenance
      5. Sophisticated load balancing enables the system to be highly responsive
      6. Ability to aggregate and manage data from all sites represents tangible gains in roll-ups and comparisons
      7. Comprehensive real-time information on productivity and efficiency across the enterprise
      8. Leverages the resourcing capabilities of Cloud technology
    2. Cloud vs On Premise Deployments
      1. HW resources
      2. Team resources
      3. System sizing
      4. Networking
    3. Configuration considerations
      1. How many IP.21 as members
      2. Data collection with Fanout (CIM-IO, Aspen Cloud Connect)
      3. Replication
      4. Load balancing (options, azure vs open source vs others)
      5. Data access (a1PE)
      6. mMDM and APRM considerations
  • Deployment workflows
    1. Upgrades to v12 MES Collaborative
    2. Deployment walkthrough

Subsequent Courses

  • APC250  Aspen DMC3 - APC Calibrate and Aspen Adaptive Modeling

Agenda

  • What are the MES Collaborative requirement considerations?
    1. Benefits of an MES Collaborative
      1. Enterprise Level Historian provides aggregation of data on a large scale
      2. Connecting to small sites eliminates stranded data
      3. High-availability eliminates the ripple effect of data loss – 24x7x365
      4. Non-disruptive and transparent upgrading means users no longer experience interruptions to their work during maintenance
      5. Sophisticated load balancing enables the system to be highly responsive
      6. Ability to aggregate and manage data from all sites represents tangible gains in roll-ups and comparisons
      7. Comprehensive real-time information on productivity and efficiency across the enterprise
      8. Leverages the resourcing capabilities of Cloud technology
    2. Cloud vs On Premise Deployments
      1. HW resources
      2. Team resources
      3. System sizing
      4. Networking
    3. Configuration considerations
      1. How many IP.21 as members
      2. Data collection with Fanout (CIM-IO, Aspen Cloud Connect)
      3. Replication
      4. Load balancing (options, azure vs open source vs others)
      5. Data access (a1PE)
      6. mMDM and APRM considerations
  • Deployment workflows
    1. Upgrades to v12 MES Collaborative
    2. Deployment walkthrough

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Aspen Technology, Inc. awards Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for training classes conducted by our organization. One CEU is granted for every 10 hours of class participation.