PI Server 2010: AF Inside
AF empowers users to move from a tag-centric view of their PI Server to asset-centric view of their PI Infrastructure. Before AF, contextual information was stored in PI Module Database (MDB). This session will demonstrate how to migrate from MDB to AF, and then upgrade module-relative displays to element-relative displays in client products such as ProcessBook and PI WebParts.
Jay Lakumb is a Product Manager at OSIsoft, after starting out as the Development Lead for PI WebParts. He is responsible for the PI Server and Data Access. Prior to joining OSIsoft, he spent 7 years in robotics & automation, as well as 3 years in the natural gas industry. He holds an MBA from Saint Mary’s College of California and a BSEE from University of Tennessee.
Denis Vacher is the PI Server team lead overseeing all development for OSIsoft flagship product. Before joining OSIsoft in 2001, Denis worked as a software developer for nine years, primarily in the RDBMS field. At OSIsoft, he was part of the development team for the PI Server 3.4, and became the main architect for PI Server Replication and High Availability. Denis holds an M.S. degree in Computer Science from the SupInfo Engineering School in Paris, France.