2017 - Users Conference - London - Developer Track
Build a Secure, Public-Facing PI Web API Environment
Building a PI Web API application for your intranet is one thing, but building a application open to the public is another. There's so much to worry about: security, certificates, hackers, denial of service, to name a few. This presentation will describe how to deploy a PI Web API server to the public in a safe and secure manner. We will cover both security administration and the application developers' perspective.
Ray Verhoeff is the Product Manager for PI Developer Technologies. He began his career with
OSIsoft as a Software Engineer and developed the PI System's first SQL language implementation. He
later served as Group Leader for the PI Data Archive team, VP of Engineering, VP of Research, and Director of Development. Prior to OSIsoft, he worked for Champion International, and for Honeywell Icotron as a Process Control Engineer. Ray holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering Science degree from the University of Toronto. He also completed a Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering at the University of Waterloo.
Michael Sloves has worked at OSIsoft for 13 years. During that time, he has developed and led software teams responsible for PI ICE, PI WebParts, SAP/ERP Integration and for OSIsoft’s SAP/MDUS Integration products. Presently, Sloves leads the PI System Access group at OSIsoft responsible for OSIsoft’s REST and Cloud-based access integration, legacy PI Data Access product support, and future Data Access Integration research. Sloves holds a BS degree in Computer Science from Marist College.