2012 - Users Conference - San Francisco
Do More. Faster. Now! PI Server 2012
In this session, we will announce the new release of PI Server. This release provides major performance and scalability enhancements, as well as significant improvements in the overall reliability, security, and resilience. These enhancements will benefit all customers who are hungry for data and want to do heavy business intelligence or data-intensive applications—and, in addition, they will prove critical in some relatively new scenarios, such as large-scale meter data or energy management, high speed phasor monitoring, or discrete manufacturing. Such systems can require real-time analytics, have millions of points, receive sub-millisecond measurements, and/or serve thousands of concurrent users. We will demonstrate how PI Server 2012 provides new capabilities in all of these areas, while lowering manageability and ownership costs.
Jay Lakumb is a product manager at OSIsoft, responsible for charting the roadmap for the PI Server. He has worked as a product manager for Data Access, Office Integration and Manual Entry, after starting out as the Development Lead for PI WebParts. Prior to joining OSIsoft in 2004, Jay spent seven years in robotics and automation, as well as three years in the natural gas industry. He holds an M.B.A. from Saint Mary's College of California and a B.S.E.E. from the University of Tennessee.
Denis Vacher has led the PI Server team for the last five years, and has guided such releases as High Availability, Windows Security and PI Server 2010. Before joining OSIsoft in 2001, Denis worked as a senior software developer for nine years building tools for client-server and relational database developers. Denis holds an M.S. degree in computer science from the SupInfo Engineering School in Paris, France.