2014 - Users Conference - San Francisco
Evolution of the OSIsoft Developer Community: What You Need To Know
As the PI System evolves from a world of servers and desktops to a world of services and devices, the support structure for our Developer Community must also evolve. OSIsoft is establishing what we refer to as the PI Developer Platform targeted at supporting modern development efforts and making it easier for developers to get the tools and support they need. Our ultimate goal is to provide you with everything you need to be a successful developer in order to unleash the power of data. This applies to OSIsoft partners and customers alike. Some technologies will become open and more easily accessible while others will be deprecated over time. This talk will expand on these concepts, give you a better idea as to what we are doing to invest in our Developer Community, and speak to how that impacts you.
Dan Noonen joined OSIsoft in 2013 as the Product Manager for PI System Access. Prior to OSIsoft, Noonen worked at Rockwell Automation for 28 years where he held various firmware and software development positions including technical leadership and managerial roles. Noonen’s experiences have largely been in the middleware layer that moves data between a User Interface and a Control System and in Industrial I/O Networking technologies. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio.
Ahmad Fattahi is the Group Lead for the OSIsoft vCampus team. His current focus is the use of PI System technology as a platform for performing advanced analytics and enriching the PI System developer community. He received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2008. He has done extensive research on ways to model and optimize complex systems such as communication and computer networks.