Is there any plan for CBT for System Manager II?
What is comming on as new CBT on vCampus?
Yes, planned for release in 2010. Here are the upcoming CBT releases with estimated completion dates.
Title: PI ProcessBook, PI DataLink and RtWebParts. New Content: ProcessBook 3.2, AF 2.1, Datalink 4.0.3, RtWebparts 2.2Projected 1st Qtr 2010
Title: Title: PI ProcessBook, PI DataLink and RtWebParts – Localized versions (Chinese, Portuguese, Japanese, French)New Content: n/aProjected 1st Qtr 2010
Title: PI System Manager II (title is tentative*)New Content: Notifications, AF 2.x, High Availability, Totalizations, Performance Equations (PE), APS, Advanced TroubleshootingProjected 2nd Qtr 2010(*) Notifications, Totalizations, and PEs will be included in either a Sys Mgr II course or as topics taught in updated versions of the existing CBTs.
I also anticipate we will update CBTs for PI Manual Logger and PI System Manager I in the first half of 2010. For those things not currently taught via CBT (such as Totalizations, PI Notifications etc.), you can find a recorded webinar at http://www.osisoft.com > Resources > Webinars > Show Me How Training Webinars. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Nick D'OrazioE-Learning Manager
Are there any plans to make a webbased SMT version? (Maybe with Silverlight?)
I checked our Engineering Plan site at http://techsupport.osisoft.com/techsupport/NonTemplates/EngPlan.aspx and in the SMT section there is only this:
That's a very interesting suggestion! Questions related to our product roadmap (especially "non-programming" products) are better handled by our regular Technical Support - they'll get escalated to the appropriate people and the related work items shall be created.
I was just curious if OSIsoft was thinking of such an approach for future versions of SMT. I can understand they are not on the current roadmap.
Since most applications are moving to the web, and with Silverlight you can have the same user experience you would have with a desktop application, the concept of having a webbased PI System Manager would be pretty awsome (in my opinion).
Exciting times :)
Michael @ Atos Originjust curious if OSIsoft was thinking of such an approach for future versions of SMT
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