The Application Server 2017 course is a 4-day, instructor-led class designed to provide a fundamental understanding of the features and functionality of Wonderware Application Server. This course provides lectures and hands-on labs to supply and reinforce the knowledge necessary to use the ArchestrA tools and services in the System Platform for plant modeling.
The class will demonstrate how to use Wonderware Application Server to utilize the ArchestrA technology to connect to field devices, process data, run scripts, handle alarms, and historize alarms and events. This is achieved using features and functionality such as Automation Objects, templates, instances, the ArchestrA Integrated Development Environment (IDE), and the QuickScript .NET scripting engine.
This course also provides a fundamental understanding of Galaxy maintenance, real-time alarm recording and security settings, and how to setup redundancy.
- Create and deploy new applications using ArchestrA IDE
- Model the plant floor using automation objects
- Acquire data from field devices
- Work with alarm and history configuration in a Galaxy
- Define the security model for a Galaxy
- Configure application-level and device integration redundancy
Who should attend?
Application developers, engineers, system integrators, and other individuals who use Application Server in their manufacturing processes
- Manufacturing industry experience
Training Facilities and Hotel
SolutionsPT have in-house training facilities at their Cheadle based office in South Manchester. The location offers easy access to motorways M60, M6 and M56, Manchester Airport and Stockport train station.
The spacious air-conditioned rooms and the guarantee of one PC per delegate, allows our tutors to train each delegate to the best of their ability. Courses are kept to an optimum size, allowing both group and individual attention.
Location & Directions
Unit 1 Oakfield Road
Cheadle Royal Business Park
Contact: Helen Fogg
Training & Consultancy Account Manager
DDI: +44 (0)161 495 4664
Tel: +44 (0)161 495 4600
Fax: +44 (0)161 495 4690