Definition Data Monitoring –
what is Data Monitoring?
Monitoring describes the supervision or observation of data or processes, for example, and thus includes the process of quality assurance in a company. Here, it is first a matter of data acquisition, while controlling or reporting already take care of the management or distribution of the information. Data monitoring is therefore a process in which the quality of the data is proactively checked and evaluated, for example by looking for deviations and – if detected – informing the relevant administrators via an alert so that they can check the error that has occurred.
Benefits of Data Monitoring
for your Smart Factory
The implementation of reliable data monitoring brings the following improvements to your production:
Data Monitoring with Orchestra:
A Success Story
When implemented with Paessler, a traceable and secure data exchange is established across company boundaries and between all production facilities and IT systems. Monitoring of all IT components, such as edge devices, networks, cloud environments or IT infrastructure is implemented. It is possible to visualize all relevant data and KPIs in a clear presentation and interactive dashboards. Complex escalation chains can be mapped and targeted notifications and central alerts – on various channels, such as email, push, SMS, MS Teams – can be sent. Transparent monitoring of data transport between IT and OT within heterogeneous industrial environments is ensured by means of flow and packet sniffer sensors.