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How To Understand And Master SNMP, MIB, and OID

MIB, SNMP, and OID are all features that help facilitate your network monitoring and communication smoothly. Understanding what each one means, and how it operates will help you understand how to set up yourself (as a network administrator) or your employees

Ziad Alezabi
March 13, 2024

Top 7 Things To Look For When Avoiding Planned Obsolescence in SCADA

I met a potential client at DistribuTECH in Orlando in the last week of February. His primary interest was avoiding planned obsolescence anywhere in his infrastructure. Planned obsolescence is using equipment made from highly degradable material that

Ziad Alezabi
March 13, 2024

How To Wirelessly Monitor Your Propane Tanks With Custom SCADA

Using SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) for wireless propane monitoring is crucial in industrial applications. It ensures the following: Safely storing propane gas Efficient and effective distribution Continuous maintenance of operations If y

Ziad Alezabi
March 5, 2024

Top Free & Paid SNMP Browsers

There are many benefits for Network Administrators and organizations in general to manage and monitor SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)-enabled devices. This can include but is not limited to: Compliance and Reporting: Organizations must comply

Ziad Alezabi
March 5, 2024

How To Upgrade Your SCADA Equipment At Little To No Cost

It is logical and natural to only buy what you need for your current existing network when you shop for SCADA systems and hardware. You either don't have the money to spend, or you would rather allocate your budget to another part of your business. This

Ziad Alezabi
March 1, 2024

How To Optimize Oil & Gas Downstream and Workover with SCADA

In the Oil & Gas industry, SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) systems ensure real-time monitoring and control. SCADA allows you to remotely monitor, control, and collect data, making it easier to repeat processes efficiently, such as: Management

Ziad Alezabi
February 28, 2024

How to Enhance Network Monitoring in Enterprise Data Centers Using SNMP Capabilities

Just under a week ago, I completed a project assisting a client in upgrading their network monitoring at their Enterprise Data Center by detecting and communicating technical network failures to an alarm dashboard display My client needed help incorporating

Ziad Alezabi
February 23, 2024

How To Find SCADA With Good Logging Capabilities

Your SCADA's (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) remote terminal unit (RTU) buffering capabilities are important so you can store data until your Master Station picks it up. When shopping for a manufacturer that provides you with good SCADA logging, look out for the following things

Ziad Alezabi
February 22, 2024

How to Use SCADA's Inherent Flexibility

I was at the 2024 New Orleans Tradeshow two weeks ago and I took notes on all the interactions that we had. A lot of people had amazing questions that I thought would be beneficial if turned into a blog to elaborate further on them. When talking about

Ziad Alezabi
February 16, 2024

How To Monitor Clean Energy With SCADA Technology

Clean energy is a future that we constantly strive towards. However, monitoring the clean energy industry is a challenge due to the following issues: The inability to integrate: SCADA systems that monitor multiple types of clean energy sources (ex. solar,

Ziad Alezabi
February 16, 2024

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