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    10 comments  ·  PI Server » Asset Framework (AF)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    14 comments  ·  PI Server » Asset Framework (AF)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    In response to Fabiano Batista, "Interesting use case.   It looks like yo..."
    I'm thinking that a scheduled update would be best.  For the continuous use case, as in ML, I would say "Daily at 3 AM". For the Template updates, I would set a day and time when the update would occur, which could be days or weeks in advance.  The ideal model, from a security standpoint, is an outbound connection from the remote sites, that checks periodically for updates, downloads the updates, and schedules locally for execution.  

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    I have a very similar use case.   Potentially 1,000s of remote PI Servers will need to be kept in sync.   A typical deployment pattern is to use Machine Learning to update analytics for real-time alerting.  ML would update the central AF server, and the remote AF servers would check in periodically for their updates.

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    We’re currently working on the ability to remotely monitor and manage the configuration of OSIsoft’s edge software.

    This includes a dashboard for viewing the current health status of edge systems as well as a configuration UI to assist in configuring and managing configuration of edge systems.

    This feedback item originally referenced additional aspects of remote management which have now been split out into individual feedback items. Please take a moment to vote for these items if you are interested in the corresponding aspects of remote edge system management:

    https://feedback.osisoft.com/forums/597811-osisoft-cloud-services/suggestions/43842294-remotely-manage-edge-system-software
    https://feedback.osisoft.com/forums/597811-osisoft-cloud-services/suggestions/43842303-remotely-configure-edge-systems

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