What’s new in AVEVA™ System Monitor v1.5

Written by Jeremy Wilbert, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, AVEVA

AVEVA System Monitor is a software application—installed at your facility—that continuously monitors your AVEVA software and system hardware, identifies upset conditions, and alerts you to potential issues before they become serious problems, such as application errors or machine downtime events. AVEVA System Monitor keeps a watchful eye on the critical performance indicators associated with your AVEVA software applications and the underlying hardware to maintain healthy systems for easy, proactive maintenance and reliability.


Machine grouping, including nested grouping

Users can create custom groups for monitoring machines, allowing them to apply distinct sets of rules with varying parameters to different machines. This is accomplished by grouping the machines together and applying rules at the group level. Consequently, the rules are applied to the entire group, and each machine within the group inherits all of the associated rules.

Multiple conditions for each rule

For each rule, you can configure multiple conditions to trigger new alerts when an unhealthy status is detected. A rule can incorporate a combination and multiple instances of value conditions, ROC conditions, and deviation conditions.

Log filter based on component and/or text string

Alerts can be generated when specific strings are detected within specified OCMC logger components.

Multiple instances of each rule

Rules can be used multiple times.

Configuration of agent optional in configurator

User can disable AVEVA System Monitor agent in the configurator.

Support for .NET 6.0 core

Support for .NET core.

Alert search functionality

Users can search through alerts inside AVEVA System Monitor.

Cybersecurity enrichments