Store your data in one of these historians in a compact, easily accessible format. Analyze or display your data using any of the analytical, reporting, or graphing tools available to the historian you are connecting to, as well as DataHub WebView and OPC UA HDA clients.
You can connect the DataHub to real-time, flat-file historians from these providers:
InfluxData – providers of InfluxDB®, a popular open source time series database, and InfluxDB Cloud™, a time series database as a service.
Amazon – offering Amazon Kinesis™ Data Streams (KDS) that ingests and stores data streams for processing in AWS.
AVEVA – with AVEVA™ Historian, a plant-scale industrial historian (formerly Wonderware Historian), and AVEVA™ Insight: cloud-based analysis for industrial data.
OSIsoft – providers of the PI System™ real-time historian used to collect, store, contextualize, visualize and integrate process data.
RESTful systems – any web service that supports the REST (REpresentational State Transfer) standard.
Combining InfluxDB with DataHub’s Tunneller lets you send historical data across a network, even via proxy servers and DMZs. Built-in store-and-forwarding ensures no data losses during network irregularities. No VPNs, no open Inbound firewall ports.
Store and Forwarding for Cloud Connections
Connections to Amazon Kinesis, Azure IoT Hub, Amazon IoT Core, Google IoT, and other MQTT brokers now include built-in store-and-forward using the InfluxDB historian. Local data storage ensures no data losses during network irregularities. You gain the reliability of store-and-forward and local historical data visibility with a single configuration.