The New Sabisu Pipeline: Configuration at your fingertips

Sabisu gives you power over your data with solutions that are simple to use and easy to configure. We’ve taken the core concepts behind Sabisu and distilled them into the Pipeline.

For example, end-users can easily configure:

  • New reports shared onto Community dashboards
  • 24/7 monitoring & alerting of key process/project metrics and KPIs
  • Automated responses, e.g., alerting users or initiating an investigative process

It’s easy to pull together charts and widgets from historians like IP21, apply calculations & deploy to your colleagues.

To get started all you need to know is which Sabisu Data Object you want to use and which tags you want to analyse.

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There are 4 simple choices for the end-user to make:

  • Data:
    Select relevant data, regardless of source. No technical knowledge required.
  • Manipulation:
    Carry out calculations on that data using simple maths, complex functions, specific queries & conditional statements.
  • Analytics:
    Continually check the source and/or calculated data for issues, events, changes, or an evolving risk profile.
  • Do:
    Output a chart or a new visualisation using Templates, or take action automatically in response to changing events; trigger Actions, Processes, guiding Advisories or informative Notes for relevant users.

This aligns to the Sabisu decision pipeline:

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Much of the ‘Do’ or ‘Action’ layer is already present in Sabisu: all the Pipeline has to do is trigger the appropriate Action, Process, Note or Advisory.

This is where the real power of Pipelines kicks in; triggering posts to Communities, or initiating a Process when an input meets a specific criteria. For example if a pressure falls below a set point an action can be triggered for those on shift to investigate.

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Pipelines are a great way to expose the configuration of Sabisu in a self-service, end-user managed way.

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