DataHub V10 adds a variety of new functionality described here, that brings new choices for secure local and cloud integration of industrial systems.
Users of older versions will be able to upgrade to the latest technology and then add on the new functionality to expand the value delivered by their DataHub.
DataHub V10 builds on powerful remote configuration capabilities introduced in DataHub V9 by adding the ability to import configurations from CSV for
In V10, you'll gain the functionality of the DataHub Smart MQTT Client and Broker that resolves many of the edge case risks and inconsistencies inherent to the use of MQTT in large and critical applications.
The updated MQTT capabilities include:
Whenever you move data to the cloud, there's risk the connection will be down when it's time send data.
Using the InfluxDB capabilities of DataHub, V10 can store-and-forward data to Azure IoT Hub, Google IoT, Amazon IoT Core, Amazon Kinesis, and other MQTT brokers.
With V10, you get the comfort of local historical storage and the reliability of store-and-forward of your OPC and other data to the cloud, in a single configuration.
DataHub is well known for it's ability to source data from the many variations of OPC, databases, MQTT and more and once the data is in the DataHub you can use it many ways.
With V10, you'll be able to integrate with many different historian systems:
DataHub V10 adds new functionality and expands on existing functionality for Alarms & Notifications.
DataHub's is known for it's ability to move data securely through DMZ, proxies and even do so without opening inbound firewall ports on critical control or business networks.
With DataHub V10, you'll be able to combine the support for InfluxDB with the DataHub Tunneler to move historical data with Store & Forwarding build in to avoid data loss when network problems happen.
Change the game - move data, but don't expose your network, without the risks of VPNs and inbound firewall ports.
Available in the Azure Marketplace, the Skkynet DataHub is a Microsoft Azure Managed Application that is optimized to securely receive your data using all of DataHub's secure and robust tunneling capabilities and then integrate it with your on-premise DataHub instances.
Because licensing of the Azure service is consistent with other native Azure apps, it can be more cost effective than taking a full DataHub premise license and paying for an Azure hosted full virtual machine, as you only pay for resources consumed.
Every DataHub update includes security improvements in the product that for your protection. As US-CISA and NIST recommend, industrial control systems should always run current software.
In V10, some specific functionality was improved: