EasyStack Training GemertAlthough EasyStack is, like its name already says, very easy, training is recommended. Why? Because with training you learn how to get the best out of EasyStack. That’s why we encourage training. For training dates and general information about trainings, please look at the training page.

This EasyStack training consist of:

  • Introduction
    You cannot take advantage of big data if you don’t know what it is. This introduction explains that to you and gives you answers on questions like: why is it so important tag the data nowadays, what is HayStack and how did we make Haystack easy?
  • EasyStack Overview
    This topic shows you that EasyStack is mobile first (it grows as your screen grows) and the user interface is contact sensitive, so you easily change from one app to another and see what is related to the location you are at. All this is done automatically, based on tags.
  • Flexible Architectures
    EasyStack can be installed in the cloud, a (local) server, a global controller and even in an edge device. Everything can easily exchange data using the Haystack protocol that takes full advantage of the tagging modelling.
  • Graphics
    The graphics in EasyStack are built based on tags. That’s why one graphic can be used repeatedly everywhere in your project. The graphics are built using the browser and HTML5 / JavaScript technologies.
  • Historian
    Learn how to create and share your favourites charts, for your personal or customer use. Do it once and use it repeatedly.
  • Alarms/FDD
    Alarm programs give you a message when something is wrong. They work in the same way as graphics. Create one alarm program and it can be used for all devises of the same type.
  • Schedules
    Learn how to configure, clone and relate the schedulable points with your schedules.
  • Notes
    Learn how to manage efficiently and improve the communication with your customer by using notes in EasyStack. Keep track of that communication using the power of the folio database.
  • Logic Builder
    Build one program that can control several equipment’s, change it once and change them all using block programing within the browser.
  • Folio
    This app shows you how easy the database structure is. If you understand how a filter works on an excel sheet, then you understand how to use the stack database. Filter, query, change and delete records in here or use advanced tools to do more and save time. Learn how to take full backups and restore by using snapshots.
  • DB Builder
    The DB Builder is the place where all the magic happens. Bring your points in, using our set of ‘connectors’. Organise them in the way you want, and not the way your tools demand you. Tag them and see how easy your job gets done, by creating the real relations that exist between them. Define what points collect historical data and define the ones that can be controlled from a schedule, so your end user can define how may schedules he wants and who knows even create them himself.