This is the second part of the two-part blog where we are showing the sequence of specific steps, we followed to install a Local Storage Provider to be used for SNO deployments over Bare Metal. To see important considerations and general discussion, feel free to see previous blog entry.
At Interloc, many of our Maximo consultants are continuously improving upon their MAS functional and technical skills. For those resources focusing on MAS installations, we use the Single Node OpenShift deployment option to create our own, individual environments to replicate issues and probable solutions. Considering these SNO instances are predominantly deployed either in Bare Metal hosts or in Virtualized platforms (like VMware ESXi as VMs) then a solution to have a locally provisioned Storage Class is needed in order to have all MAS and dependencies use it for Shared Storage.
Introduction: Cognos Analytics on CP4D with Maximo Application Suite is a wondrous fusion of technological brilliance and business analytics excellence. Powered by latest and greatest Watson AI, Cognos allows users to effortlessly analyze complex data sets and unlock actionable insights hidden within their data.
With Maximo Application Suite, IBM is providing Maximo users the power of connected devices and AI, completely integrated within the platform of Maximo application suite. In this blog, I intend to provide you with a comprehensive process and data flow for implementing predictive maintenance models in Maximo Predict. AI/ML models will predict asset failures based upon current condition of the assets, helping customers to move from a “Preventive” to “Predictive” Maintenance Strategy.
Maximo Application Framework Configuration Application (MAF Config App), a UI Configuration Tool, was introduced by IBM to configure Maximo Mobile applications. Support for Health & Predict was introduced with Maximo Application Suite and IBM is continuously adding more features with their latest MAS releases. Maximo Mobile, Health & Predict applications are built with IBM's Graphite Framework and Carbon Design component.