Managing alarms and service continuity are necessary and mandatory activities in all critical infrastructures.
We're not trying to put pressure on you, but how you decide to manage them directly impacts the profitability and service results of your infrastructure.
That's why, at Bjumper, we have an alarm and continuity system that allows you to react quickly and avoid service interruptions – and, as a result, avoid losing money.
How? We apply the ISA 18.2 standard (Alarm Management Standard) by correctly defining all of the following:
Continuity software parameters
Alarms and thresholds for different scenarios
Elements of the electromechanical ecosystem
This application helps us reduce operational costs as it anticipates possible failures that directly affect the Data Center's service and critical infrastructure. In the event of an inevitable failure, it will help you react more quickly...
Alarm Rationalization: We always recommend a review of all existing alarms because not all alarms are necessary at all times. Each alarm always necessitates a response. If the operator doesn't need to respond, keeping them results in hidden operational costs.
Infrastructure Monitoring Unification.
Proper Alarm Operator Response at the NOC: To avoid the 'forward' effect of the NOC operator and ensure that only critical alarms are forwarded.
Continuity processes compliant with regulations and certifications.
Preventive Measures: Historical data stored in the system for post-mortem studies – after one of those incidents we never want to happen.
Comparison of Alarms and Service Continuity.
Excess alarm notifications leading to increased costs or incorrect actions
Configuration of specific thresholds for greater operational efficiency and infrastructure security
Efficient energy control through alarms defined based on needs and automated.
Continuous improvement in processes due to usage patterns and the alarm lifecycle
Configuration and predictive actions in response to possible activated alarms
Ability to integrate all devices from multiple manufacturers and protocols
At Bjumper, we invest time to ensure that alarm definitions and thresholds in data centers are perfect. This way, staff will easily identify device alarms, the thresholds designed for each customer or specific device, and know how to respond in case of incidents.
There is an increasing number of computing centers outside of the main data centers. It's often challenging for these data centers to have qualified personnel. Therefore, controlling alarms in these centers is vital for service continuity.
The industrial sector needs technology to renew and enhance its competitiveness. Alarm management is part of this technology that drives the industry across all its processes.
If we offer useful technology, it's because there are people behind it who thought of it that way, and because there are others who ensure it adapts to you.
With over 10 years of experience, at Bjumper, we have a clear understanding: the most important thing is to guarantee the project and stand by your side. In this application, we also provide:
And in this application as well:
Audits to enhance alarm performance:
- Control of the number of alarms and operators involved in alarm management.
- Detection of unnecessary alarms (alarms per minute, per hour).
- Correction of improper actions in response to priority alarms.
- Efficiency assessment for current alarms.
- Efficiency assessment for current alarms.
Alarm definition to prevent indirect alarm management costs.
Pre-trend analysis: Detection of potential dangerous situations for the infrastructure.
IImplementation or unification of monitoring systems: We will assist you with your existing alarm tools and recommend new solutions, both software and hardware, to provide you with an alarm monitoring layer suitable for your needs.
24/7 monitoring of your alarms: If you don't want to allocate your own resources to alarm management and monitoring, we provide a comprehensive turnkey solution, reporting at all times and improving service profitability.
Advisory support during the process: Based on historical data and threshold trends.
Detailed results report of the defined thresholds in the infrastructure.
How do I know which devices are monitorable?
Our application is independent of critical infrastructure design (SNMP, ModBUS, BACnet, or others).
We will integrate any device connected to a TCP-IP network with a known register map
Let us guide you well.
Your environment is unique in terms of both infrastructure and functionality and behavior. We don't work with off-the-shelf models; we are tailors with our own patterns.
I have monitoring but no thresholds, what should I do?
We install a complete application and provide you with detailed results of thresholds defined according to the infrastructure's needs, applying the ISA 18.2 Alarm Management Standard.
I'm getting too many alarms, how can I reduce them?
Certainly, our continuity management philosophy can help.
Our primary goal is to avoid the event = alarm effect
It might sound simple (and it is), but predefining alarms significantly reduces the number of alert notifications.
Can you help me define my alarms while improving service continuity?
Yes :), that's one of our specialties. Alarm monitoring and management are our expertise. We don't rely solely on alarms generated by devices; we create our own thresholds, which results in an alarm philosophy tailored to the benefit of your business.
At Bjumper, we understand infrastructure management in a unified way. Therefore, integrations with existing systems are critica.
Thanks to our years of experience, we can now say that we have developed integrations with:Infrastructure .
Elements: Read any element on a TCP-IP network.
Lee cualquier elemento en un red TCP-IP
MobBusTCP / BACnet / ProfiBus / …
IoT / MQTT
IPMI / WMI / SSH
TrueSight & Alarm Systems.
Bring alarms to the corporate system.
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Una comprensión real de las alarmas y umbrales , hace que tu infraestructura sea mucho más eficiente y confiable en todo momento.