SCADA Server

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Introduction

Fernhill SCADA uses a client-server architecture. This consists of:

Read the sections below for more information on the Fernhill SCADA Server and Client Applications.

Fernhill SCADA Server

The Fernhill SCADA Server is a background process (service or daemon) that does the following:

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Running as a background service, the Fernhill SCADA Server continues to run even if no user is logged on to the host computer.

Fernhill SCADA Client Applications

Fernhill SCADA Client Applications connect to the Fernhill SCADA Server. For example:

Further Information

Fernhill SCADA Service

To learn how to manage the Fernhill SCADA Background Service.

Fernhill SCADA Server Parameters

To learn how to set parameters for the SCADA Server.

Fernhill SCADA Redundant Servers

To learn how to add resilience with a redundant server configuration.

Windows User Rights Editor

To learn how to set the rights of users accessing Fernhill SCADA running on Windows.

Editing User Rights on Linux

To learn how to set the rights of users accessing Fernhill SCADA running on Linux.

Configuration Tool

To learn about configuring Fernhill SCADA.

Drivers

To learn about the drivers supported in Fernhill SCADA.

Data Access

To learn how to connect third party applications to Fernhill SCADA.

Glossary

For the meaning of terms used in Fernhill SCADA.