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dc.contributor.supervisorMiglani, Sumit-
dc.contributor.authorRathore, Shailendra-
dc.descriptionM.E. (Information Security)en
dc.description.abstractSupervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) is widely used to control and keep track of equipment or a plant in industries like water and waste control, telecommunications, energy, transport, and oil and gas refining. It gathers data from the distant site, presents data to the operator through the Human machine interface (HMI) and transmits control signals to the remote site. So it is critical to monitor and analyze SCADA performance. To address this issue, we present performance monitoring and analyzer tool used for CG SCADA (Crompton Greaves SCADA) system which can monitor and analyze performance parameter such as CPU utilization, memory usage and page fault rate from time to time on demand. This tool is used to monitor and analyze the CG-SCADA in two different states viz. in real time and on the basis of logged information. The real time analyzing is provided detailed tabular display and line graph representation. The logged information analyzing is done on filter condition as per user requirement and it provides the filtered information in line graph representation. This tool achieves real time monitoring and analyzing of SCADA performance parameter during the CG-SCADA operation. At the same time, it also record monitoring data in database within specified intervals and show recorded data on client HMI.en
dc.description.sponsorshipCSED, Thapar University, Patialaen
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dc.subjectCPU Utilizationen
dc.subjectPage Fault Rateen
dc.subjectComputer Scienceen
dc.titlePerformance Monitoring and Analyzer Tool for CG SCADAen
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