The complexity and number of devices in Ethernet-based industrial networks are constantly increasing due to growing requirements. Failure of devices in such networks may result in downtime and the disruption of critical services. To minimize downtime and its associated costs, transparency and a continuous monitoring of the network is crucial. Additionally, manual setup and management of device and firewall-/NAT configurations as well as firmware updates can be inefficient and error prone. SINEC NMS is a central solution for monitoring a wide range of different devices in a network as well as for configuration and management of the RUGGEDCOM network portfolio.
In this course, participants will learn how to use the network monitoring and management system SINEC NMS to monitor, document and configure their network from a central location, as well as to plan, implement and maintain their network monitoring solution. Through in-depth practical exercises you will put the theoretical knowledge into practice.
At the end of the course, you will be familiar with the requirements and solutions for monitoring and managing industrial networks with SINEC NMS, and you will be able to monitor, document and configure industrial networks with SINEC NMS.
Railway Communications System Engineers
Service and Maintenance Personnel
OT and IT Network Engineers
Technical Sales Personnel
Fundamentals of network monitoring
Documentation and inventory of networks to create transparency
Detection and diagnostics of network events
Customized and clear depiction of the monitored network
Evaluation and optimization of the network performance
Monitoring of third-party devices (manufacturer-independent network monitoring)
Central user management with UMC (User Management Component)
Integration of the network monitoring data with external systems
Implementation of policy-based network configurations with SINEC NMS
Central Firewall- and NAT-Management
Network monitoring with multiple SINEC NMS Operations
Knowledge in accordance with the course “Ethernet Fundamentals in Industrial Networks”: You should be familiar with topologies, transmission methods, addressing and transport of data, and understand the associated technical vocabulary. It is also helpful to be familiar with the functionality of routers and switches, as well as the OSI reference model.
After the training course, you have the opportunity to become certified as "Siemens Certified Professional for Industrial Networks – Monitoring and Configuration". The certification examination takes place at the end of this training. As an option, the examination may be taken at a later time.
Please note that before the examination you have to identify yourself by showing a valid photo identification.