|End Date||Start Day||Start Time||Course Cost||Status|
|Distance Learning (web-based / English): Local start time in Dubai: 9 a.m||22-May-2019||23-May-2019||Wednesday||9:00 AM||$750.00 USD|
|Distance Learning (web-based / English): Paris||17-Apr-2019||18-Apr-2019||Wednesday||1:00 PM||$750.00 USD|
|Wait List||9-Dec-2025||9-Dec-2025||Tuesday||7:00 AM||$0.00 USD|
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In this one day hands on course you will navigate an existing Meridium APM Policy to learn how it may be used to monitor the health of equipment.
You will learn about suggested conventions for building Policies and then build a Policy that consists of several branches. Policies will consist of various Input Nodes, Condition Nodes, and Calculation Nodes. You will add a Policy Instance and validate the policy at several milestones.
Additionally, you will navigate several policies to learn about nodes that offer advanced functionality, such as Collection filter Nodes, Threshold Statistic Nodes, and Point Value Nodes. Finally, you will copy an existing policy and enhance it by deleting some of its existing nodes and connections, and adding Case Nodes to it.
Key Session Topics:
• Introduction to the Policy Manager tool.
• Building a Policy
• Using Nodes with Advanced Functionality