Cloud Logging is a service with which you can pull your data from your PLC, send it securely to the cloud, and access it through advanced and easy to use dashboards. These dashboards can be viewed from any device with an internet connection.
In addition to visualizing the data through dashboards, you can also export this data as a CSV-file, integrate this data into 3rd party BI tools, or integrate it into your own software through our API. All the pulled data will be timestamped and displayed in your own time zone. The data can be stored for up to 7 years on the IXON servers.
You can choose to activate Cloud Logging or try it 30 days for free, no strings attached.
Try 30 days for free
You can start a 30 day free trial to test if the Cloud Logging service suits your needs. No billing information will be required and the subscription will not be automatically renewed.
- Go to [Devices] in the main menu, select the concerning device, open its [Apps] tab, and press [Start trial].
Next stepNow that you've started your Cloud Logging trial, you're ready for the next step: to set up a data source.
Activate Cloud Logging
Cloud Logging is an automatically renewed monthly subscription per device. This requires you to have entered your billing information. This can be done at [Billing] in the account menu. You can click on your name in the top left corner to switch between the main menu and account menu.
The next steps show you how to activate Cloud Logging.
- Go to [Devices] in the main menu, select the concerning device, open its [Apps] tab, and press [Activate].
The available licenses are "standard", "professional", and "high-resolution", distinguished by the available data points per hour. Contact us if you're looking for a license package more tailored to your needs.
Data pointsData points are defined as the amount of values that are logged each hour. For example: logging one variable each minute would result in 60 data points per hour.
- Choose your licenseand press [Activate].
Next stepNow that you've activated Cloud Logging, you're ready for the next step: to set up a data source.