To understand how Dataminer learns from past incidents. Do we need to keep all past records for the trend analysis or that it is not necessary to keep all past records once Dataminer has learnt and understood the trend from past analysis?
As my existing alarm logs are kept for around 13 months, and dataminer has learnt and analyzed from this history of record of event, upon these record being overwritten, does dataminer still able to recognize the trending pattern or events that happened more than 13 months ago?
Noted that the suggestion event tab at the alarm console only show past few suggestion events. Can users look at past 12 months of suggestion events?
Look forward for your advice.
Indeed, the suggestion events tab only displays recently detected behavioral changes or patterns in a parameter's trend data. However, the history of suggestion events can be retrieved in a very similar way as other historical alarm events can be fetched, for instance by applying a filter in the Cube alarm console
It’s worth noting that the AI models retain what has been learned on past trend data behavior even when the trend data is no longer available. This means that a tagged trend pattern will still be detected in newly incoming data, even when the pattern was created a long time ago. Also the anomaly detection models learn and adapt on the incoming data values and do not depend on the length of the stored trend data history.
I hope this information helps. Don't hesitate to reach out with follow-up questions if you would have any.