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Data is going to pile up over time. It can be the biggest part of managing our data in the long haul. In parts one and two we shared how to manage your archive with cleanup and distribution techniques. Let’s discuss a few options here to reduce the footprint, or at least spread it around a little bit with compression and cold storage.
The location where our data is stored isn’t set in stone. There will be situations when we need more space, more speed, or in a bad situation – a failing drive. This blog contains methods used to relocate and redistribute our SOLIDWORKS PDM vault storage.
It can be hard to determine how much data will be needed as time goes on; and considering the rate at which new CAD data is added to the SOLIDWORKS PDM vault, this quantity is likely to increase. To reduce the stress on server hard drives, there are a few techniques to managing PDM archive.
SOLIDWORKS Manage 2020 brings with it plenty of new features regarding processes. Here are a few of them detailed out a little more.
SOLIDWORKS Manage 2020 enhancements don’t stop with processes as outline in Part 1 of this blog article that you can read here. Here are a few more that SOLIDWORKS has given us with this new release.
SOLIDWORKS has done well in the last few years regarding the SOLIDWORKS PDM Web2 client. We’ve seen some pretty useful features added with a full redesign of the interface. This year is no exception to that! We see quite a few additions to Web2, bringing us closer to a full PDM experience in a browser.