Does anyone here have any experience with installing (and using) EPDM server components on the cloud?
I don't believe it is a supported configuration, but still....
I'd be happy to hear your experience and opinions!
I know of two EPDM companies running EPDM in an IaaS environment. They both like it, it has quite a few advantages: http://www.3dvision.com/wordpress/2011/10/25/virtual-data-centers-running-epdm/
As long as you are talking IaaS, I don't think it is even fair to say it is not supported. In this case you are really doing nothing more than renting time on a virtual machine, the location of the machine shouldn't matter.
SaaS...as far as I can tell isn't even legal according to the license agreement.
Thanks Jeff! That's helpfull.
Anyone else that can share his experience with us will be much appreciated
Looks like this is an old string , however we are sucessfully doing this. Here is a link to an infographic thqt will help explain some of the benifits to our solution.
Not knowing all of the technical requirements you are trying to solve;
Realizing the need for EPDM and the cloud, we formed a company (http://www.Stratus-X.com). Richie Yosten and I have been close partners for over 5 years, we have worked together on several EPDM implementations. TDA (http://www.tdaviation.com/) was one of the first companies that I know of that implemented EPDM in a Cloud environment I am very proud and happy to say the Richie and I were the architects in the implementation. We implemented EPDM over 5 years ago at TDA in a Cloud Environment. We have 5 years of hosting experience that I do not believe you can find with anyone else.
We will have a demo vault up and running very soon. Additionally we will have a Web interface available (not the EPDM Web Client that ships with EPDM).
Richie or myself would be happy to discuss your needs and what options you have as for EPDM, CAD, and the Cloud. Please feel free to call us anytime. 214.552.5919 | firstname.lastname@example.org | http://www.Stratus-X.com
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