Teamcenter Running on SQL Server 2012 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Successfully Supports 10,000 Concurrent Users With Excellent Performance

Product lifecycle management (PLM) is an enterprise, business, and information strategy that helps companies develop and deliver world-class products quickly and efficiently. Teamcenter from Siemens PLM Software is the most widely used PLM system in the world, powering innovation and improving productivity by connecting people with the product and process knowledge they need to succeed…

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Impressive Benchmark Testing Results: SQL Server 2012 and Teamcenter

In November 2011, Siemens PLM Software, Microsoft, and Intel conducted performance and scalability testing on Teamcenter 8.3 with Microsoft SQL Server 2012 running on servers based on Intel Xeon processors. The benchmark testing was very successful, confirming that Teamcenter cansuccessfully scale to 10,000 concurrent users on the Microsoft platform with excellent performance and linear growth…

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Siemens PLM: How Systems-Driven Product Development Drives Success in the Automotive Industry (Webcast)

Successful automobile design today requires electronics and software design expertise in addition to traditional mechanics. Automotive engineers and product developers must be able to simultaneously design the various elements of mechatronic products to ensure that mechanical, electrical, systems, and software designs work together to contribute to a high-quality product. Join moderator Peter Brown, publisher of…

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Siemens PLM: Improving Workplace Environments with Kinect and Jack

Siemens PLM Software is working on innovative ways to bring the natural user interfaces (NUI) capabilities of Microsoft Kinect to Jack, their human simulation solution that helps manufacturers design safe, efficient, and comfortable workplace environments. This video shows how Jack can use the full-body tracking system of Microsoft Kinect to make the process of designing…

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Siemens Teamcenter Running on SQL Server and Windows Server Successfully Supports 5K Concurrent Users

As part of their strategic alliance, Siemens and Microsoft, in partnership with HP and Intel, ran benchmarking tests to evaluate the performance and scalability of current versions of Teamcenter, Microsoft SQL Server, and Windows Server. These tests were completed in March 2011 in the HP labs in Houston, Texas, using HP ProLiant DL580 G7 hardware…

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Siemens: Interview with Lonnye Bower at PLM Connections

Chris Kelley interviewed Lonnye Bower at PLM Connections held in Las Vegas, May 2nd-5th 2011. The video is on his Siemens PLM Software blog. Lonnye, an IT Pro Evangelist at Microsoft,  works with Siemens Teamcenter. She described the latest developments from Teamcenter’s and Microsoft’s joint efforts on improving the product and reducing the total cost of ownership. Lonnye…

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Siemens: Using compression to improve performance and reduce costs

In prior posts, I have described the benefit of Read-Committed Snapshot Isolation (RCSI). RCSI will usually benefit most ISV databases. Another method may benefit many ISV databases (running on SQL Server 2008 and later):  compression. Compression is often ignored because of user experiences with the apparent slowness of zipping and unzipping files. There is an important…

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Siemens PLM running on SQL Server saves costs across the board

Recently I was reading the PLM World e-Newsletter  and saw this nice table reflecting the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). TCO Category Microsoft SQL Server  2008 Benefit over Oracle Database 11g IT Labor 24 percent lower IT labor costs Software 44 percent lower software costs Hardware Up to 38 percent lower cost Software costs Included…

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Siemen's PLM: SPÄNEX runs on SQL Server

SPÄNEX based in Uslar, Germany,  design and provide chip-extraction, dust-extraction and filtering plants around the world. They are a small company with only 60 employees with minimial information technology support. After two years of consideration, they selected SQL Server based Solid Edge Insight. In time, they expect to migrate to Siemen’s Teamcenter running on SQL Server. A…

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Migration: The value gained moving from Oracle to SQL Server 2008R2

[DB2 Migration Value]  [Sybase Migration Value] In the early 1980’s I was an Oracle Developer on mainframes and on MS-DOS using Oracle 5.1 on MS-DOS (distributed on some 20+ diskettes — I still have them). It was an interesting time because PC products like dBase II were power-user friendly but did not scale. Oracle scaled, but was…

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