PLM 360 is now part of the Autodesk product innovation platform, named Fusion. This platform redefines the way products are designed, made and used. Fusion brings together a unique set of cloud-connected design, manufacturing, and IoT tools.
As part of this change, PLM 360 will now be Fusion Lifecycle. It's still the same great product lifecycle management solution, but now part of our Fusion family.
- Kimberly Stout, Community Manager
I expect it will be there before the end of the month.
You will see some branding changes in-product with our next release, currently slated to happen in the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, you'll notice a change in brand here, on our website, social & content channels.
Hope that answers your question. Thanks!
A quick google search of "Fusion Lifecycle" brings up a ton of Oracle stuff. Smart.
I hope the rebranding was worth it for Autodesk.
For existing users who are only interested in using the product, rebranding is nothing but a nuisance.
Exciting to see this is now part of the Fusion Platform.
Can you please elaborate on how this change may affect the PLM (Fusion Lifecycle) web address and API, specifically the address of the REST endpoints?
become something like this:
Mac Pro (Late 2013) | 3.7 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon E5 | 12GB 1.8 GHz DDR3 ECC | Dual 2GB AMD FirePro D300
MacBook Pro 15" (Late 2016) | 2.6 GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i7 | 16GB 2.1 GHz LPDDR3 | 4GB AMD RadeonPro 460
macOS Sierra, Windows 10
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Couldn’t make it to Autodesk University? Some of the Fusion Lifecycle Classes are available to watch on-demand: