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Setting Up Tagging and Load Balancing In DriveWorks Autopilot

Tech Team Thursday

Setting Up Tagging and Load Balancing In DriveWorks Autopilot

Every Thursday the DriveWorks Tech Team share their knowledge and expertise in these 30 minute value added webinars exclusively for DriveWorks Reseller AEs and DriveWorks Pro customers on subscription support.

On Thursday, September 22nd, DriveWorks Applications Engineer, John will bewill be looking at Load Balancing and Tagging in DriveWorks Autopilot.

Load Balancing gives you the opportunity to run multiple Autopilots on multiple machines in the same Shared Group. DriveWorks will automatically balance the load between the machines so that no two Autopilots attempt to process the same job.

Tagging is a new feature introduced in DriveWorks 14 and it allows you to tag specific Models, Specifications, Triggered Actions or Emails based on a list of Tags, which can be defined by rules.

To help you use these features to their full potential, John will cover:
The benefits of Load Balancing and Tagging
Load Balancing without Tags
Where Tags can be set up and how to build Rules for them
Setting up Tags in multiple Autopilots
Examples of Priority Tagging
Example of a model with complex geometry needing to be processed by a more powerful machine
Directing SOLIDWORKS Photoview 360 and Microsoft Office tags to certain machines
Modifying Model Generation Order

No matter which stage you are at with your DriveWorks projects, this webinar will be beneficial for you. Youll learn more about Tagging, a great new feature in DriveWorks 14, which may provide functionality that you didnt know about before.

Using DriveWorks Autopilot is a big part of a DriveWorks Pro Implementation. Tagging gives you even greater control of how Specifications and Models are processed by DriveWorks Autopilot, helping to streamline your implementation.

John will also show you the benefits of using Load Balancing on multiple Autopilots, demonstrating how large scale implementations can be processed faster and more efficiently.

We welcome questions throughout and after the webinar.

The webinar will take place at 4pm BST on Thursday, September 22nd.

Find the webinar time in your timezone here.


September 22nd

4pm BST

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