This class will focus on using integration-to-warehouse data and develop reports in order to enhance the value of your implementation of Autodesk PLM 360 software. Many organizations have reporting needs that are complex and that may be unsolvable with standard PLM reports. Discover how to use the REST API to access the data you need to build the perfect report, and learn tactics for scheduled warehousing of PLM data into a relational database where you can integrate it with other data sources in order to create the perfect data set. Learn how Greenpoint Technologies, Inc., put in place straightforward Reporting and Report Delivery Solutions for its users. We will discuss Jitterbit, Autodesk PLM 360 software, SQL, SSRS, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft SharePoint.
- Learn how to call the Autodesk PLM 360 software API using Jitterbit to get records from multiple workspaces that will be used in reporting
- Learn how to create a connection from Jitterbit to a SQL database to insert the records from Autodesk PLM 360 software
- Learn how to schedule the pull of Autodesk PLM 360 software data using Jitterbit to get the right data at the right time
- Learn how to use data from multiple sources to create the reports your users crave
Michael Pares develops and implements business software solutions for Greenpoint Technologies, a VIP completion center for Boeing Business Jets.
Jared is an Autodesk PLM 360 Product Manager residing in the Lake Oswego, Oregon office. Jared's main focus areas within PLM 360 include: the scripting engine, REST API, Enterprise Integrations, Administration/Configuration, along with other areas of the tool. In addition to managing aspects of the PLM 360 product, Jared is also called upon for his technical knowledge in developing different customer solutions. Jared came to Autodesk in 2011 after spending 10+ years supporting and implementing PLM, PDM, CAD, CAM, and analytical engineering tools for companies that include: Xerox Corp., L3 Communications, Raytheon, and Tektronix. He also holds a BS in Computer Science from Portland State University.