Autodesk University
Hands-on lab    PL22064-L
Data and Lifecycle Management in the Cloud (Lab)
Mikel Martin, Lisa Darrah
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In this hands-on lab, we will teach you how to effortlessly upload and access your data in the Autodesk cloud. But getting data into the cloud is only part of the story; you’re going to want to do something with it. Being a Fusion Lifecycle software user, you will use that data to work through Fusion Lifecycle workflows. We will do all of this through a brand-new cohesive and fluid experience that you have to see! Come to this lab to take a spin through the new Fusion Lifecycle software and cloud product data management (PDM) experience. This session features PLM 360 (now Fusion Lifecycle) and Fusion Lifecycle.

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to use Fusion Lifecycle and A360 together through a new cohesive and fluid experience
  • Learn how to use Fusion Lifecycle with data stored in the Autodesk cloud
  • Learn how to access, edit, and upload all data from the cloud directly from desktop applications
  • Understand the concept of pinning attachments, of the various pinning policies, and of file operations using Fusion Lifecycle


Mikel Martin
Lisa Darrah is a senior program manager for A360 cloud-based products and services, and she has been at Autodesk, Inc., for 17 years. She started at Autodesk as a product support engineer and then moved onto quality assurance and project management. Her knowledge of the various aspects of software lifecycle has helped her as a program manager to include the views from Autodesk customers while defining and driving the A360 cloud-based products and services projects.
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Craig Godfrey is a Sr. User Experience Designer for the Data Management group at Autodesk in Novi, Michigan. Craig has worked at Autodesk for 10 years starting in Quality Assurance for AutoCAD Mechanical, Inventor, and the Vault line of products. Before joining Autodesk, Craig was an Applications Engineer for 2 years.
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Adam Luttenbacher is a senior user experience designer and has been with Autodesk, Inc., for over 12 years. Extensive experience with Autodesk's data management software has given Adam a significant role in improving both the user's experience and the product quality. Educating and interacting directly with the user community at Autodesk University each year has been a top priority for Adam.
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Brian Schanen works for Autodesk, Inc., as a technical marketing manager focused on Autodesk PLM 360 software. In this role, he builds and delivers collateral for both customers and Autodesk's channel partners to increase the chance of successful and enthusiastic use of Autodesk PLM 360 software. Through blog posts, videos, and white papers covering Autodesk PLM 360 software and product data management, Brian evangelizes Product Lifecycle Management Solutions. He has also taught at Autodesk University multiple times, and he now works with customers to implement complete solutions specializing in the Autodesk products. See more at:
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