If you are new to Fabrication software, there's a lot of road between installing the software and deploying and implementing the product across an enterprise. How do you point all your users to the same database? How do you implement security so that not everybody can change your database? How do you upgrade a Fabrication software database to the next release? All these common questions have easy answers that are not easy to come by if you are a new user. This lab will walk you through taking the configuration that installs to deploying the software to all users in your company in a safe and effective manner.
- Learn how to take a local database installation and copy it to the network
- Learn how to implement user security to a database configuration
- Learn how to upgrade software and keep your existing database
- Learn how to implement best practices for database administration
A Midwestern transplant now based in Southern California, and a veteran Autodesk University speaker, Darren Young has held a variety of positions over the last 20 years, including CAD and CAM (computer-aided manufacturing) engineer, CAD administrator, and CAD/CAM systems developer. Currently, Young is the Building Information Modeling (BIM) applications manager for Southland Industries, one of the largest mechanical engineering and construction companies in the United States. Young manages one of the largest installations of Fabrication software licenses in the world. Young's true interest is the automation of manufacturing systems, and his experience ranges from lean manufacturing to architecture. This has led him to projects varying in scope from dress patterns to gas turbine piping. He has founded a consulting and development business, and he has been a technical editor and publication author.