Amazon and 3DS Team on Delivering Cloud-Based Applications

Amazon and 3DS Team on Delivering Cloud-Based Applications

Dassault Systemes (3DS) and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have teamed to enable companies of all sizes to get started quickly with 3DS Version 6 solutions on AWS.

Amazon Web Services (AWS), an Amazon.com company, delivers elastic cloud infrastructure. Dassault Systemes (3DS) specializes in 3D and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions. Both partners are collaborating to address the burgeoning demand by organizations to leverage cloud technologies to more efficiently deploy, maintain, and access 3D, Product Lifecycle Management and solutions.

Dassault Systemes offers a platform that can be used for various purposes: run lifelike experiences, reveal smart information, enable social innovation, imagine with 3D and structure companies’ assets and operations to execute to excellence. This platform is powered by Version 6 technologies, and delivers simple mechanisms to configure on-the-fly, extend with mash-up capabilities, and develop new applications and experiences.

Following this announcement, Version 6 solutions are offered in 3DS experiences store and on AWS to the global market.

According to Dassault Systemes, the company is utilizing the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) to provide discrete compute environments for each customer.  This provides a preconfigured environment for companies to run 3D, PLM and lifelike experience. It is also leveraging the AWS global footprint to provide the best experience for their customers, regardless of their physical location.

Moving PLM to the cloud is a giant step in giving back our customers the freedom, the power and the agility that they have been longing for. Amazon Web Services made it possible thanks to the quality of its global, reliable, scalable and cost-effective cloud infrastructure,” said Bernard Charles, president and CEO, Dassault Systemes.

Dassault Systemes is a pioneer in 3D and PLM solutions. This new offering will enable our joint customers to more easily collaborate on complex, globally distributed, product designs and plans,” said Andy Jassy, senior vice president, Amazon Web Services. “We are extremely pleased to work with Dassault Systemes to help them deliver innovative cloud based solutions to the market.”

By Anuradha Shukla

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