NX on Cloud


The pandemic presented unique challenges that no organization could have foreseen and prepared for. One of the main challenges was continuing with normal business activities with zero or limited employees in the business premises. By leveraging cloud solutions that enable employees to work remotely, many companies were able to increase their overall productivity and security without any increase in operations costs.

On this episode of the Next Generation Design podcast, our host, Jennifer Piper, spoke with  Boris Raskin, Product Manager at Siemens for NX Cloud Products and, Gauhar Junnarkar, Product Manager in Microsoft Azure High-Performance Computing to discuss the cloudification trend and how Siemens NX continues to leverage it.

In this episode, you’ll learn about Siemens NX on Microsoft Azure and the benefits that it offers over the desktop application. You’ll also learn about the cloudification trend and the challenges that transitioning companies are facing. Additionally, you’ll hear about what the future holds for cloud services and cloud-native applications.

What You’ll Learn in this Episode:

  • Why engineering and manufacturing companies transitioning their operations to the cloud
  • The challenges that companies looking to transition to the cloud are facing
  • The benefits of transitioning to the cloud
  • Why the cloud solution performs better than on-premise solution
  • The benefits of having Siemens NX the cloud
  • How Siemens NX on Azure leverages the continuous release features
  • How the cloud will evolve in the future

Contact us for more information on the NX Design options currently be provided as cloud solutions.

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Connect with Boris on LinkedIn

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Disclaimer: I am the author at PLM ECOSYSTEM, focusing on developing digital-thread platforms with capabilities across CAD, CAM, CAE, PLM, ERP, and IT systems to manage the product data lifecycle and connect various industry networks. My opinions may be biased. Articles and thoughts on PLMES represent solely the author's views and not necessarily those of the company. Reviews and mentions do not imply endorsement or recommendations for purchase.

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