What's new in OSLC Connect for Windchill 3.3.0?

By Robert Baillargeon | 29/01/2021 |

We are proud to announce our 3.3.0 release of OSLC Connect for Windchill. This release is focused on our large enterprise teams.

We are now providing support for Windchill clusters (multiple node deployments). This provides scale and performance for our large Windchill customers. Whether you are a single node or a five node deployment, the OSLC Connect for Windchill features scale to meet the needs of your organizations.

We are also including product enhancements to support Windchill version 12.2.1.x as well as IBM ELM version 7.0.1.

If you are interested in bridging your Windchill PLM tools with your ALM tools (IBM ELM or Atlassian Jira) reach out to our team to understand how OSLC Connect for Windchill can meet your needs.

Get start with a free 21-day trial evaluation of OSLC Connect for Windchill

For our existing customers, please access the download portal for your software updates or contact the support desk.

Robert Baillargeon

Robert Baillargeon is the Chief Product Officer at SodiusWillert. Before his role at SodiusWillert, Robert has led engineering and research teams developing systems and deploying tools in the Automotive industry. Robert is a provisional ASPICE assessor and has a Masters of Science degree in Software Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.

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