from a PLM architect
- Ingénieur ESIEE - specialized in Microelectronic
- RAKON: Process Engineer
- ACCENTURE : SAP Fi/CO Consultant
- SAGEM D&S: Process Engineer
- Minerva France : CEO & PLM Consultant
"Graphs eat the world"
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Graphs & PLM ?
Allowing impact analysis accross different products, BOMs and multiple production and engineering sites.
Permissions & Access rights
Allowing a more manageable granularity for permissions and access rights, with a fast execution by the software for a better user experience.
Helps working on multi-BOM situations with a better visibility on data manipulated like in Manufacturing BOMs that are trendy.
Query language for graphs
Cypher / SQL
Navigate the database
MATCH (a:Part) RETURN a
START a=node() MATCH a-[r]-b RETURN a,r,b
MATCH (a:PLMUser),(b:PLMIdentity),(c:Permission) RETURN a,b,c
MATCH (a:PLMUser)-[:isPartOf*]->(b:PLMIdentity)-[:canRead]->(c:Permission)-[:definesAccessTo]->(d:Part) WHERE d.partNumber="X999" RETURN a
For more info :
- contact me
- wikipedia (always a good start)
- Read the Graph databases book
- Download neo4j and learn Cypher (or OrientDB or any other GraphDB solution from the wikipedia list of 38 projects)