This article contains some questions you may ask yourself about BIM Track Europe Data Center. Use the links below to access the different sections of the article.
- What is the location of the Europe data center?
Related: Data Locations
As a BIM Track customer, what does this mean?
If you are a current BIM Track customer, you now have the option of hosting your project data in Europe on new hubs* going forward.
The best way to do this is to create a second hub with a distinct name and then select Europe as the data location when creating the hub. Have the hub owner contact their account manager to activate a subscription.
Any new BIM Track standard and premium subscription is limited to one hub. This is why the account manager must set up an active subscription for a Hub in the Europe region for existing customers.
*Hubs means the BIM Track site where your company or organization sets up its projects.
What is the location of the Europe data center?
The data center is located in France with backups in Norway.
Can I move my project data or users from a hub hosted in the US to the Europe data center?
As there is no way to automatically move project data between hubs hosted in either Canada, the US or Europe, we recommend that you finish ongoing projects and start new projects on a new hub hosted in Europe.
Can I store my project data in Europe even if I’m not based in Europe?
Yes. When creating a hub, choose Europe as the location of your project data. Create new projects, add users, and administer this account just like you would on the Canada or US regions.
Are all components of BIM Track available on the Europe data center?
Most components are available. Here is a list below:
- BIM Track web access
- BIM Track Autodesk connectors
- BIM Track Tekla connector
- BIM Track Procore connector
- Most third-party vendors connectors
Can I create a BIM Track demo hub in the Europe data center?
At this time, the BIM Track demo hubs are only hosted in Canada.
The cloud has long been revolutionizing how people collaborate remotely in the AECO industry. In these challenging times, BIM Track is helping thousands of users maintain business continuity. The option to host project data in Europe is a leap forward for AECO businesses and will help sustain productivity