Project Bluestreak, a long-running Autodesk technology preview, is ending. Project Bluestreak was our cloud-based solution that helped AEC project teams collaborate informally and coordinate their work efficiently.
What is happening, and when?
The Project Bluestreak service, an Autodesk Labs technology preview, is ending. Installations of Project Bluestreak will cease to function properly starting Monday, June 29, 2015.
Why is the technology preview ending?
As an Autodesk Labs technology, Project Bluestreak was created to solicit feedback around BIM collaboration workflows, and learn from usage patterns. We have met our goals and are ending the technology preview.
What will happen to my data on Project Bluestreak?
All data contained in the Project Bluestreak service will be deleted when Project Bluestreak ends.
What will replace Project Bluestreak?
We have learned a lot through the Project Bluestreak Labs technology preview. Much of that learning has been applied to our A360 Collaboration for Revit service, and specifically the Communicator messaging tool that works as part of that offering.
Initially, there will be no direct replacement for core scenarios that Project Bluestreak addresses — monitoring Autodesk Revit worksharing activities occurring on Revit Server — but the product team is evaluating the best way to deliver a solution to those scenarios.
Temporary retirement is alive in the lab.