Yes, you read that title correct…Revit and Vault working together. The below link is a post from Brian Schanen (Autodesk) that shows how Revit can work with Vault.
Now, this shows Vault working with a “single user” file, i.e. not a central file. So we’ll just have to wait and see if functionality will become available for central files. But, what is interesting about the Vault is its use for finding families in the library. Being able to search by name or even better yet, properties/parameters is a big deal.
I don’t know much of anything about Vault (other than what my MSD colleagues have to say about it) but it’s intriguing to see how it can work with Revit. This will be something to follow to see where it goes…if anywhere.