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deployment

Installing, setting up, testing and running. This military term, which means the placement of troops and equipment in the field, is widely used with computers as an alternate to the word "implementation." For example, "XYZ software deployment" is the same as saying "XYZ software implementation." To "deploy" something is to "get it installed and running."
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Sustainment Support System computer software is fast becoming the heartbeat of in-transit visibility for the Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command and its Task Force concept.
The Redtails made three more deployments to the Vietnam War zone on Kearsarge by 1969, conducting antishipping missions and naval gunfire spotting.
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Developments will be made in regard to new, expanded customer deployments, and attention will be devoted to developing more efficient, streamlined management methods for IP storage solutions.
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This was the smoothest deployment that I have experienced in my career.
The wing conducted seven combat deployments, and received the Presidential Unit Citation and two Navy Unit Commendations.
The Internet Protocol-based IP SAN, utilizing the recently standardized iSCSI protocol, offers a more economically viable and cost-effective alternative to implementing shared, networked, block storage to facilitate Exchange deployments or server consolidations.
Harvey said his unit focused on mission accomplishment while incorporating new ideas as the Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command's test bed for transformation initiatives.
VS-29 supported the intensive operations against enemy forces in Vietnam and guarded against the deployments of Soviet guided-missile submarines to the area.
Cisco and Intel engaged Forrester Research, an independent technology and market research company, to conduct research to gauge industry sentiment about enterprise wireless deployments.