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Orchestration

To organize and combine harmoniously so as to achieve a desired or effective combination of form, color and texture of the materials used.
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With this new version of Veeam Availability Orchestrator, Veeam has democratised DR by enabling organisations of all sizes to achieve comprehensive and compliant DR for all their applications and data, no matter how they've been protected.
The Aviatrix Orchestrator is available now as an optional feature of the Aviatrix AVX Controller.
Additionally, Pure Service Orchestrator employs an automated,
As well as using orchestrators which work with multiple clouds, businesses would do well to make sure processes and workflow for provisioning resources (IDs and IPs) take place at the highest level, allowing for complete traceability of which resources were correctly provisioned.
The Intel HPC Orchestrator with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for HPC allows customers to run a fully supported stack for HPC workloads.
Amdocs Network Cloud Service Orchestrator, built on Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform, offers service providers with choice and the ability to deploy services faster, helping them to remain competitive in this fast-changing market."
More specifically, CenturyLink will use Cyan's Blue Planet NFV Orchestrator to bridge multiple technologies to instantiate virtual network functions (VNF) from multiple vendors.
Telco Systems has debuted three new SDN/NFV products, EdgeGenie Orchestrator, vSMU TelcoApp and vTunnel TelcoApp.
We believe procurement is a natural owner of this orchestrator role.
The application illustrated relies on Internet connectivity between the agents, analytics orchestrator, and cloud services.
Butt was named as the orchestrator of a plot to bowl deliberate no-balls in the Lord's Test against England in 2010, with Asif and Amir the men who delivered them.

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