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We unveiled the next version of Opalis at MMS last week, which will be known as System Center Orchestrator. We also showed for the first time some early builds and did a short demo using Orchestrator.
Well, for those of you who could not make it to MMS, I have posted over on the new Orchestrator Blog site a run down on what we showed, along with some explanations and screenshots.
You can read the post here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/scorch/archive/2011/03/30/a-first-look-at-system-center-orchestrator.aspx
I will also be posting documentation on all demos we did at MMS, the first of which is here. After the blog posts are done, I will also post a video of the demo in full flight
I hope you enjoy, and as always, I welcome any feedback you have.
Snr. Technical Product Manager
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