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The Orchestrator 2012 Beta Community Evaluation Program (CEP) has been building steadily over the last few weeks, and we are now well over 500 participants! We have the foundations for a very strong technical community here, and it has been great to see the community asking, and answering questions about Orchestrator in the forums.
The Orchestrator Beta download has been live for 10 days now, and the download stats are amazing. It really is great to see the level of enthusiasm around the solution sets, and I know we have an exciting few months coming up as we release updated Integration Packs and build towards the Release Candidate which will have additional features and functionality.
I encourage you to participate in the CEP, go sign up now and be part of the community, and I shall watch with interest how this grows!
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