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Well, it seems like only yesterday that we were starting the Orchestrator 2012 Beta Community Evaluation Program, and here we are now heading to the final meeting!
If you have been part of the Program, we thank you for the engagement and feedback that you have provided and we hope it was a valuable experience. If you have not participated, it’s still worth your time to join so you can gain access to the materials and meeting recordings, there is certainly a lot of incredibly useful information being provided by the Orchestrator team.
I would also point you to a new post from Jim Britt from our internal team who has posted an article on importing runbooks from Opalis.
The final call for the Orchestrator CEP is on August 25th where we will be covering what is coming with the Orchestrator 2012 Release Candidate. There are some important changes and new items to cover, so we look forward to discussing these with you.
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