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Orchestration and your configuration data

As this is my first blog post at automate-it.today I would like to start off with something less-technical and have a monologue about the Orchestration and your configuration data. This first post will be the first in a series of four; the following post will be more technical and describing the possibilities, technical implementation and their pro’s and con’s.

First off, what is configuration/automation data? In short: the data that supports your  automation in terms of decision making and logic.

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