from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An arrangement or classification of things.
- n. An implementation, or putting into use, of something.
- n. The distribution of military forces prior to battle.
- n. the start of something
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the arrangement or distribution (of resources such as people or equipment), in preparation for battle or work.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of deploying.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the distribution of forces in preparation for battle or work
E.g. deployment share folder would be in c: \deployment share
E.g. If deployment share folder would be in c: \deployment share
If Media deployment folder is in same folder e.g. c: \deployment share\media we won't be able to update the media point it will fail with error
He said the only way the Sudan government can accept the deployment is if it is sanctioned by the UN Security council or if there is a strong backing for the deployment from the United States.
“Our commanders think that these additional forces and one of the reasons for the president's decision to try and accelerate their deployment is the view that this extended surge has the opportunity to make significant gains in terms of reversing the momentum of the Taliban, denying control of Afghan territory and degrading their capabilities”
The Russian leader warned of a new weapons race if Russia and NATO are unable to agree on a new missile defense shield for Europe, and spoke of what he called deployment of a new means of attack, without elaborating.
HAGENBECK: This particular battalion is on what we call a deployment order, and they're standing by in the event that they're called for to the CENTCOM area of operations, yes.
That will feed into Secretary Cohen's recommendation to the President once the Pentagon finishes what they call deployment readiness review.
Homeland Security department spokesman Matthew Chandler attributed the decline both to the weak economy and what he called the deployment of "unprecedented resources" in stopping illegal immigration at the U.S.
In this paradigm, which we call the deployment pipeline, software is built and then passes through a series of tests - unit tests, functional tests, performance and other non-functional tests and user acceptance testing - before being deployed into staging and then production.