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Orchestration

Orchestration describes the automated arrangement, coordination, and management of complex computer systems, middleware, and services. Type of composition where one particular element is used by the composition to oversee and direct the other elements.
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Orchestration describes the automated arrangement, coordination, and management of complex computer systems, middleware and services. It is often discussed as having an inherent intelligence or even implicitly autonomic control, but those are largely aspirations or analogies rather than technical descriptions. In reality, orchestration is largely the effect of automation or systems deploying elements of control theory. This usage of orchestration is often discussed in the context of service-oriented architecture, virtualization, provisioning, Converged Infrastructure and dynamic datacenter topics. Orchestration in this sense is about aligning the business request with the applications, data, and infrastructure. It defines the policies and service levels through automated workflows, provisioning, and change management. This creates an application-aligned infrastructure that can be scaled up or down based on the needs of each application. Orchestration also provides centralized management of the resource pool, including billing, metering, and chargeback for consumption. For example, orchestration reduces the time and effort for deploying multiple instances of a single application. And as the requirement for more resources or a new application is triggered, automated tools now can perform tasks which, previously, could only be done by multiple administrators operating on their individual pieces of the physical stack. A somewhat different usage relates to the process of coordinating an exchange of information through web service interactions. Applications which decouple the orchestration layer from the service layer are sometimes called agile applications. A distinction is often made between orchestration (a local view from the perspective of one participant) and choreography (coordination from a global multi-participant perspective, albeit without a central controller).
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Cybus
Cybus
Cybus specializes in connectivity and architectures for smart factories. Its core offering is the Industrial IoT Edge Platform Cybus Connectware. It enables Smart Factory use cases through universal OT data extraction, unified information modelling and parallel data access Orchestration to IT systems. DevOps features and Docker technology allow fast service implementation and efficient management of all data connections, including changes and updates. Factories also securely integrate their normalized Machine Data into their customized edge and cloud applications or into any 3rd party applications.
Dawex
Dawex
Dawex, the leading data exchange technology company and the operator of the largest data marketplace, allows organizations to orchestrate data circulation by sourcing, monetizing and exchanging data securely and in full compliance with regulations.Dawex Data Exchange Platform enables companies to operate their own data exchange platform. Licensed in a white-labelled mode, the platform supports multiple data exchange use cases, free or monetized, including internal data exchange, data sourcing, free data sharing, data monetization and data marketplace Orchestration. Additionally, the platform integrates open data management capabilities and, hybrid capabilities combining decentralized and managed modes to support the exchange of data and related payments between data providers and acquirers.Dawex operates the largest 2-sided Global Data Marketplace, built upon Dawex data exchange technology, where currently 12,000+ organizations from 20+ industries, meet to source, monetize and exchange data securely leveraging Blockchain technology to ensure the integrity of licensing contracts. Renowned research firms recognize Dawex Global Data Marketplace as the most advanced and mature solution on the market.In 2020, Dawex is named Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum. Created in 2015, Dawex is a French company with offices in Paris, Lyon and Montreal, expanding business operations to Asia and the Middle East. www.dawex.com
Edge2Web, Inc.
Edge2Web delivers SaaS-based low-code tools that enable industrial innovators to rapidly develop, deploy, and operate a wide range of IoT-style applications. Edge2Web products are based on a code-by-exception model, empowering non-programmers to create sophisticated, context-driven applications. Our core Orchestration services integrate data and applications across a growing portfolio of OT, IT, and enterprise cloud environments. And our platform-native runtime services enable user apps to be securely deployed and scaled with the push of a button.
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