deploy

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
açılma
yerleştir
{f} harekete geçirmek
{f} uygulamak
yay ıl mak
konuşlanmak
sahaya yreleştirmek
(Askeri,Bilgisayar) sahaya yerleştirmek
(Askeri) yayılmak
mevzilendirmek
yayılma
konuşlandırmak
yerleştirmek (ordu vb)
mevzilenmek
açmak
istihdam
birşeyi yada bir kimseyi efektif yönde kullanmak
sağa sola yaymak veya yayılmak
konuşlandır
dağıtım
{f} dağıtmak
deployment acılma
{f} ask. yayılmak
(Askeri) İntikal etmek, stratejik tertiplenme
{f} yaymak
(Askeri) STRATEJİK TERTİPLENMEK: Stratejik anlamda; kuvvetleri arzu edilen harekat bölgelerine yerleştirmek
{f} görevlendirmek
deploy software
(Bilgisayar) yazılımı dağıt
deploy soldiers
asker sevk etmek
deploy troops
asker konuşlandırmak
deployment
konuşlanma
deployment
{i} savaş düzeni alma

General, iki taburun savaş düzeni almasını emretti. - The general ordered the deployment of two battalions.

to deploy
konuşlandırmak
deployed
yayılma
deploying
yayılma
deployment
(Avcılık) savaş düzenine sokmak
deployment
(Askeri) tertiplenme
deployment
(İnşaat) serme
deployment
(Askeri) intikal
deployment
mevzilenme
deployment
(Bilgisayar) dağıtım
deployment
yayılma
deployable
Konuşlandırılabilir
deployed
yayılış
deploying
yayıl(mak)
past of deploy
dağıtmak geçmiş
deploying
yayıl
deployment
açılma
deployment
{i} plana göre yerleştirme
deployment
{i} ask. yayılma
deployment
(Askeri) (NATO) YAYILMA, İNTİKAL, TERTİPLENME: 1. Yanaşık düzenden muharebe düzenine geçirmek suretiyle bir askeri birliğin cephesini genişletmek. 2. Deniz kuvvetlerinde bir seyir veya temas düzeninden muharebe düzenine geçiş.3. Stratejik anlamda, kuvvetlerin arzu edilen harekat bölgelerine yerleştirilmesi
deployment
Konuşlandırma
deployment
Yerleştirme
to deploy
konuşlanmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
to install, test and implement a computer system or application. The term can be used to refer to any installation and testing, such as setting up a new network in an enterprise, to installing a server farm, to implementing a new application over a distributed computing network

The process for the deployment scenario includes: building a master installation of the operating system, creating its image and deploying the image onto a destination computer.

To unfold, open, or otherwise become ready for use

He waited tensely for his parachute to deploy.

To prepare and arrange (usually military unit or units) for use

Deploy two units of infantry along the enemy's flank, the general ordered.

Act of sending components to target container, such as Jaguar and PowerDynamo
To spread out ready for use To make a weapons system operational
To make a Host Publisher application ready to use on the server, using functions in WebSphere Application Server, after transfer has taken place Note that WebSphere documentation often uses the term install as a synonym for this process (See also publish and transfer )
place troops or weapons in battle formation
To create a copy of all the files in a project on one or
To open out; to unfold; to spread out (a body of troops) in such a way that they shall display a wider front and less depth; the reverse of ploy; as, to deploy a column of troops into line of battle
to distribute systematically or strategically; "The U S deploys its weapons in the Middle East"
To perform a remote installation
Act of sending components to target container, such as EAServer or PowerDynamo
To use for an intended purpose or end For example, when the Real Broadcast Network (RBN) is stated as having the largest deployment of RealSystem G2, this means RBN utilizes more of this technology on its network than anyone else
To prepare and arrange (usu. military unit or units) for use
The act of deploying; a spreading out of a body of men in order to extend their front
place troops or weapons in battle formation to distribute systematically or strategically; "The U
{f} be spread out or arranged strategically (of troops, etc.); spread out; move into a position of readiness
deploys its weapons in the Middle East
Of a parachute, to release so as to let it fill out or to unfold and fill out
To deploy troops or military resources means to organize or position them so that they are ready to be used. The president said he had no intention of deploying ground troops
deployment
An implementation, or putting into use, of something
deployment
The distribution of military forces prior to battle
deployment
An arrangement or classification of things
deployed
past of deploy
deploying
present participle of deploy
deployment
The act of deploying; a spreading out of a body of men in order to extend their front
deployment
any day, pursuant to orders, where a member is performing duty at a location or under circumstances that make it impossible or infeasible to spend off-duty time in their residence This includes unit training, exercises, operations, mission support TDY (conferences, etc), and home station training A member of the Reserve Component will be considered deployed on any day, pursuant to orders that do not establish a permanent change of station, the member is performing active duty or full-time National Guard duty as defined in 101(d)(1) and 101(d)(5) of Title 10, United States Code, at a location that is not the member's permanent training site The following events affect TEMPO but are not considered deployment events: student at any government school/course, security guard duty, discipline, or hospitalization at the member's permanent duty station
deployment
when used in the context of parachuting: the start of something
deployment
To initiate, as in launching an e-business
deployment
A troop movement resulting from a Joint Chiefs of Staff/Unified Command Deployment Order for 30 continuous days or greater to a land-based location outside the United States, e g peace keeping, conflict
deployment
The process whereby software is installed into an operational environment
deployment
The process of placing an application in a distributed environment and making the application available for use Deployment can include such tasks as installation, configuration, and administration of various parts of the application
deployment
The systematic process of introducing an activity or process to all applicable areas of an organization
deployment
The process of removing the ST from a stowed or berthed position in the cargo bay and releasing it to a position free of the Orbiter ST/SOGS related term
deployment
The period during which an application is distributed for use by customers or by other applications
deployment
In the EJB Development Environment, the act of generating EJB deployed classes for a specific container
deployment
the activity during which the application is delivered to the customer organization and put into use by the user organization
deployment
Dispersion, dissemination, broadcasting or spreading of a communication throughout an organization, downward and laterally
deployment
Process of installing a deployment package to particular WASP Server See Also Deployment Package, Deployment Descriptor
deployment
The deployment of troops, resources, or equipment is the organization and positioning of them so that they are ready for quick action. the deployment of troops into townships
deployment
The relocation of forces to desired areas of operation or a designated location of troops and troop units as indicated in a troop schedule
deployment
{i} strategic positioning (of troops, a military unit, etc.)
deployment
The voluntary movement of an employee to a new job that does not constitute a promotion or change of tenure and cuts ties to their former position
deployment
That portion of a parachute's operation occurring from the moment of container opening (or pilot chute release when using a hand-deployed pilot chute) to the instant the suspension lines are fully stretched out but prior to the inflation of the canopy
deployment
v Systematic placement of a method or process into a defined area (of responsibility or work)
deployment
the extent to which approaches are applied to all requirements of the Baldrige criteria [3] In the context of strategic planning, developing detailed action plans, defining resource requirements and performance measures, and aligning work unit, supplier, and partner plans with overall strategic objectives [5] Descriptive statistics - the efficient collection, organization, and description of data [9]
deployment
the distribution of forces in preparation for battle or work
deployment
The act of arranging, placing, or moving strategically, as in the optimal deployment of mass to absorb stress
deployment
A discipline in the software-engineering process, whose purpose is to ensure a successful transition of the developed system to its users Included are artifacts such as training materials and installation procedures
deployment
1 The movement of forces within areas of operations 2 The positioning of forces into a formation for battle 3 The relocation of forces to desired areas of operations
deployment
in missile defense, the fielding of an operational system with some military utility, which is effective under realistic combat conditions against realistic threats and countermeasures, possibly without adequate prior knowledge of the target cluster composition, timing, trajectory or direction, and one operated by military personnel at all times of the day or night and in all weather
deployment
To start managing objects on the network, objects will have to be deployed Once objects are deployed, the initial state of all objects will be decommissioned for CDM managed devices and normal for container object
deployment
After the model is trained and validated, it is used to analyze new data and make predictions This use of the model is called deployment
deployment
Sixth step in a release life cycle in which a module is delivered to end users for use in performing their jobs It includes providing connectivity and desktops, help desk support and end-user training and documentation Deployment tasks must start in advance of actual production in order for the first scheduled user(s) to go live For a release to be completed, deployment must be completed for all scheduled user(s) so deployment may be phased
deploys
third-person singular of deploy
deploy
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