This Installation and Getting Started Guide introduces Novell® ZENworks® Orchestrator 1.3, including its basic administration environment, accessed through the ZENworks Orchestrator console, and its interface for developers, accessed through the developer portal. It provides an introductory overview of the Orchestrator and explains how to install, monitor, and manage applications running on the Orchestrator. The guide is organized as follows:
This book is intended for data center managers, and IT or operations administrators. It assumes that users of the product have the following background:
General understanding of network operating environments and systems architecture.
Knowledge of basic UNIX* shell commands and text editors.
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In addition to this Installation and Getting Started Guide, ZENworks Orchestrator 1.3 includes the following additional guides that contain valuable information about the product:
This Installation and Getting Started Guide is updated periodically. To view the most recent version, visit the ZENworks Orchestrator 1.3 Web site and look for the documentation updates section included at the end of the book.
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