the distribution of forces in preparation for battle or work
(deploy) place troops or weapons in battle formation
(deploy) to distribute systematically or strategically; "The U.S. deploys its weapons in the Middle East"
An arrangement or classification of things; An implementation, or putting into use, of something; The distribution of military forces prior to battle; when used in the context of parachuting: the start of something
(deploy) To prepare and arrange (usually military unit or units) for use; To unfold, open, or otherwise become ready for use; to install, test and implement a computer system or application. ...
(Deployments) Because this is an open source project that does not register its users, it is very difficult to estimate the number of practitioners that are using this software. ...
(Deploy) The act of sending the email campaign after testing
(Deploy) AKA, Publishing: To move content from the Collage database server, dynamically incorporating graphics, layout, etc., and place on the web servers for access by users.
(Deploy) Add a remote object to an Object Monitor so that it is available to clients.
(Deploy) Directive for the flight to maneuver to briefed positioning.
(Deploy) Insert new or updated code or Projects into the Polopoly System.
(Deploy) The act of integrating a component into a larger-scale computing environment, usually to an enterprise application, and often to end users.
(Deploy) To perform a remote installation.
(Deploy) To send a marketing campaign into the field.
(Deploy) To spread troops out to form a battle line.
(Deploy) a term used to describe when science equipment is put in the water. For example, "deploy the CTD" means put it in the water.
(deploy (air bag)) (2h)[S], POs away are held side by side at head level, then open to (2h)[5:] while separating slightly and come into contact with face.
(deploy) (Unwired Server) Downloading all or part of a mobile application, as one or more deployment units, to an Unwired Server instance. Unwired Server can then make these units accessible to users via a client application that is installed on a mobile device. ...
(deploy) To spread out; arrange into an effective pattern.
(deploy) to place equipment, such as a satellite, in orbit.
(deploy) transitive verb. To provide a business with capital goods, such as labor, new technology. To have these things ready for use.
(deploy) v. to move forces or weapons into positions for action
(DEPLOYED) Service member is overseas on an assignment where family/spouses are not able to accompany him/her. They are often in war zones when deployed.
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.
The period during which an application is distributed for use by customers or by other applications.