scripting language

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script·ing language

 (skrĭp′tĭng)
n. Computers
An interpreted language, especially one used to control other applications.
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CloudForms 4.1 can now access Ansible Tower to run Ansible automation jobs, enabling CloudForms customers to make use of the popular Ansible automation language. Furthermore, the Ansible Tower integration also allows for easy composition of complex services by combining native CloudForms service catalog support with Ansible playbooks.
Gallinat also pointed to the need for a common automation language, suggesting a connecting layer that allows devices to talk to each other.
Version 4.0 includes a built-in automation language that provides users access to Microwave Office's underlying object model, enabling synthesis, links to manufacturing and other design-automation features.

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