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Adaptive computing goes beyond just intelligently utilizing available resources; it encompasses quality of service (QoS) targets, fault tolerance (high availability), monitoring, and iterative analysis of the resulting dataset to determine what corrective measures (adaptations) should occur at any given moment. As virtualization becomes widespread in the data center, the need for automating the placement and configuration of workloads (virtual machines) using an adaptive computing model becomes vitally important. This session demonstrates how to use events, introduced in PlateSpin Orchestrate 2.0.2, to create rules that trigger workload provisioning, migration, and other virtual machine lifecycle operations. It will also offer a preview of new functionality included in the upcoming 2.1 release of the product.