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ALSO CALLED: Provisioning, Service Provisioning
DEFINITION: In general, provisioning means "providing" or making something available. The term is used in a variety of contexts in IT. For example, in grid computing, to provision is to activate a grid component, such as a server, array, or switch, so that it is available for use. In a storage area network (SAN), storage provisioning is the process of assigning storage to optimize performance. In telecommunications  … 
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NETWORK PROVISIONING DEFINITION (continued): …  terminology, provisioning means providing a product or service, such as wiring or bandwidth. Provisioning means slightly different things in different aspects of telecommunications:1) Providing telecommunications service to a user, including everything necessary to set up the service, such as equipment, wiring, and transmission.2) Used as a synonym for configuring, as in "Telecommunications lines must be correctly provisioned to work with the customer's equipment and enabled for various options the customer has chosen."3) In a traditional telecommunications environment, there are three separate … 
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