You can use packages to transport content from one Orchestrator server to another. Packages can contain workflows, actions, policies, configurations, and resources.

When you add an element to a package, Orchestrator checks for dependencies and adds any dependent elements to the package. For example, if you add a workflow that uses actions or other workflows, Orchestrator adds those actions and workflows to the package.

When you import a package, the server compares the versions of the different elements of its content to matching local elements. The comparison shows the differences in versions between the local and imported elements. The administrator can decide whether to import the whole package, or choose specific elements to import.

Packages feature digital rights management to control how the receiving server can use the content of the package. Orchestrator signs packages and encrypts the packages for data protection. Packages use X509 certificates to monitor which users export and redistribute elements.