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. This methods breaks the design choice of having the planner as the
  entry point to TROY - i.e. the interface with the application layer.
  Following that design choice would require to move this method to
  the planner. You can see the consequences of breaking the design in
  the current demo: They create the workload by first instatiating
  a workload manager. This should not be the case. They should
  instantiate a planner.

src/t/r/troy-0.0.3/bin/owms.py   troy(Download)
    # - How do we use bundles?
    workload_id = workload_manager.create_workload(task_descriptions)
    troy.execute_workload(workload_id, planner, overlay_manager,
        workload_manager, strategy=args.troy_strategy)