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If you're using software deployments, you don't need WaitConditions. A SoftwareDeployment resource will wait for the deployment to complete before marking the resource complete - in a sense it has the WaitCondition built in. So you can do exactly what you want using only SoftwareDeployments.

WaitConditions are primarily useful when you're not using SoftwareDeployments, but you want a signal to notify you when a server has fully booted.