Nerdio x Rimo3: Faster Time to Value for Enterprise Migrations to a Cloud Workspace

Eddie Powell, Vice President, Global Alliances, Rimo3

We’re excited to announce our newest integration and partnership with Nerdio to help customers easily move on-prem applications to Azure leveraging Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) or Windows 365,  Microsoft’s fast-growing, desktop and application virtualization services. As only a handful of software providers chosen by Microsoft to be included in their Azure Migration and Modernization Program (AAMP), it was obvious from day one that our technologies were complimentary, with both companies solving some of the biggest challenges in migrating on-prem enterprise applications to the cloud.

With Rimo3’s ability to automatically import applications directly from Microsoft’s SCCM (Config Manager), test those applications for AVD suitability and multi-session capability, modernize those applications, and export those applications right into Nerdio’s management plane, it helps solve one of the biggest obstacles large enterprises have to contend with: getting years of legacy applications with unique customizations into a format that is compatible with today’s modern management planes like Nerdio Manager for Enterprises. Once those applications are in Nerdio Manager, they can easily be deployed, managed, and optimized in AVD or Windows 365. The integration demo video is available to watch here.

As more and more customers look to move their applications to the cloud, one of the biggest concerns they have is that of not knowing if or how those applications will perform. The risk of simply moving those applications to the cloud and hoping that they work is a recipe for disaster and not one that most organizations are willing to take. Because of this uncertainty, many migration projects never get off the ground, choosing to maintain the status quo and keeping those applications running on-prem – however costly and inefficient that practice may be.   

This is where Rimo3 comes in. The Rimo3 platform can assess all of an enterprise’s applications in a matter of hours, provide insights into just how those applications will perform in the new cloud environment, and eliminate the risk of those applications failing prior to actually moving them, and thereby saving the customer considerable time and money. In addition to providing valuable insights pre-deployment, the Rimo3 platform automatically converts those applications into a modern format so that they are ready to move into the new environment. Nerdio can then take these newly formatted applications – having the confidence in knowing that they will run properly after having been thoroughly tested by the Rimo3 platform – and easily migrate them into AVD or Windows 365 where those applications can be managed and optimized to provide the end-user with the best performance possible. Our CTO, Samit Halvadia, recently discussed this in more detail with Nerdio CEO, Vadim Vladimirskiy, on the Rimo 3 Podcast.

This is why the partnership makes so much sense – two innovation leaders working together to make replatforming to the cloud as easy and valuable as possible. Rimo3 and Nerdio make what would otherwise be a series of time-consuming, risky, and complex set of actions into an easy, 3-step process – Plan, Migrate, Manage – allowing customers to take advantage of the cost-saving and security benefits of running applications in Azure on AVD or Windows 365. Customers have been asking for this integration and it’s finally here. Together, we are simplifying the move to AVD and Windows 365 making it easily accessible to everyone and helping enterprises achieve their mission with a modern, scalable, cost-effective approach to cloud-first IT.

Eddie Powell, Vice President Global Alliances, Rimo3

Eddie has spent over 25 years in sales and business development in the tech industry. He started his career in sales and sales management at AT&T before working in South America building indirect channels for Lucent Technologies. He spent six years at Citrix in strategic alliances before turning his sights to working with early-stage start-ups and tech incubators. He most recently spent time in the financial services industry while at Microsoft and mobile banking application startup, Kony, which was acquired by Temenos.

Eddie received his MBA from Thunderbird, where he met his wife, who also shares his passion for international travel. They have two children and live in Austin, Texas where they enjoy camping, boating, and attending live music shows.

An Introduction to Windows Autopilot 

Windows Autopilot allows organizational IT to preconfigure all aspects of a Windows device straight from the factory. Crucially, these devices need never pass through the hands of an IT administrator; the configuration all happens automatically the first time the device is switched on.   

End-users can have brand new devices delivered to their home from the manufacturer or reseller. These devices will then auto-provision themselves out of the box, deploying the settings and applications required for the user. In order to achieve this, there are a few steps we need to go through. 

The Challenge  

With a great number of user now working flexibly, getting a configured corporate laptop into their hands can be a challenge. Even if we do manage to achieve this, many devices will be linked to the on-premise Active Directory, meaning a VPN will be required to transfer any new security policies.  

New Problems, New Solutions 

This is where Intune and Windows Autopilot come in. Devices can be registered in the corporate Intune tenant and assigned policies before ever leaving the factory. When the device starts, it uses the internet to connect to Intune and download the required policies and software. 

How It Works 

Autopilot customers work with their manufacturer or reseller partners to add the Hardware IDs for new devices to their Microsoft Autopilot device management console. The devices are shipped with a standard install of Windows, which is directed to perform an Autopilot build after the user signs in with their corporate ID for the first time. The device must be connected to the internet, the user must have the rights to enroll devices and the user must have an Intune license assigned.   

Manufacturers and resellers who participate in the Autopilot program are listed here

This guide sets out how devices should be configured in order to qualify as ‘Autopilot Ready’.  

The scenario described above assumes the device will be joining Azure Active Directory (which you can learn more about in this blog). It is possible to achieve this outcome for ‘Hybrid Joined’ devices also, meaning the device would be joined to your on-premise Active Directory, but the process is far more complex and requires a VPN connection to be configured and active prior to the device join process. Therefore, this approach should be taken with caution and is not recommended.  

Additionally, it is also possible to retro-fit an Autopilot solution for existing devices. This requires the IT team to export and capture the Hardware IDs of these devices, which can then be imported into the Autopilot console. 

If Intune management is already in place, this process can be simplified through the use of the Convert all targeted devices to Autopilot setting in the Autopilot deployment profile. For any devices which will be retrospectively added to Autopilot, you should ensure that they meet the minimum hardware specifications and that TPM 2.0 is enabled and ready. 

6 Tips for Getting Started With Autopilot 

  1. Device Join – Unless you are planning to build the new devices within the corporate network, always use Azure Active Directory Join (AADJ) and manage the devices via Intune policies. 
  1. Operating System – You really shouldn’t need to ask this, but ensure you request a Clean Windows Image from your vendor without any additional software. It can take significantly longer to provision a device if additional bloatware is installed and can lead to management headaches! 
  1. Use a Naming Template that included the Serial Number – Frustratingly, there is no console-based method to map an Autopilot device to its AAD record without clicking on it. If you want to avoid clicking through hundreds of records, using the serial number in the name can help. 
  1. Avoid Configuration Manager Co-Management – Potentially controversial, but move devices from co-management to dedicated Intune management as quickly as comfortably possible. Co-management longer term leads to confusion and overlap 
  1. Licenses and Permissions – Ensure that your users have an active Intune license and have permission to enroll devices before testing. You can create cloud groups which apply both of these required setting, and simply add your users to them.  
  1. Check your Conditional Access Policies – The number one issue users face during the enrolment process is MFA misconfiguration silently blocking the enrolment. You can find more information on creating an appropriate enrolment policy from Microsoft.  

New Nerdio Integration with Liquidware’s FlexApp One

We are excited to announce our latest partnership and integration with Liquidware’s FlexApp application delivery and management solution. Delivering applications and the ongoing management that comes with it can be challenging. It’s something we see a lot of customers struggling with. FlexApp decouples applications from the underlying operating system, simplifying ongoing management tasks, while offering portability and support for up 90% of applications types out there today.  

Introducing FlexApp One 

Nerdio Manager’s ability to assign FlexApp containerized Windows applications focuses on Liquidware’s new FlexApp One feature which takes existing applications and transforms them into self-contained packages (fully automated). FlexApp One packages can be “attached” to any Windows operating system you might be using, including multi-session, and on  demand. FlexApp applications are “layered” on top, meaning nothing gets installed or stored within the operating system itself, in other words, your base image stays clean, which makes all the difference.  

FlexApp has a very high compatibility for the types of Windows apps you can deliver, enabling you to containerize and deliver up to 90% of your applications to keep base images clean and Windows optimized. The solution is compatible with virtually any Windows application including MSIX, MSI, and EXE formats.  

Because applications packaged with FlexApp are decoupled from the underlying operating system (and micro isolated), applications can be updated without interrupting day to day business. Packages can be duplicated/copied, meaning you can update the package not in use. So, while v1 of the application/package is still being accessed by your users, the copy can be updated. When done, you simply swap packages and that’s it. Again, all this happens without touching the underlying image. Clean, simple, and fast.  

Now, throw Nerdio into the mix and you have the best of both worlds.  


Nerdio Manager for Enterprise empowers IT professionals to deploy and manage Azure Virtual Desktop and Windows 365 in a simple, secure, and efficient manner. Our solution offers various build-in scaling engines, enhanced image and application management capabilities, a ton of automation, simple to follow wizards, the concept of Scripted Actions, and much more.  

Nerdio can assign FlexApp One applications to any AVD workspace without the need for agents or additional delivery platforms. Delivering FlexApp One packages to an AVD host only takes a minute and because FlexApp one applications are self-contained and executed locally (nothing gets installed), they start extremely fast, and it will feel like as if they are installed on your local hard-dive.   

Want to Learn More?  

Even though FlexApp packages are not part of the base image, each time the machine (re) boots we’ll make sure the bits and bytes needed to run FlexApp are applied to the AVD host (s), over and over again.  

We’ll go into more detail during our upcoming webinar where, together with Liquidware we will show and talk about all the ins and outs of our partnership and how to leverage the best of both (Liquidware + Nerdio) worlds.  

Nerdio and Liquidware will be holding a free webinar on July 21st at 1:15 p.m. Central Time. Learn more from me, Nerdio’s EMEA Field CTO, Vadim Vladimirskiy, CEO at Nerdio, Jason E. Smith, VP Alliances and Product Marketing at Liquidware, Bas van Kaam, EMEA Field CTO at Nerdio, and David Bieneman, CEO at Liquidware. 

Employee Spotlight: Get to Know Bas van Kaam

  1. What’s your role here at Nerdio? What do you do on a day to day basis and how do you help partners and customers?

As EMEA Field CTO I am responsible for the day to day business in my region, though I try to help out where I can. I’m part of the Enterprise team, however, you could say I wear multiple hats as I focus on the MSP side of the business as well. 

This includes various sales and marketing activities as well as interacting with customers and partners daily discussing their Azure and AVD challenges and, or needs. I showcase Nerdio where and whenever I can, answer questions, as well as signing up new Nerdio partners and welcoming them to our Enterprise and MSP programs. 

I present on a regular basis, visit events (in-person and virtual) as well as customers / partners locally to do workshops and / or evangelize Nerdio in-person. I also like to write and generate as much content as possible (blog posts, helping w/ our KB library, exam curriculums, social posts, tech comparisons, whitepapers, etc.). 

A bit of support here and there, but nowhere near as sophisticated as some of the other guys and girls part of our support team (always learning)! I run the Nerdio NVP program, come up with (general) ideas every now and again, and I’m trying to stay as interactive as possible. 

  1. What’s a fun fact about you that most people don’t know/couldn’t guess?

 I’m not sure if it’s fun, but a couple of years ago I finished the Burpee Mile, three times. One of the hardest and fun things I’ve done, sports-wise. 

  1. What’s one technology advancement you hope to see or think we will see in the next ten years? 

It has nothing to do with the business we are in currently, though I am interested to see how different blockchain technologies, and the crypto currencies that come with will find their way into modern society. I mean, it feels like crypto/blockchain has been around forever, but we’re just getting started and scratching the surface of what is possible. 

World-wide financial markets and regulations will play a major role in all this, and of course with everything going on globally (conflicts, inflation, pandemic(s), shortages, interest rates, etc.) there is a lot of uncertainty currently, financially and otherwise. Let’s hope things will get back to “normal”, whatever that means exactly. And not just for the sake of the above, of course! 

  1. What are three movies you’d bring with you to a deserted island? 

The Shawshank Redemption, Star Wars (the originals from the 70’s and 80’s), and The Negotiator. 

  1. In your opinion, what’s the most rewarding part of working for Nerdio? 

At Nerdio we solve real-word (IT/Cloud) problems. Every day companies come to us for help and advice, even if they do not end up “buying” Nerdio we are able to point them in the right direction and help them on their way. It is great to see our customers and partners be successful and the appreciation they show in return. I think it’s fair to say that I’ve made many new friends along the way. Being able to contribute to their and our success in general is what drives me. There’s no better feeling. 

  1. What sitcom family or friend group would you choose to be a part of? 

Friends. Have seen it over and over, and over, etc… “We were on a break!!!”. Love it. 

  1. Besides a standard computer, what is the earliest piece of technology you remember owning? A Walkman, I think. I’m a bit older 😊 so it’s getting harder to recall these kinds of things. It could be a digital watch of some sort. 
  1. You’ve been with Nerdio for a while now. What’s motivated you to stick around? 

The people, the team, the vision, ambition, technology, our partners, the success – it’s a long list to be honest. The vision of our leadership team and the way the company is run is remarkable. Though, lines are extremely short and doors are always open to anyone. We all “sweep the floor” no exceptions, which is amazing to see and unique mindset to have. Being able to contribute to the growth of Nerdio over the years has been, and still is, extremely satisfying and hopefully I will be able to do so for many more years to come! 

  1. What’s the most valuable thing you’ve learned while working in tech? 

Be yourself and believe in yourself, share your thoughts and ask questions. Don’t focus too much on, or copy others. It’s something I tried/did many years ago, and I know of many others who did and still do today, in the end it just doesn’t work. I realize all this can be hard, and for some it might take many years before it comes to that, same here, as I am quite an insecure person by nature – like many (IT professionals) are. Keep pushing, you’ll get there in the end. 

Getting things done, don’t just talk or “dream” about them. I certainly do sometimes, I think we all do, but taking action and putting an idea into practice is a great feeling, successful, or not. At least you tried. 

  1. What’s a current technology trend you’re passionate about? 

AVD and cloud, obviously. I am lucky to be where I am, being able to see the constant change that cloud brings to organizations of all sizes, in a good way, is exciting to be part of. But just as with blockchain/cryptocurrencies, like I mentioned previously, we’re just getting started. The way Nerdio keeps disrupting the market is another trend I’m passionate about. Being able to do what we do requires a special team of people, mindset and drive, It is by far the best and most exciting job I have ever had!

Azure Stack HCI – A New Frontier for Managing Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid is a word that I hear virtually (no pun intended) every day as companies migrate more desktop workloads into the big three public clouds Azure, AWS, or GCP. Hybrid cloud computing in short is when companies need to have a mixture of on-premises and cloud infrastructure, apps, etc. to best serve their organization’s needs, employees, and customers.

However, there are some scenarios where it is impossible to migrate all workloads to Azure, and you may want to keep them on-prem. The top two reasons include:

Latency – Some workloads require ultra-low connection latency (1ms or below) to work effectively. Moving your desktops into Azure means you will be getting around 50-70ms latency if you go through the AVD Broker or 10-15ms when using RDP ShortPath. 

Compliance – Some industries are highly regulated so applications or data must reside in specific locations to comply with data governance or compliance reasons. These workloads must remain on-prem to meet these criteria.

We strive to be cutting-edge when it comes to enabling a variety of computing scenarios, including hybrid. One of the most valuable tools Microsoft provides in this regard is Azure Stack HCI – something we are incredibly excited to support when it comes to AVD.

Let me explain why.

What Is Azure Stack HCI?

Azure Stack HCI is a hyperconverged infrastructure operating system provided by Microsoft and delivered as an Azure service.  Azure Stack HCI gives you the ability to extend Azure into your on-prem environment and manage it via the Azure Portal by leveraging Azure Arc.

What Is Azure Stack HCI for Azure Virtual Desktop?

Microsoft has solved problems with performance and compliance by releasing Azure Stack HCI for Azure Virtual Desktop into public preview. Azure Stack HCI for AVD allows you to run Azure Virtual Desktop session hosts on Azure Stack HCI hardware located in your data centres. This means your end users will get the same desktops and resources they’re used to and benefit from the increased performance that Azure Stack HCI brings by having dedicated compute and storage in your own data centre. As the AVD desktops are now also in your own data centre, your users will benefit from extremely low latency connections to their AVD desktops.

However, managing images and virtual machines for Azure Stack HCI means adding another management layer for your IT administrators to think about. Currently, admins use Hyper-V, SCVMM, or Azure Arc to manage VMs running on Azure Stack HCI. Whereas with the native AVD service they are managed via the Azure Portal, therefore creating a “swivel chair” and disparate management experience.

How Nerdio Manager Removes Hybrid AVD Management Headaches

To simplify the management of Azure Virtual Desktop for Azure Stack HCI, we have integrated management into the v4.1 release of Nerdio Manager for Enterprise. This allows IT administrators to create and manage on-prem VMs and perform image management using the Nerdio console.


To use the Azure Stack HCI integration on Nerdio, you must be leveraging Nerdio Manager for Enterprise Premium.

There are also license requirements from Microsoft.  Pricing has not been officially announced as the feature is still in public preview. However, we know there are three additional costs to be aware of, such as:  

  • Infrastructure Costs – A monthly service fee currently set to $10 per physical core per month.
  • User access rights for Azure Virtual Desktop – This license grants you access to use AVD. If you already use AVD and/or have Microsoft 365 Business licensing, you have licenses.
  • Azure Virtual Desktop Hybrid Service Fee – This fee will be per vCPU of the AVD session hosts running on your Azure Stack HCI workloads. Microsoft has not released pricing for this yet.

Technical Overview of Nerdio’s Azure Stack HCI Integration

Let’s look and see how the Nerdio integration with Azure Stack HCI works from a high level.  First, connect to the Azure Stack HCI cluster you need to manage. You must register the cluster in your Azure subscription as Arc servers. Visit our enterprise Knowledge Base article for full instructions and requirements.

Once you have enabled the integration, you can manage the Azure Stack HCI Cluster from the Nerdio Manager console. A new menu option appears called “Hybrid host pools.”

From there, it’s possible to manage AVD running on Azure Stack HCI servers. You can also provision new host pools, perform power management, and much more.

Image Management

One of the main reasons for providing this integration was to make the life of an IT admin easier when managing AVD workloads on Azure Stack HCI.  To do this currently, you would have to manage Azure Stack HCI Images separately from your AVD Images via different portals and tools.

To get around this problem, we have given you the ability to manage your Azure Stack HCI images directly from Nerdio. You can lift and shift existing images onto the Azure Stack HCI hosts using the “Export to HCI” button.  This enables you to manage ALL your images from one single console and provision your session hosts in Azure or on-prem using one single image.


We are very excited at Nerdio to see the Azure Stack HCI Service improve and grow over time. This is an excellent solution for customers who are unable to migrate fully to the cloud due to performance or regulatory reasons.

We are currently looking at expanding the value add even further by enhancing the image management capabilities, enabling auto-scale and burst-to-cloud scenarios.

If you want to learn more don’t hesitate to contact your local Nerdio rep or use our Contact Page. As always, we’re more than happy to chat about the exciting advancements we’re making alongside Microsoft’s technology investments.

Windows 365 vs. Microsoft 365: Which Is Needed for Your DaaS Deployment? 

Not that long ago Microsoft announced and released Windows 365 Cloud PC, a new virtual desktop offering which runs on the Microsoft Azure cloud. The timing of the release was fortuitous as many organizations have been evaluating, and re-evaluating, their approach to end user computing since the beginning of 2020.  

Delivering users the desktops, applications and tools needed to perform their tasks is no easy feat for IT teams operating at scale and often across different locations and time zones. Management of all of this is another issue completely.  

It is possible to leverage your existing Microsoft investments with Microsoft 365 to meet your EUC needs. Yet, there are reasons for enterprises to consider using Windows 365 instead. Read more below about the DaaS options available to determine if investing in Windows 365 is the right move for your enterprise’s needs.  

DaaS Option 1 Included in Microsoft 365 Licensing  

Azure Virtual Desktop is part of Microsoft 365 Business Premium licensing and some other licensing suits as well.  A lot of companies are already using this and have been for years. If you have the correct Microsoft 365 licensing in place already, Azure Virtual Desktop is free for you to use. This is with the exception of course for the compute and storage resources consumed by your AVD hosts.  

This makes getting started with AVD a no-brainer in most cases. However, it must be said that Azure Virtual Desktop, although more flexible than Windows 365 Cloud PC, comes at a steeper learning curve for those without Azure experience or certifications.  

If your IT team isn’t worried about setting up and managing their own Azure tenant and subscription, including identity, networking, choosing between various types of virtual machines (AVD hosts), various update mechanisms, and so on, AVD comes with more customizable option. For one, you can (almost) fully optimize the underlying infrastructure and associated costs, since these are under your control, something that is not possible with Cloud PC.  

Also, the range of virtual machine types to choose from is much more diverse as well. With AVD you can pick any of the hundreds of available VM types to be used as an AVD host.  

Simply stated – there won’t be a use case you cannot handle using AVD.  

DaaS Options with Windows 365  

The Windows 365 offering comes in two flavours: enterprise and business. In this article we’ll discuss both. While technically Windows 365 is built on top of existing Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) technology, the business use case and consumption model for both solutions are different.  

Windows 365 Enterprise is designed for organizations who have invested into, and are used to working with, Microsoft Endpoint Manager to manage their existing, physical Windows 10 desktops. For this reason, Enterprise Cloud PCs require an Intune license for each user who is assigned a Cloud PC M365 SKU. 

With the Enterprise SKU there are certain technical prerequisites that need to be in place before being able to get started; like an Azure subscription (including owner permissions) with a preconfigured vNet, Active Directory, DNS, etc. For more technical details check out this post by our CEO Vadim Vladimirskiy.  

The above also means that administrators managing Enterprise Cloud PC’s will have the responsibility of setting all this up, including the technical know-how to do so. On the other hand, Enterprise Cloud PCs come with more flexibility (as opposed to the Business SKUs, as we’ll highlight below) in that admins are able to configure the abovementioned components the way they feel fit, including being able to control network traffic.  

Business Cloud PCs are designed for individual users and very small businesses. 

Comparable to someone buying a new physical desktop computer or laptop at their local PC shop. However, instead of buying a new physical PC, they simply log on to Microsoft Azure and choose the Cloud PC SKU that best suits them in terms of capacity, compute power, and so on. After a click of a button their virtual machine will be ready for use within an hour.  

As opposed to an Enterprise Cloud PC, the Business version does not require an Intune license. Business Cloud PCs are maintained the same as any other physical PC or laptop. Users can install their own applications, make configuration changes, and more. Of course, this also means that user will be responsible for keeping their machines up to date from a security perspective and will need to install updates from time to time. 

Business Cloud PCs run entirely in a Microsoft- managed Azure subscription, including the network and other earlier mentioned components as part for the Enterprise SKU. This makes setting up and managing Business Cloud PCs more straightforward and does not require any technical knowledge of things like identity, Azure tenants/subscriptions, etc. As mentioned, all you need to do is select the type of Cloud PC needed, click a button, and an hour later you will be able to log in and start working.  

Evaluating Which Option Is Best for Your Enterprise Needs  

Which DaaS option to choose which will depend on company   or individual needs and your current level of Azure/Intune expertise.  

If simplicity is key and you are looking for an easy to use and manage cloud-based virtual desktop, the Business Cloud PC SKU is probably your first choice. As any smart consultant would say “it depends” on the situation. Both Enterprise and Business Cloud PCs come in various shapes and sizes when it comes to the underlying storage and compute capacity, so no real barriers from that perspective.  

Also, resizing your machine to a different SKU is optional. However, when doing so, your VMs will be re-provisioned, meaning all data stored on your hard drive will be lost if not backed-up before that. 

Another thing to note is that Cloud PCs (both Enterprise and Business) are on all the time (24/7) they cannot be shut down and are sold at a set monthly rate per user, which will differ per SKU. But all SKUs are fixed pricing, so companies will know exactly what their DaaS costs will be, which is appealing to many companies.  

On the other hand, if you’re looking for more cost control and you have the technical know-how to do so, you could argue that Azure Virtual Desktop might be a better fit for your environment. You will have full control over when machines are booted, shutdown, build, removed, etc. and can invest in a management platform capable of performing all of these tasks in an automated fashion.  

In Summary 

The bottom line is Windows 365 Cloud PC or Azure Virtual Desktop are both enterprise-grade solutions capable of assisting IT teams with desktop and application delivery. Determining the right option depends on the level of Azure, AVD, and Intune knowledge within your IT team and the desired flexibility when it comes to the underlying virtual desktop infrastructure and the potential (cost) optimization options.  

A lot of companies today combine Microsoft’s virtual desktop services. For example, they started out with AVD a while back, as part of their Microsoft 365 Premium licenses, before Cloud PC was even a thing, and now that they have choice, it turns out that Cloud PC is the better fit for some of their use-cases. And why not? They both run on Azure, they both serve users their day-to-day applications and data and enable them to work from anywhere on their device of choice.  

Throw Nerdio in the mix and you have and extremely powerful platform where AVD and Cloud PC live side-by-side, sharing the amazing technology that we have built over the years to optimize both solutions and make management super simple.