Setting up Tanzu is slightly complex in terms of configuration because there are multiple permutations and combinations. Prerequisites have to be completed, like the domain name configuration and various IP addresses that need to be located. The subject has to be pre-configured to unload this product, and we have to determine how many different virtual machines we want to spin up at the start. That is all somewhat complicated. I would not say it's a limitation, but the DNL or NTP has to be intact before you can install this product. If we don't meet those prerequisites, then it's not possible. The amount of time needed to deploy Tanzu depends on the expertise. A small deployment can be completed in six hours if all the product visits are already in place. Generally, I think Tanzu is most suitable for a medium-sized deployment. In a huge organization, it takes a long time for the back-end operations to complete because it requires a lot of computational power and various features of multiple virtual machines. That's why I say it would be better for a mid-sized deployment, but it should not be too challenging for a larger one.