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Paragons of the Week – Collaborative Revision w/Google Docs

Learning Science, Story Home.
Leave a comment Posted by on December 10, 2010 Episode 36 >> Previous Paragons 1.
Teach Collaborative Revision with Google Docs .
Google Docs has recently partnered with Weekly Reader to come up with ways to help teachers teach collaborative writing to students.
Two of the many features of Google Docs is the ability to have multiple people working on the same document simultaneously, and also, the intuitive ability to insert comments into a document.
If you are new to Google Docs, they’ve broken this process down into four steps: Download a step-by-step tutorial [pdf] for Google Docs.
Learn about the comments and revision features of Google Docs [pdf].
Download, print, and share the following articles [pdf] with your students: With a Little Help From My Friends: The Gifts of a Writing Buddy.
Writing’s Top 10 Tips for Revision.
Collaborative Revision Checklist.
Individual Revision Checklist.
Download the Educators Guide: Teaching Revision with Google Docs .
EdTechIdeas : Google Docs is great for students to write collaborative poems, stories, book reports, movie scripts, essays, and more.
Students can “hand in” their writing and the teacher can make comments and “pass it back” to the student for corrections and  improvements .
The nice thing about using comments is that editors can see who added what, as a time and date stamp, along with the users name is displayed along with each comment.
Going further, a revision history can be accessed for any document to see who did what when.
2.
Motion and Forces (Learning Science).
Part of Learningscience.org, this is great place to find games and activities that help students learn about and develop understanding of the fundamental concepts of principles of motions and forces.
There are 17 different activities listed here with explanations about what each learning tool teaches.
EdTechIdeas : With high interest games like Simple Machines, Energy Skate Park (very cool), Galileo Drops the Ball, and Projectile Motion (Blast a Buick out of a canon – who wouldn’t like that?), Motion and Forces really come alive and are made understandable for students.
3.
The Story Home.
The Story Home is a site where students can go to hear free audio stories of original and classic tales.
You can search for specific stories, or choose from the many different categories (animal stories, fairy tales, holiday stories, and a bunch more).
EdTechIdeas : The Story Home would be a great listening center.
If you’re lacking in computers, subscribe to the podcast, put some stories on an iPod, add one of these, and you’re good to go.
Have students write in their own words what they listened to.
Re-write the ending to a story.
After listening to a few stories, have your students record their own stories (original or classic) and turn them into podcasts for all to enjoy.
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Writing Paragons of the Week: Mapeas

Sight Words with Samson, Qwiki.
Leave a comment Posted by on December 3, 2010 Episode 35 >> Previous Paragons 1.
Mapeas.
Mapeas is a Google Maps mash-up that shows news happenings from around the world.
The hot-spots are divided into categories: Business, Entertainment, General, Science and Sport, so you can select which one you’d like to see, or simply see all of them at once.
Each dot on the map represents a story and the numbers indicate how many stories from that particular area there are.
When you click on a dot it opens up a quick description of the news event along with a video that can be played directly in the site.
EdTechIdeas:  Social Studies teachers can use Mapeas when learning about current events and also help students understand world geography at the same time.
2.
Sight Words with Samson.
Sight Words with Samson allows students to learn and practice word spelling and pronunciation in a fun, easy to use way.
In a four-step process students are challenged to learn words, build words, identify words, and finally, take a quiz about everything they have learned.
Within each step there are 4 different levels of difficulty that contain 7 lists of high-frequency words.
EdTechIdeas : Sight Words with Samson is a fantastic site for English language learners and students in lower elementary.
It could be used as a center activity as it is a very intuitive site.
3.
Qwiki.
Qwiki is an impressive new website that just recently rolled out their alpha phase, which means they are still in testing mode, working out some bugs.
Currently, you can request access via email and they’ll send you login credentials within a day or two.
What Qwiki is, is this: Do you remember the scene from Wall-e where the captain asks the computer to, “define earth?” The computer then displays tons of pictures, videos and maps while spewing out (in a pleasant sounding voice) various facts and information regarding Earth.
This, in a nut shell, is what Qwiki is aiming to do, and they do it pretty nicely.
Users simply enter a word into the search form and a 2-3 minute “information experience” is displayed.
EdTechIdeas : Once this is out of Alpha, Qwiki will be a great research resource for quick and easy information for students studying a variety of subjects.
This would also be a great example for students to mimic.
Make a “Quiki” assignment where students create a short film about any given subject, pulling in a wealth of facts and media and create their own “information experience.” Below is a quick demonstration of how Qwiki works.
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Leave a comment Posted by on November 25, 2010 Episode 34 >> Previous Paragons 1.
PicLits.
PicLits is a site that allows users to choose a photo and then drag words onto the picture to create sentences.
There is a freestyle option that allows you to simply type on the picture, and keywords are suggested to help you out.
When finished, you can save (free account required), email your piclit, or share it via Facebook, your blog, or other places.
Soon there will be a print feature, a weekly contest, and the ability to search and tag photos.
EdTechIdeas : This is a great site for inspiring struggling writers and for those times where you hear the complaint, “I don’t know what to write about.” 2.
CyberChase.
CyberChase from PBS is a fun place for kids with 45 games that focus on problem solving abilities.
Challenging games like  Crossing the River, U Fix It, Tangrams, and more will have kids thinking out of the box in no time. EdTechIdeas : Fantastic site for problem solving and creative thinking.
Would make a good go-to site for center time in your classroom or a fun activity to spend time on after working out difficult concepts.
Use the lessons and activities section for ideas that are tied to the NCTM standards.
3.
Incredibox.
Incredibox gets my nod for the Odd Site of the Week Award, and I’m throwing it in, just because we all need a little obscure fun in our lives.
Not sure of its educational implications, so I don’t have too many EdTechIdeas , but perhaps for music teachers, it could shed light on rhythm, vocal appreciation, harmonic structure, and polyphony.
For the rest of us, it’s a great diversion and a good way to bring a little music into your life.
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1 Comment Posted by on November 12, 2010 Episode 33 >> Previous Paragons 1.
PinDax.
Pindax is an online message board similar to Wallwisher, where users can add post-its about any given topic.
You begin by creating a free account and then build a new board with a name and specific directions about what you want posted on the board.
As a teacher , you can create a board and direct your students to the URL to have them each add their thoughts and opinions about the subject of the wall.
2.
Library of Congress for Kids and Parents.
The Library of Congress family section is a nice collection of online activities and resources.
Use this site in the classroom to help kids learn about history, geography, literacy, fine arts and more.
3.
Google Things to Do.
Google is a lot more than just a search engine.
With Google Things to Do, you can learn how to instantly convert currencies, check flight arrivals, read a book, even search the web like Elmer Fudd.
Now, who doesn’t want to know how to do that?.
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Leave a comment Posted by on November 4, 2010 Episode 32 >> Previous Paragons 1.
BibMe.
BibMe is a quick and easy to use bibliography maker that allows you to cite books, magazines, newspapers, websites, journals, films, and more.
You begin by searching for a book (or any other media you choose).
Once the book is found, you select it, make any changes (annotations, whether you are citing the entire book or just a specific chapter, etc.) and add it to your bibliography.
You can choose a citation format (APA, MLA, Chicago, Turabian), and voilà, you are done.
2.
Internet Safety with Professor Garfield.
Professor Garfield helps kids learn about online safety with several great videos, activities, and games.
The site is broken down into the following categories: Online Safety, Cyber Bullying, Fact or Opinion, and Forms of Media.
The “watch, try, apply” method keeps kids engaged and insures that they are learning the content.
There are Teacher Materials, Parent Tips, a printable Internet Safety Certificate, and a printable Classroom Poster.
3.
Amateur Science Sites.
FunSci has been around for a long time, and I don’t think the design has changed since around 1997.
What the site lacks in aesthetics, it makes up for in content.
There are so many great resources here for young scientists to learn about and discover new things.
It makes it a worthwhile visit.
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Websites Paragons of the Week – Zoo Burst

PocketMod, Doppelme.
1 Comment Posted by on October 22, 2010 Episode 30 > Previous Paragons 1.
Zoo Burst.
Zoo Burst is a digital storytelling tool that allows you to create lively pop-up books with sounds and actual pop-up effects when you turn the page.
You first create a free account, and then use the simple interface and tools to begin creating your book.
2.
PocketMod.
Vodpod videos no longer available.
PocketMod is an interesting site that lets you create a little 8-page printable book with all kinds of information that you add.
Some of the ready-made widgets include: weather, calendars, lists, images, conversions, games, emergency information, and more.
To use in the classroom you could have students make a little book recapping major events of a story they just read; write a pocket story book; create mini vocabulary books; design a health and exercise journal; or create a quick guide to a country they are studying.
The uses are endless.
3.
Doppelme.
Another great avatar creator, Doppel.me allows kids to create themselves without creating an account.
When you are finished building your avatar, you simply right-click on the picture, and save the image to your preferred storage folder.
If you do create a free account, you get access to many more options when building your avatar.
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Web2.0 Paragons of the Week – Scale of the Universe

Nobel Prize Edu-games, Antarctica ”Street” View.
1 Comment Posted by on October 8, 2010 Episode 29 >>Previous Paragons 1.
Scale of the Universe.
Scale of the Universe is an amazing journey in scale.
The site allows you to zoom out from quantum foam all the way to the outer universe.
2.
Nobel Prize Educational Games.
The Nobel Prize Educational Games are a series of well thought out games based on Nobel Prize achievements.
You can learn about blood typing (my personal favorite), lasers, diabetes, DNA, Conductive Polymers, and more.
3. Antarctica “Street” View.
Google maps has just released imagery of Antarctica that allows you to take a walk around parts of the white continent.
A very small portion of Antarctica have been covered (for obvious reasons), but the views are amazing.
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Web2.0 Paragons of the Week – Cloud Canvas

Dot-Dash, Word Search Maker.
Leave a comment Posted by on October 1, 2010 Episode 28 > Previous Paragons 1.
Cloud Canvas.
Cloud Canvas is a powerful in-browser drawing program that allows users to utilize layers, filters, clip art and other graphics, brushes, textures, and many other features normally found in Photoshop-like programs.
You save directly into your Google Docs account or you can export as a .png file onto your computer from the drawing.
2.
Dot-Dash.
Dot-Dash is a brainstorming creator from the BBC that allows quick and easy thought connections that teachers can create with an entire class together, or as individual students.
Not as robust as Inspiration, but a nice, free, web-based alternative.
If you’re looking for something for older students, try bubbl.us.
Hat tip to Susan Sedro for the find.
3.
WordSearch Maker.
If you are a fan of word searches, you will like WordSearchMaker.net.
They are easy to make, printable, embeddable into websites (does not work within a WordPress site however), and interactive.
Just type in all the words you would like to use and either embed the finished word search or direct students to the URL so they can work it out online.
TIP : I did notice that it puts a space in-between words like North America, so as you create it, keep your words together.
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Websites Paragons of the Week – Family Safety Center

The Learning Edge, Answer Garden.
Leave a comment Posted by on September 24, 2010 Episode 27 Paragons of the Week is a reoccurring post highlighting resources that I find to be worth mentioning.
I come across 100s of useful tools for educators each week.
Below are the top 3 “paragons” that I found this week that I feel teachers might dig. To view previous Paragons, click here.
1.
Google Family Safety Center.
Google Family Safety Center is a quick and easy page with pertinent information for parents about how to keep their kids safe while online.
The 2+ minute video (above) has some simple tips from experts in the field.
There are many other resources on this site as well that will help keep parents informed.
2.
The Learning Edge.
The Learning Edge is a newspaper-based site that would be great for younger students and English Language Learners.
Navigating the site is as easy as clicking on a headline within the newspaper and then beginning the activity.
There are numerous activities within each newspaper that help with concept understanding, reading fluency, comprehension, vocabulary, and much more.
3.
Answer Garden.
Answer Garden is a quick and easy brainstorming site that allows you to create a question, send out the url, and have others reply.
The answers that are most common show up the largest and if you hover over an answer it show the number of replies.
No registration or email is necessary, which is always a bonus.
Teachers may want to use this for vocabulary building (see above), brainstorming ideas, or general question/answer activities.
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Websites Paragons of the Week – Talking Pets

Many Things, Build Your Wild Self.
Leave a comment Posted by on September 16, 2010 Episode 26 Paragons of the Week is a reoccurring post highlighting resources that I find to be worth mentioning.
I come across 100s of useful tools for educators each week.
Below are the top 3 “paragons” that I found this week that I feel teachers might dig. To view previous Paragons, click here.
1.
Talking Pets.
This is kind of a weird site, and some may even find it creepy.
If talking animals and strange voices bother you, stay away from this site.
In a nut shell, Talking Pets works like this: 1.
Choose an animal.
2.
Make your pet talk by typing in up to 200 characters.
3.
Listen to the animal say what you typed.
I’ll admit, it’s freaky, but kids absolutely dig it.
For reluctant writers and English language learners, Talking Pets may be a good place to go for quick writing activities. Thanks to Askatechteacher for this find.
2.
Many Things.
A plain looking site, but with an amazing plethora of activities, games and information.
Many Things is for people studying English as a Second Language (ESL) or English as a Foreign Language (EFL).
There are quizzes, word games, word puzzles, proverbs, slang expressions, anagrams, a random-sentence generator and other computer assisted language learning activities.
3.
Build Your Wild Self.
Thanks to Colin Gally for this awesome find! Build Your Wild Self is a fun site from the Wildlife Conservation Society that allows kids (and adults) to build a cool looking avatar without having to login or enter an email.
The really great thing about this site is that as you are building your wild self, you are learning the names of the different animals you are using, and what kind of specialized features each animal has.
Building my Bis-sha-gib-antula-bat avatar, I learned all about bison, sand tiger sharks, gibbons, tarantulas, and bats.
Show me another avatar-creator that can do that.
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Leave a comment Posted by on September 9, 2010 Episode 25 Paragons of the Week is a reoccurring post highlighting resources that I find to be worth mentioning.
I come across 100s of useful tools for educators each week.
Below are the top 3 “paragons” that I found this week that I feel teachers might dig.
To view previous Paragons, click here.
1.
NASA Brain Bites.
NASA BrainBites is great question and answer video site that is full of common, and sometimes strange questions that kids have about space and everything NASA-related.
“How do you go to the bathroom in space?” “How do you scratch your nose in a space suit?” and “Where does space begin?” are just a few of the dozens of questions answered by astronauts and scientists.
2. Web Researching Interactive Tutorials.
From the Vaughan Memorial Library at Acadia University these four great interactive tutorials guide students along to help them learn about credible sources, research techniques, web searching, and proper citation practices.
3.
MultiplicationTool.
Multiplication Tool is a great little site for mastering 3 different multiplication techniques.
Students can practice standard, Partial Products, and Lattice methods of multiplication.
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Websites Paragons of the Week – Google Tricks

Surfing Scientist, Art Babble.
Leave a comment Posted by on September 3, 2010 Episode 24 Paragons of the Week is a reoccurring post highlighting resources that I find to be worth mentioning.
I come across 100s of useful tools for educators each week.
Below are the top 3 “paragons” that I found this week that I feel teachers might dig.
To view previous Paragons, click here.
1.
100 Google Tricks.
From Onlinecolleges.net comes a great Google list that will “save you time in school,” and life in general.
Everything from timelines, definitions, currency conversion, keyboard shortcuts, Google Squared, and beyond.
There are actually 102 tricks listed here, but who’s counting.
2.
Surfing Scientist.
Great science tricks, lesson plans, conundrums, and more at this fun, activity-based site.
Surfing Scientist Ruben Meerman from Bundaberg, Queensland takes kids and teachers on learning discoveries.
3.
Art Babble.
Art Babble is a site dedicated to the discussion about and promotion of Art, in its numerous forms.
This is a great place for kids to learn about different types of art and artists, as well as gain an appreciation and inspiration of artistic endeavors.
The Channels section allows students to view videos on hundreds of different genres, and the Artists section has hundreds of videos on specific artists.
Thanks to Richard Byrne for this find.
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Websites Top 3 Paragons of the Week – Science House

ViewPure, TeachingBooks.net.
Leave a comment Posted by on August 27, 2010 Episode 23 Paragons of the Week is a reoccurring post highlighting resources that I find to be worth mentioning.
I come across 100s of useful tools for educators each week.
Below are the top 3 “paragons” that I found this week that I feel teachers might dig.
To view previous Paragons, click here.
1.
Science House.
Science House is a great site created and maintained by scientists that has a plethora of quick videos of science experiments.
They show you the materials you will need, walk you through the experiment and give you the educational background as to why this is important.
2.
View Pure.
The above image is an entire screen shot of a YouTube video being played on ViewPure.
You’ll notice no distractions, no ads, basically nothing but the video.
Thanks to Makeuseof.com for this great find.
3.
TeachingBooks.net.
Teachingbooks.net is a great resource for elementary school teachers who are looking for new ways to explore the series of books that their students are reading.
One very cool feature is that kids can listen to authors give introductions to their series and read a bit of one of the books.
Mary Pope Osborne does a great job explaining how she came up with the idea of her Magic Tree House Series.
Thanks to Julie Niles Petersen for the find.
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Websites Top 3 Paragons of the Week – Episode 22

4 Comments Posted by on August 20, 2010 Paragons of the Week is a reoccurring post highlighting resources that I find to be worth mentioning.
I come across 100s of useful tools for educators each week.
Below are the top 3 “paragons” that I found this week that I feel teachers might dig.
To view previous Paragons, click here.
1.
Spelling Match Game.
Spelling Match Game is a fun site from Houghton Mifflin that helps students in grades 1-8 with their spelling and vocabulary.
Students can play games to help them learn about syllables, vowel sounds, missing letters, homophones, and many other spelling-related areas.
2. ChessKid.
ChessKid.com is a safe place for kids to go to learn about and play chess online.
It’s not necessary, but parents can create an account and then add their child to manage his or her access and friendships online and can monitor their activity.
An easy way for kids to play is just choose the options “Play vs.
Computer.” 3. Captain Coordinate.
Captain Coordinate is not a site dealing with making sure your clothes match, as I originally thought; rather, it is an interactive site dedicated to helping kids understand mapping concepts like scale, compass points, aerial view, coordinates, etc.
I found myself having a lot of fun while previewing this site and my 3-5 graders loved it as well.
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Websites Top 3 Paragons of the Week – Episode 21

Leave a comment Posted by on July 9, 2010 Paragons of the Week is a reoccurring post highlighting resources that I find to be worth mentioning.
I come across 100s of useful tools for educators each week.
Below are the top 3 “paragons” that I found this week that I feel teachers might dig.
To view previous Paragons, click here.
1.
Conjugation.com.
Conjugation.com is an easy to use website that works by just typing the verb that you want to conjugate in any form.
Any verb, regular or irregular.
You then Click on “Conjugate,” and a new page is instantaneously displayed, with the verb shown in all of its forms, voices and tenses.
2.
Signapp Now.
SignApp Now is the easiest way I’ve seen to create a sign-up sheet for keeping track of who’s coming to what.
You don’t need to register, people signing up don’t need to register.
You just create a sign-up page, email the url, and wait for people to sign up.
3.
Virtual Manipulatives.
Very useful site from MacGraw Hill, Virtual Manipulatives has a nice set of interactive manipulatives that would work great with an IWB.
The manipulative sets are broken into grade levels (pre-K through grade eight) and have some fantastic tools for teachers and students.
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SaaS Customer Success SaaS Metrics The Metrics-Driven SaaS Business | Ebook

3 Comments 1 min read Written by The SaaS community has gained a solid understanding of SaaS financial metrics, as well as many of the operational principles required to achieve them.
However, there has always been an obvious gap between what happens on the top line and what happens on the ground .
This is about to change.
The SaaS industry is maturing beyond simple, historical SaaS financial measures toward sophisticated operational measures in the form of new SaaS customer success metrics and predictive analytics.

We are witnessing the emergence of The Metrics-driven SaaS Business

This new Ebook is a compilation of recent posts inspired by my ongoing collaboration with Bluenose Analytics that explores the new Metrics-driven SaaS Business and its foundation of emerging best practices in customer success metrics.
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2015 at 11:41 am Rob NPS stands for Net Promoter Score

This is an evaluation method that rates how likely a customer is to tell someone else about your product.
The range is from 1-10.
9 & 10 being your company ’s evangelists.
7 & 8 are considered positively neutral.
The like your product but aren’t compelled to share it with anyone.
0-6 are your company detractors.
The goal is to engage 0-6 and find out what the problem is or how to help, move 7 & 8s up to evangalists status(9&10) and reward your 9s & 10s.
NPS gives you a general sense of customer success and helps move you to action.
The problem with NPS is that all companies have resource constraints.
Using Customer Lifetime Value(CLV) is a much better indicator of who should be targeting and how.
It is very important to align investment resources with appropriate expected return on investment.
Resources include email vs.
phone call vs.
face to face meeting.
With today’s advanced technology and abundance of big data, companies are now able to calculate CLV for each individual customer.

One company successfully doing this is Libring (www.libring.com)

Full disclosure, I work at Libring.

But I think the main take away Rob is that NPS was and still is helpful

but Customer Lifetime Value is a more inclusive and useful Saas metric.
Reach out with any questions or just to talk anything Saas.
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As an avid technologist, I’ve always had a thing for disruptive technologies , especially those that are not just cool tech but also provide genuine business benefits.
Some of these benefits are obvious at first, but some are often not even anticipated until after a technology innovation has been achieved.
VMware’s inception: Through the emulation of X86 computing components within software was one of these moments where the power of software driven computing started a whole new shift in the IT industry.

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this software defined computing technology paved way to achieve genuine cost savings through consolidation of multiple servers in to a handful of servers instead.
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Following on from vSphere.

VSAN and NSX as pillars of core software defined data center (SDDC)

last couple of years showed how this vision from VMware was coming in to reality through the launch of various new solutions as well as modernisation of exiting solutions.
IBM cloud (based on SDDC) & VMware Cloud on AWS (based on SDDC) were launched to harness cloud computing capabilities for customers without having to re-platform their workloads saving transformation costs.
Along with over 2000 VMware Cloud Provider partner platforms (built on SDDC) all of whom that runs these very same technologies underneath their cloud platforms, this common architecture enabled customers to easily move their workload from on premises to any of these platforms relatively easily.
Introduction of technologies such as VMware HCX last year made it even easier through one click migration of these workloads as well as the ability to move a running workload on to a cloud platform with zero downtime (Cloud motion).
In addition to the core infrastructure components, the existing infrastructure management and monitoring toolset deployed on-premises (vRealize suite) was also revamped over the last few years such that they can manage and monitor these environment s across all these cloud platforms.
vRealize suite was now one of the best Cloud Management Platforms that could provision workloads on to on-prem & on native cloud platform s such as AWS and Azure providing a single pane of glass.
NSX capabilities were also extended to cloud platforms to effectively bring cloud platforms closer to on-premises data centers via network adjacency providing customers easy migration and fall back choices while maintaining networking integrity across both platforms.
With these updates.

The vision of “Any Cloud” became more of a reality

though most of the use cases were limited to IaaS capabilities across the cloud platforms.
During last year.

VMware also launched a number of fully managed

born in the cloud SaaS applications under the category of VMware Cloud Services (v1.0) aimed at extending this “Any Cloud” capabilities to cover none IaaS platforms.

These SaaS offerings enabled ability to provision

manage and run cloud native workloads on none vSphere based cloud platforms such as Azure and native AWS platforms.
These extended the “Any cloud” capabilities right in to various PaaS platforms too enabling better value to customers.
A list of these new solutions and updates were listed on my previous post here.
Last few years also showed us how VMware intended on achieving the “Any Device” vision through the Workspace One platform & Air Watch.
Incremental feature upgrades ensured that support for a wide array of end user computing and mobile devices to consume various enterprise IT services in a consistent, secure manner, regardless of where the applications & the data are hosted (on-premises or cloud).
These updates include support for key none vSphere based cloud platforms and even competitive technologies such as Citrix providing customers plenty of choice to use any device of their choice to access applications hosted via all major avenues such as Mobile / PC / VDI / Citrix / Microsoft RDS.
“Any App” vision of enabling customers deploy and run any application was all about providing support for traditional (VM) based apps, .

Micro-services based apps (containers) and SaaS apps

The partnership with Google for the implementation formed and new products such as PKE were also launched to provision, manage and run container workloads via an enterprise grade Kubernetes platform, both on premises as well as on cloud platforms, making the Any App strategy also a reality.
Update in 2018!.
2018’s VMworld (Europe) messaging was very much an incremental continuation of this same multi-platform, multi app and multi device strategy, adding additional capabilities for core use cases.
Some of the new updates also showed how VMware are also adding new use cases such as Edge computing and IoT solutions in to the mix.

Some of the key updates to note from VMworld 2018 include

Heptio acquisition:    To strengthen the VMware’s Kubernetes platform offerings (Complements on-premises focused PKS as well as a SaaS offering for managed Kubernetes in VKE).
VMware Cloud PKS:    PKS as a Service (managed by VMware) on AWS with support coming for VMware Cloud on AWS, Azure, GCP and vSphere.
Project Dimension:    Fully managed VMware Cloud Foundation solution for on-premises with Hybrid Cloud control plane.
Beta announced!.
Launch of VCF 3.5:    Latest version of Cloud Foundation with incremental updates and cloud integration via HCX.
CloudHealth in VCS:    Integration of recently acquired CloudHealth in to the VMware cloud services (SaaS offering) portfolio which now extends the cloud platform cost monitoring and resource management as a SaaS offering with better cloud scalability than vROPs.
Pulse IoT center aaS:    IoT Infrastructure management solution previously available as an on-premises solution now available as a service.
Beta announced!.
New SaaS solutions:    Additional solutions are announced such as Cloud Assembly (vRA aaS), Service broker & Code stream to enhance DevOps app delivery & management.
VMware Blockchain:    Enterprise blockchain service inherently more secure than public blockchain that is integrated to underlying VMware tools and technologies for enterprises to consume.
Amongst these, there were also other minor incremental updates to existing tools and solutions such as vRealize suite 2018, Log Intelligence, Wavefront updates to provide application telemetry data (similar to App Dynamics) from container based deployments, vSphere & vSAN incremental updates, availability of vSphere platinum edition (with bundled in AppDefense) that learn (Good app behaviour), lock (the state in) and adapts security (based on changes to the application).

Adaptive micro-segmentation via integrating NSX & AppDefense

Increased geo availability of VMware Cloud on AWS (Ireland, Tokyo, N California, Ohio, Gov clud west), availability of AWS RDS on vSphere on premises to name few.

In addition to the above based on the previously established Any Cloud

Any Device & Any App strategy, VMware are also embracing different target markets such as Telco clouds by offering industry specific solutions through the use of their VeloCloud technologies, in preparation for the 5G revolution that is imminent in the industry and large telco Vodafone are helping VMWare co-engineer and test these solutions to ensure their business relevance.
So all in all.

There weren’t any attention grabbing headline announcements in this year’s VMworld event

but the focus was rather on providing evidence of the execution of that strategy set back in 2015/2016.
VMware’s increasing pivoting to Cloud based solutions is becoming more and more obvious as almost all the net new products and solutions announced within 2017 and 2018 VMworlds are all SaaS offerings managed by VMware.
This is a powerful message and customers seem to take note too, .

If the record breaking 12,000 attendees of VMworld 2018 Europe is anything to go by

As I mentioned at the beginning of this post, as these technology updates and new innovation is continuing, no doubt there will be additional use cases being realised, and the associated business requirements previously not envisioned being established.
In an age of rapid advancements of technology that often driving new business requirements retrospectively, I like how VMware are pushing ahead with a coherent technology strategy focused on providing customer the choice to benefit from innovations across these technology platforms.
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Continuation of Any Cloud, Any Device & Any App strategy – An update from VMworld 2018 Europe.
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The beginning.
As an avid technologist, I’ve always had a thing for disruptive technologies , especially those that are not just cool tech but also provide genuine business benefits.
Some of these benefits are obvious at first, but some are often not even anticipated until after a technology innovation has been achieved.
VMware’s inception: Through the emulation of X86 computing components within software was one of these moments where the power of software driven computing started a whole new shift in the IT industry.
In an age of Hardware centric IT, this software defined computing technology paved way to achieve genuine cost savings through consolidation of multiple servers in to a handful of servers instead.
For me back then as a lowly server engineer, introduction to this technology was one of those “goose bump” moments, especially when I thought about the possibilities of where this technology innovation could take us going forward, especially when that’s extended beyond just computing.
Fast forward about 12 more years, the software defined capabilities extended beyond compute in to storage and networking too, paving the way for brand new possibilities such as cloud computing .
Recognising the commoditisation of this software defined approach by various other vendors, VMware strategically changed their direction to focus on building tools and solutions that provide customers the choice to run any application , on any cloud platform, accessible by any end user device (PC & Mobile).
This strategy was launched back in 2015 and I’ve blogged about it here.
Continuation of a solid strategy.
Following on from vSphere, vSAN and NSX as pillars of core software defined data center (SDDC), last couple of years showed how this vision from VMware was coming in to reality through the launch of various new solutions as well as modernisation of exiting solutions.
IBM cloud (based on SDDC) & VMware Cloud on AWS (based on SDDC) were launched to harness cloud computing capabilities for customers without having to re-platform their workloads saving transformation costs.
Along with over 2000 VMware Cloud Provider partner platforms (built on SDDC) all of whom that runs these very same technologies underneath their cloud platform s, this common architecture enabled customers to easily move their workload from on premises to any of these platforms relatively easily.
Introduction of technologies such as VMware HCX last year made it even easier through one click migration of these workloads as well as the ability to move a running workload on to a cloud platform with zero downtime (Cloud motion).
In addition to the core infrastructure components, the existing infrastructure management and monitoring toolset deployed on-premises (vRealize suite) was also revamped over the last few years such that they can manage and monitor these environments across all these cloud platforms.
vRealize suite was now one of the best Cloud Management Platforms that could provision workloads on to on-prem & on native cloud platforms such as AWS and Azure providing a single pane of glass.
NSX capabilities were also extended to cloud platforms to effectively bring cloud platforms closer to on-premises data centers via network adjacency providing customers easy migration and fall back choices while maintaining networking integrity across both platforms.
With these updates.

The vision of “Any Cloud” became more of a reality

though most of the use cases were limited to IaaS capabilities across the cloud platforms.
During last year.

VMware also launched a number of fully managed

born in the cloud SaaS applications under the category of VMware Cloud Services (v1.0) aimed at extending this “Any Cloud” capabilities to cover none IaaS platforms.

These SaaS offerings enabled ability to provision

manage and run cloud native workloads on none vSphere based cloud platforms such as Azure and native AWS platforms.
These extended the “Any cloud” capabilities right in to various PaaS platforms too enabling better value to customers.
A list of these new solutions and updates were listed on my previous post here.
Last few years also showed us how VMware intended on achieving the “Any Device” vision through the Workspace One platform & Air Watch.
Incremental feature upgrades ensured that support for a wide array of end user computing and mobile devices to consume various enterprise IT services in a consistent, secure manner, regardless of where the applications & the data are hosted (on-premises or cloud).
These updates include support for key none vSphere based cloud platforms and even competitive technologies such as Citrix providing customers plenty of choice to use any device of their choice to access applications hosted via all major avenues such as Mobile / PC / VDI / Citrix / Microsoft RDS.
“Any App” vision of enabling customers deploy and run any application was all about providing support for traditional (VM) based apps, .

Micro-services based apps (containers) and SaaS apps

The partnership with Google for the implementation formed and new products such as PKE were also launched to provision, manage and run container workloads via an enterprise grade Kubernetes platform, both on premises as well as on cloud platforms, making the Any App strategy also a reality.
Update in 2018!.
2018’s VMworld (Europe) messaging was very much an incremental continuation of this same multi-platform, multi app and multi device strategy, adding additional capabilities for core use cases.
Some of the new updates also showed how VMware are also adding new use cases such as Edge computing and IoT solutions in to the mix.

Some of the key updates to note from VMworld 2018 include

Heptio acquisition:    To strengthen the VMware’s Kubernetes platform offerings (Complements on-premises focused PKS as well as a SaaS offering for managed Kubernetes in VKE).
VMware Cloud PKS:    PKS as a Service (managed by VMware) on AWS with support coming for VMware Cloud on AWS, Azure, GCP and vSphere.
Project Dimension:    Fully managed VMware Cloud Foundation solution for on-premises with Hybrid Cloud control plane.
Beta announced!.
Launch of VCF 3.5:    Latest version of Cloud Foundation with incremental updates and cloud integration via HCX.
CloudHealth in VCS:    Integration of recently acquired CloudHealth in to the VMware cloud services (SaaS offering) portfolio which now extends the cloud platform cost monitoring and resource management as a SaaS offering with better cloud scalability than vROPs.
Pulse IoT center aaS:    IoT Infrastructure management solution previously available as an on-premises solution now available as a service.
Beta announced!.
New SaaS solutions:    Additional solutions are announced such as Cloud Assembly (vRA aaS), Service broker & Code stream to enhance DevOps app delivery & management.
VMware Blockchain:    Enterprise blockchain service inherently more secure than public blockchain that is integrated to underlying VMware tools and technologies for enterprises to consume.
Amongst these, there were also other minor incremental updates to existing tools and solutions such as vRealize suite 2018, Log Intelligence, Wavefront updates to provide application telemetry data (similar to App Dynamics) from container based deployments, vSphere & vSAN incremental updates, availability of vSphere platinum edition (with bundled in AppDefense) that learn (Good app behaviour), lock (the state in) and adapts security (based on changes to the application), Adaptive micro-segmentation via integrating NSX & AppDefense, Increased geo availability of VMware Cloud on AWS (Ireland, Tokyo, N California, Ohio, Gov clud west), availability of AWS RDS on vSphere on premises to name few.

In addition to the above based on the previously established Any Cloud

Any Device & Any App strategy, VMware are also embracing different target markets such as Telco clouds by offering industry specific solutions through the use of their VeloCloud technologies, in preparation for the 5G revolution that is imminent in the industry and large telco Vodafone are helping VMWare co-engineer and test these solutions to ensure their business relevance.
So all in all.

There weren’t any attention grabbing headline announcements in this year’s VMworld event

but the focus was rather on providing evidence of the execution of that strategy set back in 2015/2016.
VMware’s increasing pivoting to Cloud based solutions is becoming more and more obvious as almost all the net new products and solutions announced within 2017 and 2018 VMworlds are all SaaS offerings managed by VMware.
This is a powerful message and customers seem to take note too, .

If the record breaking 12,000 attendees of VMworld 2018 Europe is anything to go by

As I mentioned at the beginning of this post, as these technology updates and new innovation is continuing, no doubt there will be additional use cases being realised, and the associated business requirements previously not envisioned being established.
In an age of rapid advancements of technology that often driving new business requirements retrospectively, I like how VMware are pushing ahead with a coherent technology strategy focused on providing customer the choice to benefit from innovations across these technology platforms.
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