Global Self-Service Technology Company
A global provider of self-service technology solutions leveraged VMware solutions to “run quicker, leaner, faster and cheaper.” Recently, the company implemented a cloud environment empowering developers worldwide to provision their own test and development resources. The company also is virtualizing its mission-critical applications, strengthening disaster recovery and looking ahead to the strategic advantages of workload flexibility in the hybrid cloud.
“We’re using virtualization to empower our developers worldwide to provision their own technology so they can reduce the time from product concept to offering for competitive time to market.”
Global Washington Helps Members Alleviate Poverty with the Help of Esri’s Mapping Solution and VMware Cloud
“With the help of Esri, VMware and BlueLock, we’re leveraging cloud technology to help our members increase the visibility of their activities and advocate more effectively for the causes they support.”
Graydon, Head & Ritchey, LLP
Graydon, Head & Ritchey, LLP Migrates From Microsoft Hyper-V To VMware, Virtualizing Key Applications And Centralizing Management Of Their Virtual Environment
“VMware Fault Tolerance gives us the zero downtime we need for SQL Server and Exchange without using dedicated physical servers. The savings in software licenses next year will pay back half of our investment in VMware.”
Green Mountain Power
Vermont-based utility company virtualizes Oracle applications, including databases.
“We have Oracle Application Testing Suite. And we have used that extensively to test out each and every application, functional as well as the lower. We've done several tests and we have not yet heard of any complaint as far as performance goes.”
Green Mountain Power
Vermont-based utility company virtualizes Oracle applications, including databases, and keeps their virtual environment up and running through Hurricane Irene with help from VMware and NetApp
“We had 44 to 50,000 customers without power because of Hurricane Irene. So our systems were up and running, and our users were happy. Performance was great. People in our districts were getting the resources from our systems that they needed.”
Leading Transportation Equipment and Services Company Virtualizes Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Dynamics AX
“After five years of successful datacenter virtualization, we knew that virtualizing our upgrade to Microsoft SharePoint 2010 would deliver high availability, lower cost and greater business agility.”
Virtualization Provides a Clear Path for Growth at Leading Consulting Firm
“We saw VMware and Intel technology as the ideal infrastructure to help grow our business. Without it, we would not have been able to expand as smoothly as we have.”
Fashion retailer gains affordable, secure redundancy and disaster recovery with VMware solutions
“Virtualization has really worked out for us—we saw immediate benefits from VMware solutions. Today we are 60-70% virtualized, with vSphere in our main data center. For our small offices, with very limited resources, we have deployed VMware ESX servers.”
Hackensack University Medical
Hackensack University Medical Center delivers healthcare IT as a service with VMware vCloud for Healthcare. Providers are able to access Epic with "the right access at the right time to the right provider in the right format".
“Cloud computing is the game changer between the haves and the have-nots. We are now trying to analyze and understand how to make healthcare efficient. VMware cares about healthcare.”
The job of a 20-person IT team supporting 1,000 government employees gets more difficult when the County begins considering a major software upgrade. That’s what IT staff experienced in Hamilton County, located just north of Indianapolis. When Hamilton County had to upgrade to Microsoft Windows 7 and Office 2010, IT staff knew many of its PCs weren’t powerful enough to run them, so they looked to VMware and Unidesk solutions for help. In combination, VMware Horizon View, Unidesk, Dell storage and servers, and zero clients are enabling Hamilton County to achieve all of its desktop virtualization goals—from improved IT staff efficiency and enhanced workforce mobility to greater security and resiliency from desktop failure and disaster. The solution has increased IT agility by reducing provisioning times from hours to minutes, and improved anytime, anywhere employee access to data, applications, and desktops for all county employees.
“Desktop virtualization would allow us to reuse these PCs and extend their life. Plus, our public offices could introduce initiatives or application requirements at any time. Virtual desktops would give us a faster, easier way to respond to these requests while maintaining the high standards of security and service we are known for in our county.”
Harley-Davidson Leveraged VMware Professional Services During Its Wide-Scale Deployment Of The VMware vSphere 4 Upgrade For Quick And Successful Datacenter Upgrade
Motorcycle Manufacturer Improves Datacenter Efficiency And Reduces Cost With VMware vSphere
Use VMware Technology To Improve The Availability Of Vital Applications While Paring Costs To The Tune Of Roughly $2.3 Million—And Moving Towards A Cloud Infrastructure For Even Greater Efficiencies
“Our primary datacenter is now 100 percent virtualized on vSphere 4. The upgrade went very smoothly and we are already beginning to take advantage of some of the exciting new features such as Fault Tolerance, vShield Zones, vStorage Thin Provisioning and Host Profiles. We are especially excited about Fault Tolerance because it will ensure zero downtime and zero data loss for applications most critical to the business.”
HP Enterprise Services collaborates with VMware Technical Account Management Services to succeed with virtualization—and new customers. Working with a VMware Technical Account Manager, the company’s engineering group has built a center of expertise that helps HP customers move ahead with virtualization efforts. HP Enterprise Services provides a range of services, including consulting, outsourcing and integration, helping clients with technology-related initiatives involving everything from business transformation to the cloud, analytics and security. HP gains additional new business through this engagement and expertise in virtualization. Part of Hewlett Packard’s HP Enterprise strategic business unit, the organization has more than 139,000 employees in 60 countries.
“[The TAM] has had a huge part in helping us demonstrate the value of our solutions to customers and ultimately, in helping us build business.”
This video montage, which aired during Bill Fathers keynote session at VMworld 2014, features customers using vCloud Air. SAIC, Iatric Systems and Perforce Software discusses how VMware vCloud Air is changing the way they do business and how they have benefited.
“The challenge was, how do we build a bigger system, vCloud Air has given us a solution that is cost effective, that is secure, that is robust, that is scalable but is something we can also implement very easily and rapidly for the customer”
Iatric Systems, Inc. is using VMware vCloud Air to offer its healthcare software as a service to customers, reducing costs and increasing agility
Thanks to VMware’s vCloud Air solution, Iatric Systems can now offer their healthcare software as a service (SaaS) to its customers in a completely secure manner, reducing cost and increasing agility and scalability.
"The fact that vCloud Air has an ISO Certification, as well as a HIPAA High Tech Certification and they’ll sign a BAA, that gave us a, a very high degree of comfort and that’s something that we’ve been able to take and share with our customers and give them comfort as well."
VMware customers discuss how vCloud Air is changing the way they do business by providing them with flexibility which enables them with new innovations.
A video featuring vCloud Air customers as they discuss how VMware changes the way they do business. Customers featured include: Perforce Software, Legacy Reserves, Custom Windows System, Cloud Business, Carisbrooke Shipping, Bluefin Solutions, Iatric and Nevro Corp.
IBC Bank Changes VDI Economics with VMware Virtual SAN
By migrating data from more costly legacy solutions to VMware Virtual SAN, IBC Bank is enjoying significant cost savings and has changed the economics of their VDI deployment. With the new Virtual SAN solution in place, IBC Bank is able to simplify operations and more easily and cost-effectively expand its VDI footprint to deliver a more agile and budget-friendly solution.
“Virtual SAN lets us buy what we need, when we need it. With non-disruptive scaling, we can add more capacity or increase performance at any time without interrupting our operations. Virtual SAN enables us to be far more responsive to the constant changes in our environment.”
IBM Credits Virtualization With Solving Client’s Server Sprawl Issues
“Using VMware and Intel technologies has allowed us to deliver a first-rate virtualization solution for our client across multiple locations worldwide.”
Ideosity, a boutique technology consultancy with large global clients, needed to ensure that client data was safely backed up and could be easily recovered by a small IT team. With the VMware vSphere Data Protection Advanced solution, data is backed up and replicated to offsite locations as an added measure of protection. Best of all, backups and replication that once took 12 hours or more can now be completed in less than three hours. Faster data protection means Ideosity can do more with existing hardware and its existing IT resources, saving time, money, and effort.
“I’ve virtualized with VMware and prefer backing up with VMware. With vSphere Data Protection Advanced, backups have gotten more sophisticated. It is cost-effective and reliable— kind of set it and forget it.”