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EMC

 

Computer data storage company EMC deployed several components of VMware vRealize Suite to deliver database as a service (DBaaS). The solution dramatically accelerated database deployment, slashing delivery times by 99 percent. It also makes ongoing management of databases more effective, allowing administrators to quickly and easily make necessary changes. And it allows IT staff to be more responsive to business needs and strategic goals.

"With our database-as-a-service framework built on the VMware solutions, the business can get what it needs, when it needs it."

— Darryl Smith, Chief Database Architect, EMC

EMC Corporation Consulting and IT Services for Life Sciences

 

EMC Consulting for Life Sciences helps customers meet critical challenges by improving collaboration, which ensures compliance and boosts operational efficiency. EMC Consulting leverages its Life Sciences industry expertise to provide the following services:

  • Content management and collaboration
  • Compliance and risk management
  • Bioinformatics and analytics
  • IT transformation

“My experience with the vCloud Air team has been terrific. When required, their support team replies quickly and they make sure to get our issues solved.”

— Dominick Terra, Senior Manager Systems Engineering, EMC Corporation

EMC Corporation Consulting and IT Services for Life Sciences

 

EMC Documentum for Life Sciences Regains Its Competitive Edge with VMware vCloud Air

The EMC Documentum for Life Sciences sales force could not always effectively compete, because it took them several weeks to deploy a proof of concept while it took their competitors much less time. In addition, EMC sales engineers had to spend valuable time creating and managing demos. By hosting the EMC Documentum for Life Sciences solution on VMware vCloud® AirTM, EMC now creates and deploys their demo and proofs of concept environments in just a few minutes, and offers tighter security and better performance, both competitive differentiators.

EMC Documentum for Life Sciences helps accelerate product discovery and development. It streamlines and secures information and provides a flexible, secure, powerful and automated information infrastructure essential to speed processes governing research, clinical trials and GMP while reducing cost and complexity. The solutions consist of modules for research and development, clinical trials, regulatory submissions, and manufacturing to provide critical compliance with various global governmental oversight entities such as the FDA. EMC Documentum is the industry standard for regulated document management with more than 75 percent of leading life sciences enterprises relying on EMC Documentum solutions.

"VMware vCloud Air levels the playing field, making EMC as agile as our competitors. We simply can’t compete without it."

— Brian Hagen, Principal Systems Engineer, EMC Documentum

ESC Lab Sciences

 

ESC Lab Sciences Deploys VMware vCloud Air Disaster Recovery to Keep Its Business Operational Under Any Circumstances

As one of the largest and busiest environmental testing labs in the country, ESC Lab Sciences needed a reliable disaster recovery plan that would minimize the possibility of operations grinding to a halt due to natural or human disasters. VMware vCloud Air Disaster Recovery serves as the basis of that plan, integrating seamlessly with the company’s VMware vSphere environment.

ESC Lab Sciences provides environmental testing, analysis, and data to public and private- sector customers nationwide. The Mt. Juliet, Tennessee–based organization was founded in 1970 and has grown to become the largest single-location environmental testing lab in the United States. It now has more than 250 employees extending operations to 50 round- the-clock client support centers located throughout the country, analyzing everything from drinking water and waste water to air quality, industrial hygiene, radiochemistry, and more.

“It took just a few weeks to implement VMware vCloud Air Disaster Recovery and replicate our mission-critical applications and servers. Within a month, I was able to turn on those services and start doing isolated tests.”

— Tom White, Enterprise Infrastructure Director, ESC Lab Sciences

Exostar

 

Discover why Exostar switched to VMware and how they've improved capacity and performance management with vCenter Operations Management Suite

"It's critical that everyone understands at any given point and time how operations are running. Whether we have issues, and if we do have issues, what the next steps are. vCenter Operations Manager gives us that insight"

— Raj Dasgupta, IT Director, Exostar

Exostar

 

Exostar Uses VMware NSX for Security & Automation

By separating networking and security functions from the underlying topology, Exostar is seeing the benefits in security, automation, and application continuity that were previously unreachable without VMware NSX.

“So we chose NSX over the competitors such as Cisco, ACI, simply because of market adoption. NSX has gained much more momentum in the marketplace and seems to have broader acceptance by the partner ecosystems than the competitors that are coming up.”

— Andy Lubel, Manager of Technical Infrastructure, Exostar

Federal Government

 

This Federal Government customer wanted to reduce complexity by utilizing a solution that integrates natively with their VMware vSphere® environment. They also wanted to improve the reliability and consistency of recovering critical applications like Microsoft Exchange and SQL Server. They found vSphere Data Protection Advanced very easy to use and noted that they could meet the needs of their application owners, providing granular backup and object-level recovery.

“vSphere Data Protection Advanced gave us a reliable solution to back up critical data while being easy to learn and deploy. It reduced storage requirements as well.”

— Anonymous, Federal Government

Flushing Bank

 

Flushing Bank Enhances Security and Modernizes Branch Banking with VMware Horizon

Flushing Bank leverages VMware virtual desktops to address one of the most important challenges in banking today – ensuring customer data is as secure as possible.

"VMware was the key to resolving our security concerns with desktops. Our experience has been positive and we’re looking forward to more deployments with VMware."

— Alex Gellerman, Vice President, Systems Infrastructure, Flushing Bank

Flushing Bank

 

Flushing Bank Eliminates Data Security Risks and Simplifies Desktop Management with VMware Horizon

Flushing Bank needed more robust security for the customer data on its employees’ desktop and notebook PCs. To eliminate potential data loss from a compromised client system, the bank implemented a desktop and application virtualization solution based on VMware Horizon®. By moving all storage and processing of customer data to a protected data center environment, the bank increased security, improved the user experience, simplified client system administration, reduced costs, and streamlined its desktop management.

“Our experience with VMware and Horizon has been predominantly positive. It’s a great product, very solid, and the support is absolutely outstanding. You can always get a VMware engineer to help you with a task.”

— Alexander Gellerman, Vice President of Systems Infrastructure, Flushing Bank

Fulton County Schools

 

Fulton County Schools Optimize Personalized Learning with VMware Virtual SAN

“To put it in layman’s terms, my customer, what made them so happy is tasks they were running on the old environment were taking thirty to forty five minutes to complete. And on the new environment, with VSAN, it was sub-five minutes.”

— Kenny Wilder, IT Director, Fulton County Schools

Fulton County Schools

 

VMware NSX Helps Transform Security for Fulton County Schools

Fulton County Schools leverages VMware NSX micro-segmentation of virtual firewalls and be able to protect their horizontal traffic as well as the vertical traffic in and out of the virtual environment.

“We are putting a tablet device in every student’s hands at Fulton County Schools and better securing our environment with VMware NSX.”

— Kenny Wilder, Director of Network Infrastructure, Fulton County Schools

George Washington University

 

Standardizing IT Services and Delivering Faster with VMware NSX

GWU became a broker of IT enabling its students and faculty with secure access to everything they need including desktop virtualization in labs, development platforms, kiosks, and remote access. Delivering services now in minutes, GWU uses VMware NSX for security and multi-tenancy; as well as improving scalability by automating IT integrating vRealize Automation. GWU continues to expand uses including Horizon DaaS (Desktop as a Service) leveraging NSX to provide self-service.

“In order to become a service provider for the university, NSX gave us the final piece that we needed. We can now deliver scalable, logical, secure networks to all our tenants, whether it’d be other IT organizations or academic researchers.”

— Brian Mislavsky, Manager Infrastructure Services | Division of IT, George Washington University

Golf Course Superintendents Association (GCSAA)

 

Learn How You can Use VMware Hybrid Cloud to Extend Your Existing Applications and For Development/Testing

Ever wondered how you can extend your existing applications from your data center into the public cloud to achieve agility and CAPEX savings for handling seasonal workloads, geographic expansion and data center transitions with ease? How can you deliver a truly hybrid platform, allowing you to free up valuable on-premises data center capacity while developing and testing new applications faster?

June 23rd, 2015 8.00 am PST, we hosted a Google+ Hangout event featuring VMware experts and our customers as they provide a deep-dive into the two most common use cases for VMware vCloud Air : Extend Existing Apps and Dev/Test.

“vCloud Air provided us an Agile solution to assist us in our cloud transformation.”

— Lambert M Tomeldan, Director of Information Technology, GCSAA

Golf Course Superintendents Association (GCSAA)

 

Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) runs on VMware vCloud Air

The Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA), with over 19,000 members in 72 countries, is the professional association for the men and women who manage and maintain the game’s most valuable resource — the golf course. Today, GCSAA and its members are recognized by the golf industry as one of the key contributors in elevating the game and business to its current state.

GCSAA’s mission is to serve its members, advance their profession and enhance the enjoyment, growth and vitality of the game of golf.

After deciding their IT strategy included transitioning to a Software Defined Data Center, they evaluated several vendors. They decided to go with VMware and EMC for server and storage consolidation and virtualization. They are currently 90% virtualized, with a 100% goal in the next couple of years. Currently 50% of their production applications are hosted in vCloud Air (Learning Management and Association Management apps) with a goal of 100%. These applications are important in helping GCSAA to get their customers to learn how to play golf better but also in achieving their goals of growing the business.

They also needed a cloud-based solution that would help them with international expansion rather than having to set up data centers in various countries.

"To stay competitive and to take advantage of new business opportunities, we have to be scalable but also have an environment that is reliable and redundant. And hosting our production environments in VMware vCloud Air has allowed us to grow in a rapid pace in order to fulfill the needs of our current members and our future ones.”

“The best thing that we have experienced with VMware vCloud Air is that we are able to do more with less. And what that means is that having a managed infrastructure up in VMware vCloud Air allows our engineers to basically spin up production test dev environment quickly than we would have had in our previous hosting provide.”

— Lambert Tomeldan, IT Director, GCSAA

Hackensack University Medical

 

VMware Infrastructure 3 Creates a Flexible and Scalable Virtual Infrastructure That Frees Up Data Center Resources and Supports Growth

“Virtualization is no longer a ‘maybe’ for enterprise IT environments— it’s a necessity. We need to reduce costs and make more efficient use of resources, and VMware Infrastructure 3 helps us achieve that goal.”

— Benjamin Bordonaro, CTO

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.”

— Shafiq Rab, M.D., MPH, Vice President and Chief Information Officer

Halton Regional Police Service

 

Halton Regional Police Service Dramatically Improves Information Access for 911 Dispatch Operators and Expands Mobility with VMware Horizon and AirWatch

The job of 911 dispatchers is stressful by nature. The efficiency of Halton Regional Police dispatchers was being challenged by the service’s existing remote access system that continuously froze and/or locked dispatchers out, causing intolerable delays in receiving information.

Halton Regional Police Service deployed VMware Horizon to deliver reliable and flexible virtual desktops to its 911 dispatchers and reduce their stress. Additionally, they deployed AirWatch Enterprise Mobility Management for secure mobility management.

"We’re one of the safest communities in Canada, and we rely on technology from VMware to provide that top-notch level of service.”

— Adam Woods, Senior Systems Engineer, Halton Regional Police Service

Hamilton County

 

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.”

— Chris Mertens, Director of IT for Hamilton County, Indiana

Heartland Payment Systems

 

VMware Software Defined Data Center at Heartland Payment Systems

Heartland runs secure transactions on VMware Software Defined Data Center, networking and storage solutions to offer small to medium sized merchants security protection to compete and grow as entrepreneurs in the global marketplace. Heartland’s rapid growth in the eCommerce field keeps them focused on virtualizing their technology infrastructure in order to handle their diverse products and platforms while managing industry risk and optimizing performance.

“Every single one of the transactions that we process runs on VMware so we are utilizing more of the VMware environment now like vRealize Automation stack to put in those governance steps that need to happen on the back end while delivering infrastructure faster to our customers.”

— Brendon McCaulley, Sr. Director IT, Heartland

“Once we took a step back and realized what we were doing and the really better ways we could go about leveraging virtualization, software defined data center, software defined networking, software defined storage, we really kind of had an ah-ha moment.”

— Brendon McCaulley, Sr. Director IT, Heartland

“Software defined data center is a big initiative for us. We want to get to the point where everything for us is software and configuration. We believe VMware has that similar vision.”

— Bryan Thompson, CTO, Heartland

Heartland Payment Systems

 

Heartland Payment Systems is Secure at the Core with VMware NSX

With VMware NSX, the time for Heartland Payment Systems to deliver value through IT to the business has improved by 75%. Learn how they’ve leveraged NSX to improve the performance, reliability, and security of their network.

“VMware solutions allow us to be secure at the VM level and at every single point in our network. That kind of flexibility and security was not available with any technology before vSphere and NSX.”

— Brendon McCaulley, Sr. Director IT, Heartland Payment Systems
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