Texas A&M University Kingsville
Discover how Texas A&M University-Kingsville turned to VMware® View desktop virtualization for an agile and adaptive solution.
“VMware View allows us to maintain a competitive edge by providing the freshest applications and operating systems to users. If we had to run around and update our 4,000 PCs with the latest web browsers and versions of Microsoft Office, we’d never keep up.”
The Waddington Group
A rapidly expanding group of manufacturing companies, The Waddington Group met the challenge of growth by leveraging VMware vSphere with Operations Management (vSOM) to reduce time integrating backend systems by 80%. In addition, vSphere Data Protection Advanced increased reliability of backup and disaster recovery systems.
“The organization has been crying out for quicker implementation of new applications. Using vSphere with Operations Management, we can bring up new virtual hosts and deploy applications much more rapidly than in the past.”
Todd Herman Associates
Virtualization Benefits Consulting Firm and Clients Alike
“The additional flexibility, agility, and uptime that VMware and Intel technology brings to our firm helps us provide creative solutions that build stronger, more profitable, and more competitive companies.”
Transit Authority of River City (TARC)
Transit Authority Uses Virtualization To Keep Things Moving
“Selecting Intel based hardware for our VMware virtualization solution was a wise decision. The number of cores running on each processor gives us all the processing power we need to run our critical transit applications.”
Discover how Transylvania University lowered total cost of ownership for collaboration software licensing and support by 61% with Zimbra while adding new capabilities such as high availability (HA) and on-demand access to virtual servers load-balanced between the physical servers (VMware vSphere® vMotion®).
“Zimbra gives us a gorgeous Web interface for students as well as a connector to keep our Outlook users happy and synchronized. Zimbra and VMware have become our two favorite technologies.”
VMware vSphere 4 Provides A Virtualization Platform That Increases Scalability, Availability, And Manageability Of IT Infrastructure
“We’ve already saved $2.1 million dollars since moving to VMware vSphere, and expect to see these savings grow over the next few years. We’ve consolidated our servers at a 20:1 ratio, significantly reducing hardware costs. We’ve saved energy and space. We’ve even saved time because VMware technology has eliminated the extra time, steps, and costs of procuring and provisioning physical servers. From an operational and capital expense standpoint, going with VMware vSphere made a lot more sense.”
VMware Is The Business Solution Driving TTX Agility
“As a leader in cloud computing, VMware is enhancing the ability of companies like TTX to achieve our business goals. We can be more flexible and agile, and leverage our technology to swiftly respond to changing business conditions or emerging business needs. VMware is much more than a technology solution—it is a business solution.”
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue
Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue near Portland, Oregon leverages the VMware RealTime Mobile Response Solution to deliver critical information to mobile first responders and public affairs personnel.
"I would recommend VMware Horizon virtual desktop technology to other agencies facing the same challenges. The benefits that we’ve seen in administration and extending our enterprise network into the mobile and field environment have just been incredibly valuable and incredibly successful."
Union Mutual of Vermont
See how Union Mutual replaced its aging desktop environment with VMware View helping to reduce the company’s support costs and management overhead.
“In my opinion, VMware View virtual technology is the de facto standard for companies that need a stable, robust, sustainable desktop architecture.”
United States Air Force ESC CIE
Virtualization Enables USAF to Improve Combat-Support Software Development Capabilities Integration Environment Deploys virtualization For Efficient, Centralized Shared Services
“Virtualization has helped CIE meet skyrocketing demand for services. They can do more, faster, with a smaller footprint with the benefit from highly available datacenter resources and simpler project management options. This can enable the Air Force to deliver better service at lower cost to the developers who create essential combat-support applications.”
University of British Columbia
Virtualizing Oracle Database Servers Readies University of British Columbia to Achieve Infrastructure Goals
“When I talk to people about VMware virtualization, I tell them ‘don’t believe everything you think.’ We’re proving here at UBC that VMware is very viable. It works in production environments, it works for Oracle database servers, and everywhere in-between. VMware technology lets you architect a very reliable, very dynamic solution to your computing needs.”
University of Colorado
Virtualized UCCS Datacenter Advances Research, Teaching, Operations College of Engineering & Applied Sciences and the National Institute of Science, Space & Security Centers Attracts Grant Funding, Improves Classroom Capabilities
“Virtualization has allowed us to build a new, multi-purpose datacenter housing multiple environments to attract more research funding, expand classroom services and improve operational capabilities.”
University of Connecticut School of Business
Learn how University of Connecticut School of Business provides their students anytime, anywhere access to school-provide applications.
“Our vision is to offer our students dedicated desktops for every class they take. VMware View technology has put us on the path to realizing that dream.”
University of Illinois
The University of Illinois identifies and solves issues with VMware vFabric tc Server. The University of Illinois is the premier public university in the state, operating campuses in Chicago, Springfield and Urbana Champaign.
“tc Server helps us reduce the number of potential problem sources and focus on the areas where the issue might exist, saving us hours on troubleshooting a problem.”
University of Montreal
University of Montreal Takes Advantage of Needed Refresh to Virtualize Desktops. Virtualization Cuts Costs, Reduces Environmental Impact, Improves Service to Students and Faculty
“We had an aging desktop infrastructure, obsolete management tools and a limited budget for renewal. Our solution goals were to simplify management, cut costs, reduce environmental impact and improve service to end users. VMware View pays off on all of these fronts.”
University of New Mexico
The University of New Mexico comprises approximately 45,000 faculty, staff, and students with 100 departments and affiliates, and running about 660 VMs across the organization. Learn how the University of New Mexico is moving to a streamlined and automated private cloud model on VMware vRealize to gain a proper degree of centralization for infrastructure efficiency, while preserving a sufficient culture of decentralization for agility, innovation, and departmental-level control. Brian Pietrewicz, Director of Computing Platforms at UNM discusses the latest ways to manage cloud architectures and processes to attain the best of cloud efficiencies, while empowering improved services delivery and process agility.
“We're running a VMware stack and we're also running vRealize Automation. We've deployed the Self-Service Portal. We give departments, faculty members, or departmental IT folks the ability to go into the portal and deploy their own machines at will. Then, they are administrators of that machine. They also have additional management features through the vRealize Automation console so that they can effectively do whatever they need to do with the server, but not have to worry about any of the underlying infrastructure.”
University of South Carolina Upstate
Learn how the University of South Carolina Upstate is improving the manageability of its desktop environment with VMware View. The university calculates that it has reduced its power costs by $6,862 annually.
“With VMware View, we can be more responsive to our faculty, so they can support active learning and do a better job engaging students.”
University of Wisconsin-Madison
VMware Delivers Capacity Savings To One Of America’s Great Universities
“vSphere 4 was the kick we needed to adopt a ‘virtualization-first’ policy. Our virtual infrastructure is now growing faster than ever before.”
US Federal Agency
Find out how a Federal Agency implemented VMware vCloud Director and VMware vShield to further improve IT services to internal customers. The result is a true private cloud.
“VMware enabled us to leverage best-of-breed vendor products and homegrown applications to build a cohesive, integrated and secure solution for agile service delivery.”
Discover how V3 Systems delivers a game-changing innovation: V3 drop-in Appliances for managing single or multiple sets of 50-400 virtual desktops that perform 2-8 times faster than physical desktops.
“The V3 Appliance enables organizations to fulfill the promise of desktop virtualization to streamline IT, increase agility and enhance worker productivity.”