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California Department of Water Resources

 

The California Department of Water Resources has 28 departments, Including the Dept. of Water Resources. Learn how the department recently modernized their IT Infrastructure and created a new central datacenter standardizing their virtualization on products from VMware. The department recently modernized its IT infrastructure with VMware, saving $2.2M in maintenance costs: - Condensed 200+ server racks to 4 racks. - Reduced power consumption by 40% and cooling costs by 50%

Tim Garza

California Natural Resources Agency

 

California Natural Resources Agency Gains Agility Across Multiple Agencies Through a Software-Defined Data Center Strategy

A Briefings Direct podcast on how a large state agency is harnessing virtualization to do more with less and remain agile and efficient.

“We consider VMware a strategic partner. We basically only want to work with business partners. We don’t want to work with vendors, because we don’t need someone to sell us something and walk away. VMware has been hand-in-hand with us for this whole journey.”

“From looking at VMware, virtualization is the standard. If you don’t take it on, then you really won’t be able to respond to business needs. When the official IT organization becomes obsolete, there are going to be ad-hoc IT organizations and those would become the norm. If you want to be relevant, you have to use every tool set that you can to provide the business needs.”

— Michael Hom, Data Center Chief in the IT InfrastructureServices Branch for the California Department of Water Resources

California Polytechnic State University

 

Learn how VMware Zimbra has become a key collaboration tool for students, faculty and staff at Cal Poly State University with its easy, intuitive and web-based email, calendaring, file sharing and task management features.

“VMware Zimbra from a business value proposition is a very solid investment. The price point is very competitive, the product itself is easy to use, simple to maintain, and we see it definitely growing in our environment and integrating well with the rest of our open-source architecture”.

— Johanna Madjedi, Associate Vice Provost, Information Technology

Campbell Clinic Orthopaedics

 

Improved Utilization Of Storage, Increased Availability With Storage vMotion And Data Recovery, And Enhanced IT And Business Agility With The Ability To Quickly Deploy Applications

“vSphere 4 has allowed our business to grow with limited time, money, and IT staff. We have successfully built and delivered an enterprise class IT infrastructure to our staff and patients, thanks to great features like vStorage Thin Provisioning, Data Recovery, Storage vMotion, and Fault Tolerance.”

— Justin Lauer, IT Manager

Campbell Clinic Orthopaedics

 

VMware Infrastructure 3 Creates A Virtualization Platform That Is Easy To Implement And Easy To Manage

“VMware is so far ahead of the competition, in terms of the maturity of their product. Choosing VMware Infrastructure 3 made all the sense in the world to us.”

— Justin Lauer, Information Technology Manager

Campbell Clinic Orthopaedics

 

Campbell Clinic Builds Resilient, Storage-Rich Virtualized Infrastructure

“With thin provisioning, we don’t have to deploy the physical storage we’ll need two years from now; we can provision it as needed on the fly and save ourselves a lot of expense.”

— Max Herring, Senior Systems Administrator

Campbell Union School District

 

It’s IT organization has virtualized the district’s infrastructure—including its Microsoft Exchange servers—as a VMware vSphere environment. And by doing that, Campbell delivers IT services beyond the expected as well.

“When I discovered VMware I was blown away by the maturity of the software. Now that we are running applications like Microsoft Exchange as virtualized implementations, our environment is easier to manage and costs our district less. VMware vSphere technology is well worth the investment.”

— Derek Moore, Supervisor of Technology

CapGemini

 

CapGemini wanted to leverage the value of virtualization for ERP customers within its managed services line of business. After a rigorous, year-long evaluation of virtualization technologies, it decided to build a cloud-based managed services platform using VMware vSphere technology. The new platform allows Capgemini clients to reduce their ERP capitalization costs. In addition, the platform allows Capgemini to offer more stringent SLAs to clients at lower price points than is possible with traditional hosting architectures.

“Companies today are looking to become more competitive and innovative, but to also achieve sustainable cost reductions. Our VMware cloud managed services offering lets our clients achieve those objectives.”

— Anthony Palacios, , Principal and Cloud Services Business Leader, Capgemini

CARCO Group, Inc.

 

CARCO Group, Inc. is a leader in the security industry providing investigative and security consulting services and supporting approximately ten thousand active users a day. With the implementation of VMware and NetApp they have been able to significantly reduce costs and scale their infrastructure.

“We're probably saving a half million dollars a year with the implementation of NetApp and VMware. And, for a business our size, that's a significant number.”

— Jim Owens, CEO

Cardinal Health

 

Cardinal Health Gets A Check-up Before Planning A Virtualized Future

“Working with VMware Professional Services has given us a head start on our upcoming virtualization projects.”

— John Kenyon, Senior Systems Engineer

CENTCOM

 

See how CENTCOM replaced an aging and cumbersome virtualized desktop environment with VMware View to improve manageability, more efficient allocation of storage hardware, and greater usability.

“Our desktop systems are as critical to CENTCOM’s mission as our F-18 fighters. We have to have 100 percent uptime, and with our VMware View environment, we do.”

— Tony Emery, Senior Systems Engineer, Contract Lead

Center Grove Community School Corporation

 

At Center Grove, virtualization enhances educational excellence

“VMware is the future of education technology. By virtualizing our environment, we provide a streamlined infrastructure for students and teachers that allows them to access the educational resources they need from wherever they are. VMware changes the way schools think about everything, from IT support, to planning new projects, to budgeting. It seems like every time I turn around, something else good comes from launching our VMware virtualization projects.”

— Julie Bohnenkamp, Director of Technology

Central Community College of Nebraska

 

Desktop Virtualization Improves Academic Access at Central Community College of Nebraska

“Students understand the power of connectivity. They respond to it. And VMware virtualization helps our technology keep pace with those students.”

— Thomas Peters, IT manager

Central Michigan University

 

Central Michigan University’s College of Business Administration Virtualized Desktops Deliver an Innovative Learning Environment

“Given our college’s intensive use of technology in the classroom, one of my department’s most important jobs is to ensure that our students’ desktops are equipped with the right software, and that they run the way they should. With VMware View, we have the tools we need to be more responsive to professors’ requests around software deployment and accessibility. We can manage our college’s desktop environment more efficiently and focus our attention on meeting high standards of service.”

— Stan Pope, Director of Technology for the College of Business Administration

CharterCARE Health Partners

 

“We’re blessed to be in the VMware 5 beta test user group and we’re loving what we see. We like the performance. The PC-over-IP expansion is amazing. VMware has written a great protocol there with their partners, and that is the technology that’s going to continue to drive the reinvention of the desktop.”

— Andy Fuss, Director of Technology and Engineering

CharterCARE Health Partners

 

See how CharterCARE Health Partners implemented a VMware View virtualized desktop environment to achieve its vision of offering IT-as-a-Service. The environment provides employees with device-independent access to applications anytime, from anywhere.

“Our VMware View users are ecstatic. I’ve had clinicians tell me it’s the best thing we’d ever done for CharterCARE, by far.”

— Andrew Fuss, Director of Technology and Engineering

CharterCARE Health Partners

 

CharterCARE Health Partners first implemented VMware virtualization technology for tactical reasons. The healthcare provider wanted to reduce its server footprint, improve its disaster-recovery capabilities and enable more-nimble scaling. Today, over 97 percent of the company’s applications are virtualized.

“VMware really is a strategic partner because it’s through VMware and its solutions that we can provide for disaster recovery and business continuity. We're also able to provision desktops through VMware View and provide for high availability for our most critical business applications such as our electronic medical healthcare record.”

— Mike Marsegilia, Network Engineer II

Children’s Hospital Central California

 

VMware vSphere Provides A Flexible And Efficient Virtualization Platform That Reduces The Costs Of Deploying And Managing Critical IT Systems, While Increasing Reliability And Performance

“By reducing the time and costs associated with maintaining our IT infrastructure, VMware vSphere allows us to put more resources towards creating a superior patient experience.”

— Joe Egan, Senior Network Engineer

Chino Unified School District

 

Chino Valley Unified School District modernizes with virtualized solutions. “More with less” is finally getting easier: Server fleet reduced by half; virtualized student information system now fast-loading and secure; labs can be rebuilt in seconds instead of hours.

“For me virtualization is a no brainer, really, any company that has an IT department has an IT budget, and it is an absolute shame to waste any part of that budget which is what will happen if virtualization is not considered”

— Georges Khairallah, Network Specialist

Chittenden Bank

 

Chittenden Bank Prepares To Grow Its Business— Not Its IT Staff—With Virtualization

“Our ‘go-to’ environment is a virtual platform based on VMware technology and Intel processors. We look at an application and decide why it shouldn’t be virtualized, rather than why it should.”

— Doug Nelson, Network Engineer
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