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EPAM Systems

 

EPAM centralised infrastructure management in the first phase of the development process aiming at the establishment of an IT environment that would adapt more flexibly to business requirements. In the second phase of the developments in the summer of 2006, EPAM Systems decided to virtualise the development and test environments established for the projects. Thanks to VMware-based virtualisation, we are able to set up the development environment of a starting project several magnitudes faster, just under 1 hour instead of several days or weeks. The other big advantage of virtualisation is that development managers can take a snapshot of the environment before testing a new version or service pack of the software under development or before verifying the version compatibility of a new database manager. EPAM in recent years has achieved two-digit growth in revenues and employed staffs - which are also reflected in the cost of IT.

„The snapshot function of VMware provides a high degree of security for development work. Using this system, it is faster and easier to test our software and we are able to provide an even higher standard of service to our customers. While our earlier infrastructure may have limited this process, our virtualised environment has become the drive behind our business.”

— Tibor Borzák, IT research & development manager, EPAM Systems

Diákhitel Központ Zrt.

 

Student Loan Direct is an easy-to-use, user-friendly portal that also provides help and information functions. It enables users to create correct and properly completed documents required for the loan process. They can complete their loan applications and data update forms, view their loan agreements, balances, and repayment history, exchange messages with the Student Loan Center, and communicate using this channel instead of postal mail. The launch of the Student Loan Direct is a success story: 50 percent of all new loan applications already arrived through the portal started in September 2011. Since the virtualization of Student Loan Center, there were no unplanned server downtimes, and the server room requires less cooling and energy. The fault tolerance of the VMware-based environment, tested before implementing the Student Loan Direct portal, showed that operation continuity can be ensured if combined with regular data backups. The introduction of 7x24 service availability requires setting up a backup data center that Student Loan Center will implement using VMware’s disaster recovery solution.

"Using VMware's virtualization solution, we have set up a server environment with high-availability and load balancing to serve our Student Loan Direct portal. So our customers can rely on our services around the clock, 7 days a week."

— István Gál, IT Manager, Student Loan Center Plc.

ADAC e.V.

 

ADAC e.V., Europe’s Largest Automobile Insurance Association Completes Desktop Migration. With VMware Mirage it migrated 2,400 existing desktop PCs, including user installed applications, files, and profiles to new laptops in a time constrained, three week timeframe.

“With Mirage we had exactly the same IT environment on the PC, but were able to migrate over everything that made that desktop personal to our users... IT was able to separate the IT images on the desktop PCs from the user space — applications, files, and personalization. ”

— Stefan Brandstetter, IT Manager, ADAC e.V.

Micro Inks

 

Micro Inks Virtualizes Business-critical saP and Microsoft exchange systems to Maintain availability and Meet commercial targets.

Indian-headquartered ink business Micro Inks had run its SAP and Microsoft Exchange systems on a physical server infrastructure with direct-attached storage. However, data corruption cost the company three days worth of plant operations. To stop a similar event occurring again, the organization deployed VMware vSphere as part of a vBlock converged infrastructure, and VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager to ensure fast, error-free disaster recovery.

MSC

 

MSC is a private shipping company, founded in 1970 it has grown rapidly to become the second largest shipping company in the world today. It operates 441 container ships transporting goods to customers around the world. When recently moving to new offices, MSC were faced with energy limitations set by the city and had to find a solution that would help them not only consume less energy but maintain the quality and efficiency their staff were used to. MSC chose VMware virtualization, this enabled them to easily set up the infrastructure required, providing an efficient and secure solution to all staff. VMware’s innovative technology has not only provided MSC with the energy efficiency they required but enabled a seamless, faster and safer solution to their end users.

"Users have really been thrilled... it is just quick and secure !"

— Andre Simha, CIO, MSC Group

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

Myron Steves

 

Using VMware, insurance broker Myron Steves implemented a high-availability IT infrastructure and slashed costs across their business with the guidance and support of their local solution provider, SynchroNet.

"Our relationship with SynchroNet is strong because they provide awesome support. We have the expertise built in-house but there's some things that you just can't get to. They take it and solve it. The best thing about it is the planning, the insight. They're in the real world.”

— Tim Moudry, Associate Director, IT

Thomas Duryea Consulting

 

Our discussion kicks off a three-part series on how Thomas Duryea (TD) designed, built, and commercialized a vast cloud infrastructure to provide services to their clients. We'll learn why a cloud-of-clouds approach is providing new types of IT services to Thomas Duryea’s many Asia-Pacific region customers.

"We're certainly seeing SMBs, for a financial reasons, want to shift to cloud. The cloud is now in a position where it can offer that to SMB customers. So we're seeing great opportunities appear, where not only are we taking their infrastructure into the cloud, but also adding on top of that managed-service capability."

— Adam Beavis, General Manager of Cloud Services

NYSE Euronext

 

In 2011 NYSE Technologies, the commercial technology division of NYSE Euronext, launched their cloud-based Capital Markets Community Platform using VMware technology. Today they have expanded this offering worldwide; learn how providing cloud services as a business has evolved and how this innovative cloud and groundbreaking business model has been received in the financial services industry.

“With the advances in virtualization and the capabilities that VMware brings to the table, we're now able to offer to our clients more of the same services that they're used to internally, only now in a much more dynamic and agile manner that's outsourced.”

— Feargal O’Sullivan , Global Head of Alliances

PeakColo

 

PeakColo is an enterprise-class infrastructure as a service (IaaS) cloud service provider to other service providers. Through PeakColo, channel partners white-label PeakColo’s services and own their customer relationships, built atop PeakColo’s IaaS environment. They can rapidly enter the cloud marketplace under their own brand without capital expenditure, enjoying a faster route to profitability.

“VMware and NetApp clustered Data ONTAP technology are at the core of our competitive advantage—and our customers’.”

— Luke Norris, CEO

Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre

 

Learn how Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre modernized its datacenter with a VMware vSphere environment, virtualizing critical and business applications while improving operational efficiency and agility for the long term.

“With VMware, we achieved a reliable, scalable, adaptable IT infrastructure. As a result, we’re not only running our own applications more efficiently, but now have a more robust and flexible environment for hosting applications for our partner hospitals.”

— Chad Rendell, Senior Systems Administrator

Washington Trust Bank

 

Learn How Washington Trust Bank Uses VMware View to Secure Data and Customer Information.

"The nice thing about running VMware View is that all the data stays in the secure data center. It doesn’t leave the data center at all. From a security perspective, implementing VMware View was a very large step forward in securing our data from a mobility perspective."

— Chris Green, Vice President/Director IT Infrastructure Systems

Metro Health

 

Hear Metro Health CIO Bill Lewkowski and Technology Strategist Aivars Aspite explain the benefits of VMware View and Epic as the basis of their desktop virtualization strategy. Learn how the hospital is providing physicians and clinicians secure anytime, anywhere access to the data they need to provide the best possible patient care.

"When I look at our virtualization strategy, our cloud strategy, our technology infrastructure strategy moving forward and being innovative our key vendor in all of that is VMware. They have provided the virtualization in our data center, they are providing that virtualization in our desktop environment. We really look at it as a strategic advantage. It’s a way to extend who we are, to not let it constrain our vision and our strategies, and extend out beyond our four walls at Metro."

— Bill Lewkowski, CIO

Sierad Produce

 

VMware vSphere 5 can support resource-hungry applications while meeting requirements for lower infrastructure costs, faster provisioning and improved redundancy.

“We found that VMware vSphere was a mature product with a robust track record, and it had the flexibility to support new technologies and business models such as cloud computing.”

— Erison Hek Oktavian, Chief Information Officer

The University of Auckland

 

VMware virtualization enables the university to securely, efficiently and cost-effectively run business-critical Oracle databases and associated applications.

"The university has a strategic goal of implementing innovative technologies to provide a world-class teaching, learning and research environment. Migrating our Oracle database environment from the legacy Sun Fire E25K systems to VMware vSphere has supported this goal by delivering a fivefold improvement in performance for our customers, while reducing infrastructure acquisition costs.”

— Elizabeth Coulter , IT Services Director

ABN AMRO N.V. Singapore

 

VMware vSphere enabled ABN AMRO Bank N.V. Singapore to consolidate 27 application environments, two separate email systems and two directory services, and automate disaster recovery processes between two datacenters.

“By running VMware virtualization based on Intel processor-based servers, we have avoided adding about 150 new physical servers at a cost of more than USD$600,000 and created a resilient virtual datacenter environment where we can cater for new business requirements.”

— Dirk Sibiet, Executive Director, Country Technology Officer, SIngapore and United Arab Emirates

SMR Automotives

 

VMware vSphere helps reduce datacenter footprint while improving the manageability and reliability of SMR’s IT infrastructure, both at its primary datacenter and remote plants worldwide.

“The virtualization project with VMware has helped improve the reliability and manageability of our datacenters, and ensured 24x7 uninterrupted production for our manufacturing facilities, thereby saving significant cost for us each year,” Gaurav Gulati, Global CIO, SMR Automotive Services

— Gaurav Gulati,, Global CIO

SMR Automotives

 

VMware vSphere helps reduce datacenter footprint while improving the manageability and reliability of SMR’s IT infrastructure, both at its primary datacenter and remote plants worldwide.

“The virtualization project with VMware has helped improve the reliability and manageability of our datacenters, and ensured 24x7 uninterrupted production for our manufacturing facilities, thereby saving significant cost for us each year,” Gaurav Gulati, Global CIO, SMR Automotive Services

— Gaurav Gulati,, Global CIO

Subaru of America, Inc. (www.firstcarstory.com)

 

To support the launch of the new 2012 Impreza, Subaru engaged marketing agency Carmichael Lynch to develop a revolutionary website to help drive their marketing campaign called firstcarstory.com it enables users to celebrate their first car experience and bring their story to life. By typing in the details, the site will automatically animate the story and provides the user with a personalised video that they could share through social media channels. A flexible rendering capacity was required to support the large numbers of visitors to their state of art real-time website. VMware Powered Service Provider Bitbrains was able to provide high performance computing nodes to help with simultaneous rendering. A hybrid cloud model based on VMware technology has provided a stable basis, within the first month the website had created over 10,000 animations. Videos are prepared and presented in less than 40 seconds.

“The campaign was very successful we had about 1.3 million visitors in the two months we were tracking media to it and we never had the site crash.”

— Siddhartha Chadda, Technical Architect, Carmichael Lynch

EPFL (École Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne)

 

École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) is a Federal Institute of Technology based in Lausanne in Switzerland, they have over 9,000 students and 4,500 staff members. EPFL needed to design, implement and maintain a centralized virtual infrastructure to meet the needs of the entire school. They also needed to reduce total cost of ownership and lower power consumption. vCenter Operations has transformed the way their library storage requirements are supported enabling effective predictions for capacity and a hybrid cloud model has been adopted to provide the ability to extend their infrastructure into the public cloud. As well as a 33% reduction in TCO and 80% reduction in power consumption, EPFL have also experienced increased capacity and optimization through the effective management of their cloud infrastructure.

“We invested in vCenter Operations to support our large infrastructure of 500 VMs and 40 hosts. It has enabled us to predict capacity needs and to easily locate any performance issues.”

— Eric Krejci , Systems Specialist, EPFL
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