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Banca Akros

 

Banca Akros decided to adopt VMware vSphere with Operations Management, implementing the system in the new infrastructure. The main objective of the adoption of VMware vSphere with Operations Management has been supporting the IT in the verification of the "health" of the virtualization platform to optimize the capacity and monitor the performance of the workload from a single point.

“From the outset, vSphere with Operations Management has proven itself invaluable for implementing VMware’s best practices to minimize risks and guarantee the functionality and efficiency of company systems”

— Davide Fanizzo, System Administrator, Banca Akros S.p.a.

Beaumont Hospital

 

Ireland’s Beaumont Hospital is using VMware’s vCenter Log Insight to deliver better IT services to its organisation through more efficient network usage and reduced downtime. It does this by delivering unparalleled visibility into its virtualized IT estate.

“As the hospital’s reliance on IT grew, the role of IT staff became steadily more complex. With all departments and every new project requiring some level of IT input, we realised we needed to run our infrastructure in a more efficient way. This meant investing in a solution which could offer us clear and comprehensive visibility into our server network. Using VMware vCenter Log Insight has allowed us to better track data centre trends and, as a result, make better, more informed decisions about our network to help increase efficiency and prolong the life-span of equipment. We’re also able to identify potential IT issues quicker than ever before meaning that downtime is almost non-existent and the end-user experience has improved.”

— David Kelly, ICT Virtualization Manager

Ziv Medical Center

 

Ziv Medical Center in Zefat previously had various distributed systems across the hospital and they wanted to unify them using a single solution which will be easy to manage, allow them to gain a unified view of all the systems simply and easily, and, of course, will be highly resilient. That's why they chose VMware View. The VMware view solution that they implemented at the zivMedical Center consists of two resilient storage systems that work in a cluster. This system caters for around 1,000 work stations. It's an environment that works as a 'Kiosk'. Their users enjoy a new work environment, a very fast one, with excellent response times. As a user logs in, he gets exactly what he needs. It's an environment that goes everywhere with him, it's dedicated to him - and roams with him. Doctors for example, may work in several different wards. They may finish work in one ward, log out, move to the next ward, log in - and receive a new environment that is adapted to their exact needs.

"The Ziv Medical Center in Zefat was founded roughly a century ago. It serves around 150,000 residents in the upper Galilee region, among them cities such as Karmiel, Kiryat Shmona, and Hatzor. This is the northernmost hospital in Israel and it therefore also often serves the IDF. They operate 1,000 PCs, 700 printers, and 80 servers, which are mostly VMware's. The vast majority of systems in the hospital are computerized. This includes labs, ORs, X Ray facilities, external infirmaries, hospital admissions, the trauma center and more. Our IT unit employs 11 people. One needs to understand that the systems we manage are life-supporting. These systems must be constantly up and running".

— Zion Levy, Head of IT Department, Ziv Medical Center

Delhi International Airport

 

India’s number-one airport scores another first by adopting virtual desktops, improving availability and boosting employee efficiency

“We were excited to be entrusted with the responsibility of rolling out the virtual desktop initiative at DIAL. The success of the project was a matter of prestige as well as challenge for DIAL, as it would pave the way for similar replication of technology across the group.”

— Mr IP Rao, Cheif Executive Officer

GarudaFood

 

Indonesia’s leading food and beverage company adopts an ambitious virtualization strategy to support its rapidly growing business

“Virtualizing SAP results in higher availability at a lower cost. Most importantly, it provides continuous access to the system for our users, boosting their productivity as well as our revenues. This is exactly the kind of stability our operations need.”

— Mr Eddy Sutisna, Chief of Corporate Information Technology

Singapore Press Holdings

 

Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) needed to build a digital business that could complement its print portfolio. SPH turned to VMware virtualization to run key digital properties and help it develop applications to improve the efficiency of its newspaper business.

“Deploying VMware allows us to pool our resources and provide a highly available and robust infrastructure for our business applications.”

— Ang Lian Ann, Systems Specialist

Perforce Software

 

Video montage featuring customers using vCloud Air featured during Bill Fathers keynote session at VMWorld 2014. Customers featured include SAIC, Iatric Systems and Perforce Software as they discuss how vCloud Air is changing how they do business and how they have benefited from using vCloud solution.

“The ability to have vCloud Air be a transparent extension of our VMware environment allows us to prototype new applications internally and then deploy them to vCloud Air within a push of a button.”

— David Ackerman, Director of Technology, Perforce Software

Iatric Systems

 

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”

— Shon Barrier, VP, Information Technology Services, Iatric Systems

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)

 

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.

“So we view vCloud Air and the other products within the vCloud portfolio as a platform we can leverage to create unique and compelling solutions for our customer in the cloud space. Without the flexibility of the platform, the speed of delivery of new services and the capabilities provided by the platform we would pass frankly on a lot of opportunities in the market”

— Coby Holloway, VP, Cloud Computing & Business Transformation, SAIC

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.”

— Paul Reed, Director of IT, The Waddington Group

Ark Data Centres

 

Ark Data Centres wanted to update its data centre infrastructure with a solution that could improve its resilience levels and help lower operational costs. The business virtualized its data centre environment, running vSphere across its IT estate. Ark cuts costs and increases reliability with VMware vSphere and vCenter Site Recovery Manager.

“We had been looking for a flexible and scalable data centre infrastructure for some time. We wanted something which could offer improved resilience and flexibility but at a reduced cost. Expanding physically was simply not a realistic option and with a rapidly growing customer base, it was clear that VMware’s vSphere was the best possible option for us. Since migrating to a virtualized platform, we’ve seen vast improvements to our uptime and functionality as well as a significant reduction in both operational and capital expenditure.”

— Edward Borton, IT Manager, Ark Data Centres

Telefonica Spain

 

Telefónica Global Solutions was under pressure to meet stringent SLAs, RPOs and RTOs by delivering business continuity for CSP – their mission-critical platform for leading enterprises and global organisations. VMware’s technology met all current requirements, while enabling future cloud extensibility on VMware products.

“With VMware solutions, we are able to guarantee services to our customers without compromising on performance or scalability.”

— Javier Olcoz Herrero, IT Operations Manager, Telefónica Global Solutions

Deutsche Telekom

 

Deutsche Telekom MNC realised it needed a software based solution for an improved Service Quality Management in order to ensure transparency in operator’s performance and provide high visibility for customers. They therefore decided to implement a system based on VMware’s IT Business Management Suite (ITBM).

“Our goals – higher efficiency and web-based reporting portal – could fully be reached with the implementation of VMware ITBM.”

— Dr. Frank Seyl, Business Excellence, MNC Sales and Service Deutsche Telekom MNC

Vasakronan

 

Here, Sören Sandell, CIO at Vasakronan and Marcus Lindstedt, CEO of Excanto talk about Vasakronan’s journey of moving from a traditional office environment to an activity based offices and how Excanto helped in delivering their vision. In their new environment the individual is in the center, and through smart IT solutions that build on VMware vSphere and VMware View provides its employees the freedom to work whenever they want, wherever they want and on whichever device they choose, in a simple, accessible and secure IT environment.

Oxford University

 

Oxford University is one of the oldest English speaking universities in the world. And it comprises 38 colleges and over 70 academic departments with around 21,000 students. Within the central IT services Oxford University already use vSphere and have done for a number of years. And recently moved to using vCloud Director and through the activate program with VMware moved to offering some services as a Hybrid Cloud Model to enable them to expand and use the capacity of other clouds.

Clalit Health Services

 

Clalit Health services virtualized their IT environment using VMware solutions

"I see VMware's SDDC revolution as an evolution for the infrastructure of the private cloud. today, all the subject of storage management, security and network is taking a lot of resources. If we are able to virtualize and automate these components, there is no doubt we could improve our savings and deliver a better service for our customers".

— Moshe Belker, Manager of 6 expert teams and 5 System and DBA teams

BT Global Services

 

Hear Phil Richards, CTO for BT Global Services talk about their need to focus on new technology capabilities to support their customers. BT has worked closely with VMware's Advisory Services and Professional Services Team with moving away from a legacy infrastructure to a new environment. They have not only created and modified their own internal estate, but now want to have the ability to provide their customers with a ‘software as a service’ model.

“We have moved to a modern infrastructure using VCE and BT. Next step is working out how our customers can recognise return on investment and benchmark it. We can already see the curve in a graph that basically shows return on their investment with faster to market.”

— Phil Richards, CTO for BT Global Services

Ashdod Port

 

Ashdod port is virtualized using VMware solutions

"VMware virtualization solution has brought a million and a half dollars cost savings in the past four years, when 50% cane from savings in software licenses and 50% from electricity, conditioning and hardware such as servers and switches"

— Tal Marder, management supervisor of the virtual environment and the organizational storage array in Ashdod Port

Kaneka Corporation

 

To support its global expansion, Japanese chemical manufacturer Kaneka Corporation decided to move to an integrated virtual IT infrastructure, managed via the VMware vCenter Operations Management Suite. Ongoing support from VMware consultants ensures any issues are rapidly resolved, while also helping to build the skills and knowledge of the company’s own IT staff.

"Crucially, our own staff learned from working alongside VMware Professional Services, meaning that this project greatly improved their knowledge of virtualized systems"

— Tetsuro Yabuki, Senior Manager, IT Application & Administration Team, Information Systems

The Oberoi Group

 

The luxury hotel and tourism operator needed to improve returns on its technology assets. Implementing VMware Horizon View with VMware vSphere has reduced operating costs and enabled centralized control and maintenance of desktops and servers, while enabling employees to continue providing high-quality services to guests and corporate clients

"VMware Horizon View and VMware vSphere have improved our TCO by significantly extending the life span of client terminals in our hotels, and mimimizing the carbon footprint of our datacenter and end-user computing environment"

— Ashish Khanna, Assistant Vice President Corporate IT
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