Amway Uses VMware Infrastructure To Consolidate Hosts While Improving The Reliability And Manageability Of Its Technology Infrastructure, Both At Its Headquarters And Remote Offices Worldwide
“Besides server consolidation, I think the biggest advantage we get from VMware technology is in the area of disaster recovery. About two years ago we made a strategic decision to virtualize everything on our disaster-recovery source list, for instance, Tier 1 applications like EMC Documentum. We’ve identified virtualization as the key enabler to protect our most important applications.”
VMware View with PCoIP Protocol Enables Amway to Aggregate Americas Operations for Economies of Scale End Users in Costa Rica Gain High-Performance Access to Michigan Datacenter over WAN
“VMware View with PCoIP protocol delivers a LAN-like end-user experience to employees in Costa Rica accessing datacenter resources in Michigan.”
Anonymous Food Safety Agency
Government Organization Boosts Safety Development Efforts with Innovative Test and Development Datacenter
“The VMware vCloud Director infrastructure we’ve designed for our test and development datacenter lets us automate provisioning to create secure replicas of our production systems for use by our development engineers. It truly demonstrates that the future is today.”
Aprimo maintains competitive edge by providing customers SaaS options. Cloud platform enables right-sized environment to meet customer demand; flexibility offers first-to-market potential for products; delivering services to a larger customer base with relatively less substantial costs.
“VMware makes it incredibly easy to implement a cloud environment and gives us a competitive advantage.”
VMware Infrastructure Reduced Application Deployment Time, Improved Availability And Enabled Remote Management.
“Our mantra was flexibility, flexibility and flexibility. VMware virtual infrastructure allows us to rapidly deploy highly critical new services and applications while managing the entire infrastructure remotely. VMware was a perfect fit for us.”
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.”
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"
Atea chose VMware Socialcast to support bold new business targets and connect 6,500 employees across the Nordic region The implementation of SocialCast supports Atea’s aggressive growth strategy by making sure that their 6,500 employees can easily connect and learn, leveraging not only people skills but the organisation as a whole. It no longer matters which of the seven countries the employees are based or on what device they chose to work on.
“This is a completely different type of environment compared to the intranets which companies have been struggling with over the last couple of decades. Socialcast taps into peoples’ natural curiosity and need to communicate in a plain yet powerful way.”
VMware vSphere 4 Enables Consolidation Of Physical Hardware To Eradicate Server Sprawl And Lower Power And Cooling Costs While Offering Scalability, Performance And High Availability.
“Running VMware vSphere 4 on a powerful hardware platform gives us the scalability to support our ambitious growth plans and create a private cloud that enables us to deliver our infrastructure resources as services to the business as and when required.”
Virtual IT Platform foundation for faster growth at Audionova
VMware vSOM enables Audionova to make optimum use of its virtual platform and quickly adapt to new requirements. The company also uses VMware Horizon Mirage to roll out upgrades and new software to its 1,300 shops across Europe. Audionova now has a full understanding of its virtual environment and can therefore respond quickly to new developments. In addition to providing extra effciency, this approach also yields significant savings on hardware and management costs. Despite this central IT approach, the company is able to roll out software and updates for all of its shops in Europe in one go. This means that everyone within the organization is working with the latest version and that customers can rest assured the hearing tests are reliable and that their hearing aids are always optimally configured.
Australian Bureau of Statistics
VMware Virtualization Reduces Datacenter Costs While Enhancing Manageability And Performance.
“Deploying VMware has enabled us to eliminate the two-month delays that our business clients often experienced before gaining access to a piece of testing hardware, while ensuring we can optimize performance for databases and applications.”
Australian Catholic University
VMware virtualization has enabled ACU to consolidate its physical server fleet, reducing costs and improving manageability. ACU also gained a platform on which to build its cloud computing capability.
“VMware has given us a lot of flexibility and the confidence that we can move to our disaster recovery environment when we need to. We have also saved on time, effort, procurement and energy costs and can now quickly deploy new virtual servers to meet our business needs.”
Avon Community Schools
Virtualized desktops at Avon Community Schools spur use of ‘Bring Your Own Device’, allowing Always-On access to education resources. VMware partner Technology Integration Group (TIG) provides expertise in optimizing their environment.
“We’ll be looking at certainly over 50 percent next year, hopefully approaching 60-65 percent of our students bringing their own devices. When you consider that that is approximately 400 devices that the school district did not need to invest in, that’s a significant saving for us. “
B. Braun Medical Kft.
B. Braun develop, manufacture, and sell premium category healthcare products, and their dialysis centers provide mission-critical healthcare services, so the IT services at the company that support the operation must meet very stringent requirements. Their server environment, virtualized and made disaster-resistant using VMware, enables them to meet business requirements at all times, and in a cost-efficient manner.
"In order to maintain the level of quality expected in healthcare, we use best-in-class hardware and software solutions. Hence when we decided to use server virtualization, VMware was the obvious choice."
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”
Bank Al Bilad
In this video, Rene Van Den Bedem, CIO Advisor at Bank Al Bilad explains how the Saudi Arabian bank worked with VMware to virtualise its tier one, two and three workloads, doubling its working capabilities and allowing it to operate with more agility and better cost efficiencies. Rene also outlines the benefits the company has seen since joining the VMware Technical Account Management Program, which has up-skilled the IT department.
VMware virtualization enables Bank Andara to provide reliable services to its clients while lowering costs and responding quickly to business demands.
We selected VMware after evaluating alternative virtualization offerings. We were impressed that the product had been in the market and actively developed for more than five years, and that it.
Based in Beirut, Bank Audi is the leading commercial bank in Lebanon and one of the fastest growing banks in the region. With a sizable presence in Egypt, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Jordan, France, and Switzerland, Bank Audi offers a full range of products and services that cover commercial and corporate banking, retail and individual banking, on-line brokerage, private banking, and investment banking. Danny Dagher, CIO of Bank Audi talks about the IT challenges the bank faced prior to its IT transformation project. They wanted to be able to treat IT as a business, to enable the bank to grow, but to support continued growth and a diversifying mix of customers and banking services required greater agility. Their IT transformation happened in 2 phases, phase one was infrastructure transformation via virtualization and cloud automation and phase two was expansion of their virtualization and additional automated cloud operations capabilities. IT is now able to serve as a true service broker for business initiatives and has become a revenue generating entity.
“Our service delivery model now incorporates the key strategic elements from VMware. We can run our own business more efficiently, so we can help our constituents run their businesses more efficiently, with transparency over their costs and revenues. They can now accelerate their business initiatives, from launching new products to improving productivity.”
Bank Audi Bridges the Business/IT Gap with Help from VMware Professional Services. Business leaders sometimes see IT as a “black box”—a dauntingly complex function that is supposed to serve business objectives but often has its own agenda. And IT leaders sometimes find business goals to be disconnected from the realities of limited resources, budget, and staff. However, working closely with VMware Professional Services, Bank Audi found a way to bridge the gap between business and IT and create new business advantages.
“We definitely feel that we have a trusted relationship with VMware to start a long term journey to the bank we’re aspiring to build.”
Bank OCBC NISP
VMware virtualization enabled Bank OCBC NISP to increase productivity and customer satisfaction by significantly improving the reliability of core banking system updates. It also helped the institution consolidate its physical server fleet and maintain application availability and performance while reducing costs.
“We are no longer affected by network or electricity issues and our entire branch network opens every day without interruption.”