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Ottawa International Airport

 

Ottawa International Blazes New Trails in Virtualization Journey New Technology for a New Airport

“VMware is the mission-critical system that runs our mission-critical systems.”

— Scott Boyle, Director of Information Technology and Telecommunications

Oxford University

 

Oxford University is one of the oldest universities in the world. Their Computing Service (OUCS) needed to administer a secure database-as-a-service (DBaaS) solution to manage and share research data. VMware’s Hybrid Cloud has enabled OUCS to build a DBaaS that is shared by Oxford Colleges and other research universities. Hybrid Cloud was the only solution able to overcome security restrictions on datasets which require on-premise location. Increased data protection and improved service levels have enhanced their reputation in research excellence and now proven in production, DBaaS will now be offered as a service to all major UK research universities.

“Access to information is critical to maintain our position as the world’s top university and we needed a flexible, scalable infrastructure. After doing our own research, we decided a Hybrid Cloud as best suited to our requirements. The vCloud datacentre service combined with Colt’s pedigree in information delivery, was the natural choice for us.”

— Dr Stuart Lee, Director of IT, University of Oxford

Palo Alto Medical Foundation

 

VMware Professional Services and ISV Alliance teams help a healthcare technology leader virtualize to control datacenter growth, deliver $3+ million ROI in just 3 years, and deliver High Availability in Tier 1 clinical applications—without missing a beat.

“Application vendors understand that this has become a standard for datacenters and it’s in their best interests if they want to stay competitive to support virtualization.”

— David Maldonado, Manager, Server Engineering

PBS Engineering and Environmental

 

Watch how PBS Engineering and Environmental has bolstered their business continuity and mobility, and has already cut 40 percent in energy costs.

“vCenter Operations Manager gives me incredible insight into my cloud. It gives me direct drill down, in-depth information on every aspect of my virtual center."

— Todd Leavitt, IT Manager, PBS Engineering and Environmental

PBS Engineering and Environmental

 

PBS Engineering and Environmental Bolsters Virtualized Environment with Disaster Recovery Efforts and Cuts 40 Percent in Energy Costs

“By virtualizing with VMware and Dell, we’ve saved approximately 40 percent in our energy costs on IT infrastructure alone,”

— Todd Leavitt, IT manager, PBS Engineering and Environmental

PCMS

 

PCMS VISION BeanStore Delivers Retail Point-of- Sale Services Conveniently to Customers with VMware Virtualization

“PCMS chose VMware virtualization technologies as an optimal platform to make it easy and efficient to provide centralized POS services to retail customers conveniently in a manner that is agile, and one that can be managed effectively.”

— Paul Kaye, CTO

Peoples Bancorp Inc.

 

Peoples Bancorp Virtualizes Business-Critical Systems to Improve Application Availability, Reduce IT Costs and Streamline Backup

“Virtualizing mission-critical applications has enabled our IT organization to become more responsive to all of our lines of business. Even more important, it has improved the uptime of applications that impact our customers.”

— Steve Nulter, Senior Vice President and IT director

Perfetti Van Melle India

 

VMware server virtualization freed server capacity to support longer-term growth, minimized the maintenance task and enabled resources to be allocated to applications as needed.

“Implementing VMware has enabled us to move from running large, geographically-distributed, power-hungry servers that could not meet our longer-term business requirements to a centralized, scalable datacenter infrastructure that can easily be accommodated and maintained.”

— Basant Chaturvedi, Controller IT

PGNiG

 

Working with a Technical Account Manager reduces turnaround times for virtualization projects and delivers cost savings by eliminating the risk of poor investment decisions.

“With the VMware TAM service, we have been able to streamline the operation of our virtual infrastructure, and establish long-term plans for its development. Our Technical Account Manager has expertise and experience which are difficult to find elsewhere, and has been a valuable and trusted partner to us.”

— Łukasz Pociask, Virtualization Architect, PGNiG

Planview, Inc.

 

Discover how Planview uses vcloud Hybrid Service – Disaster Recovery to provide disaster recovery services to their customers without building, managing, and supporting their own virtual infrastructure in another location.

“With vCHS Disaster Recover, it does not require us to spend capital to build a virtual infrastructure somewhere else. We’ll be able to offer our customers significantly better RPO and RTO without any additional costs.”

— Jerry Sanchez, Vice President of Hosting Operations, Planview

Platform Lab

 

Use VMware vSphere As The Basis Of A Cloud Infrastructure That Provides Unprecedented Efficiency, Improves Customer Service—And Revolutionizes The Way You Do Business

“We realized we needed to become more effective and efficient with both our IT resources and our staff. So we decided to virtualize absolutely as much as we could on vSphere.”

— Steve Gruetter, Director

Prairie North Health Region

 

With Virtualization, Prairie North IT Delivers Cost Savings, Improved Services

“As Canada’s health regions seek to improve patient care while also controlling costs, virtualization technology is emerging as a critical IT strategy. Here at Prairie North, we’ve proven that VMware vSphere virtualization for servers, and now VMware View virtualization for desktops, can form the basis of a best-practices model to support a standardized and manageable IT infrastructure that is less costly to maintain, and improves the delivery of IT services to doctors, nurses, and other healthcare staff.”

— Trevor Derkatz, CIO

QIC

 

QIC Fails Systems Over Seamlessly and Continues Managing Client Portfolios During Brisbane Floods

“Ensuring our systems can be recovered within the timeframes set out in our disaster recovery and business continuity plans—and organising testing of those plans—is now much simpler and less time-consuming. I don’t have to organise a full weekend to test our systems—we can just do it when we need to.”

— Tony Hilton, Team Leader – Servers, Storage & Internet

Raymond James

 

VMware Technology Creates A Virtual Environment That Maximizes CPU Utilization, Reverses Server Sprawl, Minimizes Energy Usage, And Reduces Carbon Footprint

“Perhaps the biggest thing VMware is allowing us to do is to extend the life of our data center by several years. The ability to increase server utilization, reclaim floor space, and decrease power usage has been immensely valuable.”

— Bruce Philipoom, VP, Information Technology

Religare Securities

 

VMware Infrastructure Enables Religare To Run Multiple Virtual Machines On Blade Servers, Reducing Rack Space, Heating And Cooling Requirements, While Meeting Demand Fuelled By Business Growth

“VMware has enabled us to support 600,000 clients, including 50,000 who conduct trades on a daily basis, while giving us headroom to support growth fuelled by an expected increase in branch numbers to 500 across India.”

— Saurabh Srivastava, Head—Infrastructure (IT)

Repsol

 

Repsol needed to migrate its SAP application servers to a platform that allowed reduced deployment times, greater flexibility and reliability as well as cost reductions through virtualization, thereby fulfilling the company's internal policies for improving its management processes.

“Repsol has always been committed to IT innovation in order to offer the best possible service to its customers. The VMware solutions have provided flexibility, speed and solidity to the platform, and we have also been able to reduce costs thanks to improved hardware utilization”.

— Iker García Lafuente, VMware Platforms and Windows Server, Repsol

Resorts World Sentosa

 

Datacenter-to-the-desktop virtualization based on VMware technologies enables Resorts World Sentosa to meet its application development and system availability requirements in a cost effective, environmentally friendly fashion.

“The VMware Professional Services Organization worked particularly hard to generate accurate, comprehensive documentation, and share best practices and knowledge with us.”

— Manager, IT Infrastructure Development and Support

Rever

 

Revera Turns to VMware and Dell to Help Customers Reduce IT Costs While Meeting Demand.

“VMware has provided the foundation for us to diversify our product range to meet our customers’ changing demands and deliver services at increasingly competitive prices.”

— Keth Archibald, Innovation Program Manager, Revera

Revlon

 

In a short span of two years, the IT team had a profoundly positive effect on Revlon’s overall business picture, saving and avoiding more than $70.4 million dollars in expenditures. Revlon’s cloud today runs approximately 531 applications across the globe including Oracle in various flavors, Exchange 2010 and SharePoint 2010, making more than 15,000 automated moves a month. This helps keep pace with Revlon’s ever-expanding and diversified business, which reaches markets across 100 countries and six continents.

— David Giambruno, CIO

RM Asia-Pacific

 

VMware vSphere 4 Reduces Hardware Procurement And Administration Costs, While Enabling Server Resources To Be Provided For Applications And Services As Required. It Also Reduces The Cost And Time Required To Test And Develop New Applications And Secures Redundancy And Disaster Recovery.

“VMware’s ability to partition individual servers into multiple virtual machines running separate applications and operating system instances – and allow administrators to create and destroy virtual machines in minutes – made particular sense for us. We needed to create new environments regularly to support our software test and development, and we have always been an organization that runs more than one application per server.”

— Graham Hedley, Information Systems Group Leader
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