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Dreher Sörgyárak Zrt.

 

Dreher used VMware ESX 3.5 to virtualize its server environment, and now upgrades it to vSphere 4.1 Version The benefits from the flexibility of the VMware environment have a noticeable effect on the performance of every day operation tasks: for example, using vMotion they can easily reshuffle the virtual machines between the hosts, and literally the business department does not even notice if any of the physical machines is shut down for maintenance. With VMware tools, 70 to 80 percent of the operation tasks can be managed in-house, with unchanged staff numbers, which leads to significant cost savings. Since 2009 Dreher Sörgyárak Zrt. switched to 24-hour operation, for which the continuous availability too was easier to maintain by using a VMware based server environment.

"Compared to our former costs of operation, the total cost of our virtualization project including the price of the new hardware and the license fees, was recovered in 18 months.".

— Ferenc Schüszterl, IT Services Manager, Dreher Sörgyárak Zrt.

SAP AG

 

SAP details how levering VMware has helped them stay ahead of competition – and a strategic partner with their own customers. Video from the 10/20/2011 Keynote at VMworld in Copenhagen.

“We have a very good strategic relationship with VMWare – and with operational support, that’s necessary with challenges often more complex than in traditional settings.”

— Dr. Wolfgang Krips, SVP of Global Infrastructure

SAP AG

 

In this extended edition of their introduction video during the VMware 2011 keynote presentation in Copenhagen, SAP provides additional details on how VMware has helped them stay ahead of competition – and a strategic partner with their own customers.

“We have a very good strategic relationship with VMWare – and with operational support, that’s necessary with challenges often more complex than in traditional settings.”

— Dr. Wolfgang Krips, SVP of Global Infrastructure

Ducati

 

Ducati describes how levering VMware technology has helped their IT out-perform their larger competitors. Video from the 10/20/2011 Keynote at VMworld in Copenhagen.

“VMware has never failed us. We have grown in terms of demands and requirements, and VMware has grown in capabilities and ability to support us.”

— Daniel Bellini, CIO

Ducati

 

In this extended edition of their introduction video during the VMware 2011 keynote presentation in Copenhagen, Ducati provides additional description on how levering VMware technology has helped their IT out-perform their larger competitors.

“VMware has never failed us. We have grown in terms of demands and requirements, and VMware has grown in capabilities and ability to support us.”

— Daniel Bellini, CIO

St. Francis Health–Mooresville Surgery Center

 

With VMware Private Cloud Hosted by Solutions Healthcare, St. Francis Mooresville Drives Cost Efficiencies of Business-Critical Billing Application

“A VMware virtual cloud was an easy decision. Not only did it eliminate any up-front hardware capital costs, it also gave us more horsepower, redundancy and data security.”

— Keith Jewell, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

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.”

Greenbrier Companies

 

Leading Transportation Equipment and Services Company Virtualizes Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Dynamics AX

“After five years of successful datacenter virtualization, we knew that virtualizing our upgrade to Microsoft SharePoint 2010 would deliver high availability, lower cost and greater business agility.”

— Larry Bates, Senior Server Administrator

Medical Center of Central Georgia

 

Hospital Consolidates Datacenter Servers and Security for Compliance, Autofailover and Cost Reduction

“With VMware, we were not only able to consolidate our servers, but we gained built-in redundancy and failover in the event of any server. Along with failover, Trend Micro security has been key for increasing our confidence in the ability to avoid disruptions to patient-critical services.”

— Ty Smallwood, Information Services Security Officer

University of Malaya ICT and CSR Cluster

 

VMware vSphere enables the University of Malaya’s ICT and Computational Science Research Cluster to consolidate its server fleet, improve the return on its hardware investments, reduce its IT management load, and implement cloud computing.

“System administrators can create virtual machines within 30 minutes rather than wait months for new physical servers to be ordered and delivered.”

— Dr Teck Chaw Ling, Associate Professor, Dean, ICT and Computational Science Research Cluster

Camberwell Grammar School

 

VMware View enables Camberwell Grammar School to centralize its desktop management, reducing the time required to upgrade applications and deploy new ones

“VMware View has greatly reduced the time required to make new or upgraded applications accessible to students and staff.”

— John Weymouth, IT Manager

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.”

— Filipus Suwarno, IT Division Head

Vodacom

 

Vodacom chooses VMware to deliver cloud services

“We are lowering the cost and barriers to entry, and allowing our customers to focus on their core business and competency areas and not worry about management of the desktops within the company. We are laying down the value chain and positioning for uptake in our markets, especially in the SME sector. We believe an education process is essential to facilitate adoption of the technology and predict it will gather momentum over the next 12 months”

— Richard Vester, Executive Head Hosted Services “in the Cloud”, Vodacom Business Services

Intransa

 

OEM Partner Intransa Bundles VMware Solutions to Provide End Users with Best-in-Class Video Surveillance Systems and Services

“Using the VMware product suite, we can give integrators the availability and configuration their customers need to meet the business requirements of mission-critical surveillance systems.”

— Dr. Manqing Liu, Senior Director, Interoperability and Performance Science

Global Washington

 

Global Washington Helps Members Alleviate Poverty with the Help of Esri’s Mapping Solution and VMware Cloud

“With the help of Esri, VMware and BlueLock, we’re leveraging cloud technology to help our members increase the visibility of their activities and advocate more effectively for the causes they support.”

— Bookda Gheisar, Executive Director

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. “

— Jason Brames, Assistant Director of Technology

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

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

Seven Corners

 

Seven Corners is a travel insurance company that is on the way to realizing $900,000 in ROI from their private cloud, deployed by Netech utilizing VMware, Cisco and NetApp’s FlexPod solution.

“Kudos to Cisco, NetApp, VMware, and Nettech for getting it done. It used to take six to eight hours to run. Afterwards I had one of the owners who run some of his own reports come into my office and ask if we had been using black magic, because the report was printing before his hand was off the mouse.”

— George Reed, CIO

Lone Star College

 

Lone Star College, in partnership with VMware, Cisco and EMC, deploys a private cloud to accommodate growth, going from 5% utility virtualization to 93% in eighteen months. In three years, their student population grew from 63,000 to 100,000, yet IT Services seamlessly accommodated that growth with no change in customer experience.

“We had six hundred thousand dollars in cap ex savings. So, in the end, we've been able to refresh the infra structure, take it to a level of high availability. “

— Link Alander, Vice-Chancellor of Technology Services
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