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Times Internet Ltd

 

Times Internet, the digital content delivery organisation of Times India, embarked on an aggressive Private Cloud deployment to deliver an elastic, scalable and highly reactive IT infrastructure. 3 datacentres were consolidated to two, and 800 physical servers consolidated to 100 VMs, all within months. With over 30 million unique visits every month, the Times Internet cloud brings high availability to media and content distribution.

"Two of the reasons for cloud were elasticity and scale. On Times of India if there is big news, you will see traffic growth to about 200 to 300%. At that point in time, if you didn’t have elastic infrastructure, you would have trouble in scaling that operation."

— Gautam Sinha, Chief Operating Officer & CTO

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue

 

Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue near Portland, Oregon leverages the VMware RealTime Mobile Response Solution to deliver critical information to mobile first responders and public affairs personnel.

"I would recommend VMware Horizon virtual desktop technology to other agencies facing the same challenges. The benefits that we’ve seen in administration and extending our enterprise network into the mobile and field environment have just been incredibly valuable and incredibly successful."

— April Frezza, Logistics Director, Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue

TUI InfoTec

 

TUI Infotec explain the benefits or a Technical Account Manager (TAM)

“With the TAM program we have the ability to join beta programs so we are early adopters for some of the solutions. We can then go to our business to show them how that can fit for the future and how that fits for their business.”

— Christian Rudolph, Infrastructure Architect at TUI InfoTec

Ufone

 

VMware virtualization enabled Ufone to lower datacenter costs and make resources available to business units quickly and more efficiently.

“The integration of technologies such as VMware vSphere, VMware vCloud Director and VMware vShield make this the ideal platform for our cloud computing environment.”

— Ali Ahmed Sarwar, Head – Enterprise IT Infrastructure

University of British Columbia

 

Virtualizing Oracle Database Servers Readies University of British Columbia to Achieve Infrastructure Goals

“When I talk to people about VMware virtualization, I tell them ‘don’t believe everything you think.’ We’re proving here at UBC that VMware is very viable. It works in production environments, it works for Oracle database servers, and everywhere in-between. VMware technology lets you architect a very reliable, very dynamic solution to your computing needs.”

— Michael Thorson, Director of Infrastructure

University of Greenwich

 

VMware View Improves Remote Access For Students While View Manager Increases Agility And Centralizes IT Management

“As a result of implementing VMware View we can offer a more diverse range of courses to our students and continue to be a leader in cutting edge research. Our students now have anytime, anywhere access to the resources they need to get the best university experience possible. Feedback from our students has been excellent. We have made an initial cost saving of £250,000 and expect to achieve further year-on-year savings and ROI within a year. Implementation was quick and easy, and our IT department can now spend less time on IT support issues and more on the projects which really matter to the development of our organisation.”

— Frank Razaghzadeh, Head fo IT

University of Montreal

 

University of Montreal Takes Advantage of Needed Refresh to Virtualize Desktops. Virtualization Cuts Costs, Reduces Environmental Impact, Improves Service to Students and Faculty

“We had an aging desktop infrastructure, obsolete management tools and a limited budget for renewal. Our solution goals were to simplify management, cut costs, reduce environmental impact and improve service to end users. VMware View pays off on all of these fronts.”

— Mario Therrien, Director, Office of Users Services, Information Technology and Communications Services

University of Óbuda, Neumann János Faculty of Information Technology

 

By the server and desktop side virtualisation of the educational environment, the Neumann János Faculty of IT was able to improve the efficiency of monitoring and energy consumption, therefore it is planning to continue future investments and developments in the same direction. An even higher advantage is, however, that by using virtualisation in a live environment, the teachers and students have the opportunity to acquire practical knowledge at the same time as learning theoretical studies. This includes fine tuning and optimisation of resource utilisation apart beyond the design and monitoring of virtualised environments. It is of high importance to the Neumann János Faculty of Information Technology to be able to teach state-of-the-art IT technologies not just on the theoretical level but in practice, too, because this is the precondition to provide to the students up-to-date knowledge with value on the labour market. Virtualisation occupies a distinguished place among these technologies. VMware Hungary provides all support it can in this field to the University of Óbuda in the form of professional advice, presentations and software licences.

“It is of utmost importance to us to be able to teach highly developed technologies like WMware View not only on a theoretical level but in practice, too, since this is the only way we can provide up-to-date knowledge to our students representing value on the labour market.”

— Dr. Tamás Schubert, Director, Institute of Information Systems, Neumann János Faculty of Information Technology, University of Óbuda

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.

Virtu d.o.o., NIL Group

 

Goals to be achieved through virtualization • Create, bring to market and support an EaaS service • Provide unlimited scalability, high availibility and self service provisioning • Ensure energy and cost efficiency Results achieved with VMware’s solution • Currently more than 300 workplaces supported • Sign up of the first international ISP customer • 100% customer retention over the first 2 years • Outstanding virtualization ratio at the data center: close to 600 virtual servers running on 10 physical servers • 50% more energy efficient infrastructure than any in-house data center • 10 times more energy saved on the customer side Features of the implemented VMware solution • VMware ESX • VMware vSphere 4.1 • VMware vCenter • VMware View VDI platform

“VMware is the kind of technology that makes a service like Flip IT not just possible but a success.”

— Robert Turnšek, Special Projects Director

Vitrociset Spa

 

Vitrociset Spa wanted to simplify desktop management via virtualization, enabling remote management of machines in terms of systems and applications. To offer new user services, such as portable client services, simultaneously reducing indirect costs associated with client maintenance. VMware Horizon Suite has made it possible to manage some 300 client devices, and their goal is to raise this to 600.

“Adopting VMware technology for desktop virtualization has been life-changing for us: it is an outstanding solution”.

— Massimo Salati, ICT Manager of Vitrocise

VMware VMworld

 

VMware Enables VMworld 2010 Labs on Virtualized Desktops Running in Hybrid Cloud

“By implementing our VMworld 2010 labs in a hybrid cloud environment, we demonstrated that this is a mature technology that can deliver significant value to us and to our customers. The hybrid cloud environment was robust and stable. And it gave us the automation tools, horsepower and flexibility we needed to offer more labs to more people, without requiring more support staff.”

— Dan Anderson, Principal Architect

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

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

Wesfarmers Limited

 

VMware View and VMware ThinApp enabled Wesfarmers to virtualize applications and run them in virtual desktops accessible by browser, eliminating conflicts with underlying operating systems.

“VMware has enabled us to run business-critical applications across multiple environments without conflicts, while reducing our desktop maintenance effort and improving our information security.”

— Kevin D’Sylva, Manager - Information Technology

Whatcom Community College

 

Datacenter, Desktop Virtualization Enable College to Accommodate Rising Enrollment, Shrinking Budget

“We wanted the same vendor for both server and desktop virtualization. It helps a lot with pricing, upgrades, compatibility and support. And VMware was the hands-down winner.”

— Ward Naf, IT Director

Wisconsin Department of Children and Families

 

Newly Formed State Agency Chooses Desktop Virtualization to Meet Employee Needs for Access, Mobility

“CIOs will have the best results if they give their staff the ability to come back with the toolsets that will serve them best. My team took me seriously when I asked them to find the best. They found VMware.”

— Maytee Aspuro, CIO and IT Director

Woodleigh School

 

VMware View desktop virtualization enables IT staff to rapidly deploy operating system and application updates to thin client terminals while reducing power and maintenance costs.

"We can now roll out updates to our Microsoft Windows 7 operating system and applications in only 30 minutes. If we had to do the same to desktop environments running on our previous fleet of Dell personal computers, it would have taken several hours."

— Stephen Fraser, ICT Director

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

Газпром Трансгаз Ставрополь

 

Adoption of virtualization technology seriously mitigated the administration of IT-system and many times accelerated the provisioning of corporate departments with IT resources.

“Virtualization enabled us to minimize the costs on purchasing 30 new servers and to save more than 6 billion rubles only on equipment”

— Evgeniy Turchak, Deputy Director of information management systems department
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