Total Oil India
Implementing VMware enabled Total Oil India to deploy business-critical applications in individual virtual machines, several of which could run on one physical server.
“Deploying VMware has enabled us to support the expansion plan driven by Total France that required all affiliates to adhere to the same standards. During this program, we had to deploy additional servers and VMware virtualization enabled us to do so while saving Rs 10 lakh in hardware costs and cutting power and cooling costs by 10 percent.”
Transit Authority of River City (TARC)
Transit Authority Uses Virtualization To Keep Things Moving
“Selecting Intel based hardware for our VMware virtualization solution was a wise decision. The number of cores running on each processor gives us all the processing power we need to run our critical transit applications.”
VMware vSphere 4 Provides A Virtualization Platform That Increases Scalability, Availability, And Manageability Of IT Infrastructure
“We’ve already saved $2.1 million dollars since moving to VMware vSphere, and expect to see these savings grow over the next few years. We’ve consolidated our servers at a 20:1 ratio, significantly reducing hardware costs. We’ve saved energy and space. We’ve even saved time because VMware technology has eliminated the extra time, steps, and costs of procuring and provisioning physical servers. From an operational and capital expense standpoint, going with VMware vSphere made a lot more sense.”
TRW Turned To VMware Virtualization To Reduce Its Server Footprint And Save On Power And Cooling Costs Under A Company-Wide 'Green IT' Initiative
"Without virtualisation, we would have had to purchase more UPS systems, server racks and cooling units in our datacenters".
VMware Is The Business Solution Driving TTX Agility
“As a leader in cloud computing, VMware is enhancing the ability of companies like TTX to achieve our business goals. We can be more flexible and agile, and leverage our technology to swiftly respond to changing business conditions or emerging business needs. VMware is much more than a technology solution—it is a business solution.”
Tullow Pakistan (Developments) Ltd
VMware server virtualization software enabled Tullow Pakistan (Developments) Ltd to cut costs in its Islamabad datacenter by 50 percent, reduce power consumption, provision new virtual servers in minutes to support test and development requirements, and run production applications.
“We had 25 physical servers, which cost up to US$5,000 each. Now we are running two servers at about US$8,500 each with storage and VMware software licenses for about half the previous cost.”
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.”
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.”
University of Derby
The University of Derby wanted technology to improve the running of its IT estate, including its business critical applications running Oracle Databases. Having virtualized a number of smaller applications to start with by early 2012, the University of Derby decided to move its Oracle PeopleSoft applications across to its virtual infrastructure to help increase the efficiency and agility of services.
“We virtualised our most critical business applications with VMware and completely rely on it to keep them agile. We started virtualizing with VMware to save costs, but now it has become an absolutely crucial technology to support our current and future IT infrastructure”
University of Illinois
The University of Illinois identifies and solves issues with VMware vFabric tc Server. The University of Illinois is the premier public university in the state, operating campuses in Chicago, Springfield and Urbana Champaign.
“tc Server helps us reduce the number of potential problem sources and focus on the areas where the issue might exist, saving us hours on troubleshooting a problem.”
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.”
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.”
Discover how V3 Systems delivers a game-changing innovation: V3 drop-in Appliances for managing single or multiple sets of 50-400 virtual desktops that perform 2-8 times faster than physical desktops.
“The V3 Appliance enables organizations to fulfill the promise of desktop virtualization to streamline IT, increase agility and enhance worker productivity.”
Vertex Software Pvt Ltd
Implement VMware vSphere 4 To Partition Five Physical Servers Into More Than 100 Virtual Machines, Reducing Power And Cooling Costs, Cutting Datacenter Real Estate Requirements And Enabling Management From A Central Console.
“Implementing VMware virtualization has enabled us to consolidate our test and development hardware from 100 desktop-class machines to five physical servers partitioned into 100-plus virtual machines managed from a central console. We have now cut our datacenter needs and handed valuable real estate back to the business, improved the speed and reliability of our testing processes and freed IT team members to focus on strategic business improvement projects.”
With Vir3, SMB customers for the first time have access to a datacenter virtualization solution based on industry-leading VMware software and the expertise of SynchroNet.
“It was apparent that VSA was a game changer that would allow small and medium businesses to virtualize in a cost-effective manner.”
Virginia Community College System (VCCS)
Yes, Virginia, There Is A Way To Reduce Power And Cooling In Your Data Center
"VMware is definitely a leader in the virtualization space, and we think Intel is right on the money with the chipsets they're developing for virtual environments."
Using VMware vCloud Technology, Virtacore Empowers Customers to Maximize Value of Cloud Computing
“VMware vCloud technology allows our customers to seamlessly migrate workloads to and from the public and private cloud, without having to reload data, change IP addresses or deal with domain name server issues.”
Vlingo Meets Critical Service-Level Agreements (SLAs) with VMware vFabric Hyperic. Vlingo, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is the inventor of the mobile phone voice user interface.
“Hyperic helps us meet the SLAs and allows us to be more competitive. Our senior executives are more comfortable writing customer contracts with strong SLAs because we have Hyperic watching the environment and alerting us when there are problems.”
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.”
Westpac Institutional Bank
The new virtualized infrastructure eliminates 20 individual servers and several storage devices.
We take comfort in the hardware resiliency Stratus provides, and the software resiliency of VMware