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.”
Manitoba Liquor Control Commission (MLCC)
Manitoba Liquor Control Commission Devises Agile Methodology, Wins Over Stakeholders to Virtualize JD Edwards
“Myth: No one else is doing ERP on VMware. Reality: We found many companies that have successfully virtualized ERP. The performance of our JD Edwards application on VMware vSphere is stellar.”
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR)
California State Agency Maximizes Cost Avoidance and Optimizes Disaster Recovery Plan Through Virtualization with VMware
“VMware virtualization has simplified and enhanced disaster recovery significantly by storing hardware configuration, firmware, operating system install and application install as data in just a few files on disk.”
K. Raheja Corporation deployed a virtualized environment using VMware ESX Server 4.1 with Enterprise Licenses. VMware is running on IBM System x3850 X5 server with 92 GB Memory and 6 Core x 4 Socket Processor each. The servers are virtualized and are managed through one console.
“With the help of VMware platform we have been able to achieve excellent results. The savings in Capex, Space, Power and Cooing bill, etc is noteworthy apart from the intangible benefits such as manageability, redundancy.”
VMware virtualization enabled Digiweb to ensure business continuity and recovery across its own infrastructure and virtualize customer environments so operations could continue following the earthquakes in Christchurch.
“Deploying VMware enabled us to provide robust, resilient hosting services to our customers and help them ensure business continuity following the devastating earthquakes of late 2010 and early 2011.”
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.”
Implemented VMware vSphere™ to run SAP ECC6 and the business applications that comprise the Microsoft Office server platform—Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft Office Communications Server and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server—at a centralized, co-location datacenter.
“VMware has enabled us to run our SAP enterprise resource planning systems and Microsoft Exchange Server email more cost-effectively, dynamically and reliably.”
VMware vSphere provides a dynamic, manageable and cost-effective infrastructure to run critical applications. VMware ThinApp isolates legacy applications, minimizing disruption from patching and management activities.
"Using VMware has allowed us to keep running applications based on legacy environments such as Visual Basic and Internet Explorer 6 while providing the security, resilience and performance required for critical business applications.”
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.”
Health System Improves Efficiency, Clinician Experience, Face Time with Patients by Virtualizing Desktops
“What our clinicians know is that now technology is an enabler, an integral part of care delivery. Making it easier to process information allows them to focus more directly on patient care.”
City of North Myrtle Beach
Beach uses VMware View to Provide Mobile Staff with Powerful Data Access using Virtual Desktops
“Virtualization using VMware software has been key to our ability to tackle new initiatives. From server consolidation and virtual desktops to disaster recovery, we continue to enhance our services and improve efficiency.”
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.”
World’s Largest Hosted Email Service Virtualizes Microsoft Exchange 2010 for Management Ease and Scalability
“I do not know any other company that has virtualized such a large, memory-intensive implementation of Microsoft Exchange. We have over 115,000 mailboxes on the virtualized platform and that number is growing rapidly.”
National Democratic Institute
VMware vCloud Director Helps NDI Speed Technology Delivery Within Efforts that Support Democracy
“VMware vCloud Director helps us better serve our users, including those in developing countries. We can configure virtual servers, point to URLs, and fire up applications within a matter of minutes. It’s less costly for us and less time-consuming, and because it’s a virtualized deployment, the hosting costs are also low.”
Berryessa Union School District
With VMware View, Berryessa Boosts Desktop Usability and Access—Cost-Effectively
“Before, it sometimes took weeks for us to respond to desktop support calls. Today, because we’ve implemented a VMware View virtual environment, we can resolve issues remotely. Users are back up and running within minutes.”
ClearSaleing Advanced Advertising Analytics Lets Customers Measure Their Advertising ROI with Its SaaS and Cloud-Based Tools
“Scalable and highly available cloud-based infrastructure is a necessity for our business to succeed. Partnering with VMware and Hosting.com to build and deploy solutions for our customers provides us with the flexibility we can rely on to meet rapidly changing infrastructure needs. With solutions designed for the VMware virtual platform and resources managed from Hosting.com’s public cloud infrastructure, we can rapidly provision our service and scale resources up and down based on individual customers’ seasonal or peak campaign needs.”
Leading lighting Group uses VMware vCenterTM Application Discovery Manager to gain real-time visibility and automated control of its dynamic application environment
“Using operational automation tools underpinned by real-time modelling technology from VMware has enabled us to maximize efficiency in the cloud”
School of Electronics and Info-Communications Technology - ITE College West
VMware virtualization has enabled the School of Electronics and Info-Communications Technology to deliver Microsoft SQL Server as the back end for several in-house applications, including the mission-critical student attendance system. It has also allowed students to learn about market-leading technologies and provided a platform to deliver virtual desktops.
“VMware has enabled us to achieve high availability for our operational servers such as SQL and web servers, and also allowed us to provision test environments at short notice.”
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.”
SVC is using VMware vSphere™ to run virtualization across two clusters. The first cluster of three servers supports about 20 virtual machines running head office applications. The second six-server cluster supports 15 virtual machines running the core banking application, which is accessed by about 1,000 staff.
“VMware has enabled us to move our entire core banking application onto a virtualized platform, improving the speed and management of our resources. It has also allowed us to create a cloud environment so that we can provide our core banking application to other banks as a managed service.”