Transform Federal IT with Virtualization

Since 1998, VMware has worked with U.S. Federal and Department of Defense organizations to become the leading provider of virtualization and cloud infrastructure to the federal government, serving all U.S. cabinet agencies, military services and commands, plus the legislative and judicial branches. VMware meets the needs of a modern government while reducing costs and increasing resource utilization.

  • FDCCI and consolidation – Meet the requirements of the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative (FDDCI) with virtualization.
  • Cloud computing – Build an efficient, agile, elastic pool of on-demand resources.
  • Desktop and application virtualization – Deliver and manage desktops as a service. Offer remote access without compromising security.
  • Real-time situational awareness – Break past the limits of traditional databases for scalable, real-time awareness.

Are You Ready to Consolidate 40 Percent by 2015?

That's the requirement of the FDCCI. More federal IT infrastructure is consolidated on VMware than any other platform. VMware virtualization has enabled our federal customers to achieve physical to virtual server consolidation ratios from 2:1 to 12:1 and much higher, reduce associated costs and make their data center infrastructure cloud-ready.

Start the Journey to Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is changing the way federal agencies deliver and consume IT services. Put server, storage, compute and networking resources on a virtualized platform and create an efficient, agile, elastic pool of on-demand resources that make up a cloud. When ready, VMware's platform enables agencies to extend those resources to realize the best of all that cloud computing has to offer, whether private, hybrid or public.

Power Federal Employee Productivity

Deliver and manage desktops as a cloud-based service with Horizon (with View), empowering teleworkers and field-based, office-based, and remote or contractor personnel to be productive from a variety of devices, including government-furnished PCs or laptops, personal computers, thin clients and tablet computers. Telework and COOP planning are just two examples of how VMware end-user computing solutions can be used to:

  • Provide personnel with immediate and flexible access to applications and data anytime, anywhere.
  • Reduce the cost and complexity of desktop management.
  • Give IT organizations the control they need to ensure agency security and compliance.

Get Mission-Critical Operations

While the same fundamentals of IT security apply in virtual and physical environments, virtualization offers some key additional benefits for securing IT infrastructure, such as reducing the attack profile, easier isolation of contaminated infrastructure, and enhanced stability and availability. VMware has made strategic investments to earn Common Criteria/EAL 4+ Certification, as well as drafted several DISA STIGs and earned FIPS validation for various solutions.