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Perforce Software

 

VMware customers discuss how vCloud Air is changing the way they do business by providing them with flexibility which enables them with new innovations.

A video featuring vCloud Air customers as they discuss how VMware changes the way they do business. Customers featured include: Perforce Software, Legacy Reserves, Custom Windows System, Cloud Business, Carisbrooke Shipping, Bluefin Solutions, Iatric and Nevro Corp.

Perforce Software

 

Perforce Software enables global teams to speed development and lower cost with vCloud Air

The most innovative companies rely on Perforce to connect their teams, protect their intellectual property and support their development. Watch Perforce President and Founder Chris Seiwald discuss how vCloud Air has impacted this business. Their products are now a SaaS solution, giving their global customer base access to their intellectual property faster and more cost effectively.

“What we find is that the world is moving towards the cloud. Everybody knows that.”

“vCloud Air is unique in that it offers a virtual datacenter that can split across being on-premises and also in the cloud. And for us that is a critical factor because the way we manage our data requires some of it to be local and some of it to be centrally managed.”

— Chris Seiwald, President and Founder, Perforce Software

Perforce Software

 

Perforce Software experiences flexibility, cost savings, and faster time to market with vCloud Air

Perforce software is used to manage teams of developers and their software and hardware products across all industries. Ed Horst and David Ackerman describe the deployment and use of vCloud Air and how that benefits their global customers.

“One of the unique things about vCloud Air is their willingness to setup SLAs or guaranteed ability of that system for the ones that are running in the vCloud Air environment. That’s critical to us. It’s hugely critical to our customers. Many of them will walk away from cloud options around that issue alone.”

— Ed Horst, Vice President of Business Development, Perforce

Peter Cremer North America

 

Peter Cremer Transforms Data Storage and Business Continuity with VMware Solution

Peter Cremer North America, a global chemicals supplier, revolutionized its data storage and business continuity with services provided by Appica, a VMware partner. Built around VMware products such as VMware Virtual SAN, VMware vSphere Replication, and VMware vSphere Data Protection, the solution has enabled Peter Cremer to respond to rapid business growth. The solution also transformed the company’s IT infrastructure into a competitive differentiator that will help drive new business going forward.

“We started the project from the perspective of risk management. But we soon realized it’s actually a competitive differentiator. Our IT infrastructure is now something we can show off to customers and prospects to drive sales.”

— Steve Taylor, IT Manager, Peter Cremer North America

phoenixNAP

 

PhoenixNAP, a VMware vCloud Service Provider, Enables SureTax to Provide Secure, Highly Available Tax Calculation Services

To keep pace with rapid business growth without making a costly investment in computing hardware, SureTax engaged the Flexible Data Center Solutions platform by phoenixNAP, an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider offering cloud services based on VMware vCloud technologies. SureTax, which provides enterprises with real-time software-as-a-service tax calculations, used the private cloud and virtualized solutions to meet the privacy, performance, and high availability needs of its growing client base while realizing a rapid return on investment.

“We have the experience and skills to manage the hardware in-house. By using cloud platform solutions from VMware, we could meet the service-level, security, and privacy requirements of SureTax’s clients. And because our infrastructure is built on commodity hardware, we could pass on significant savings to the customer.”

— William Bell, Vice President of Product Development, phoenixNAP

Pivotal

 

Pivotal Software Chooses Hybrid Cloud Platform to Connect Far-Flung Global Startup

As a joint venture of EMC and VMware, Pivotal Software was created with 1,400 employees, global operations, multiple mature business units and development projects, and no shared systems or facilities. The firm’s new IT group chose to deploy its core IT infrastructure on the VMware vCloud Air platform, connecting disparate parts and providing a foundation for shared systems and services.

Pivotal Software enables the creation of modern, cloud-native software applications that leverage big data and agile development practices. The company’s products combine apps, data, and analytics on an enterprise platform as a service powered by Cloud Foundry. Launched in 2013, Pivotal is a joint venture of EMC Corporation and VMware that brings together products, open source development projects, employees, and business units from both parent companies.

“If we had followed the traditional model of building or own physical infrastructure first, it would have diverted too much time, talent, and capital from the more important tasks of building the company. We were able to spin up the core IT infrastructure for a global organization very much quickly, with a minimal IT staff.”

— Mike Culbertson, Director of IT Infrastructure and Networking, Pivotal Software

“VMware vCloud Air is elastic, has lower-cost maintenance, has quicker deployment and has a global reach. It has been a solid start. Once we were up and running, it has been pretty seamless. VMware support is excellent and we will definitely continue to expand our use of VMWare vCloud Air to run more mission-critical apps for Pivotal.”

— Christopher Curtis, Vice President IT, Pivotal

Planview, Inc.

 

Discover how Mid-Market organizations have transformed their Business Operations by implementing VMware solutions.

"We needed another way to get there because the business environment was changing, our customers were looking for new ways to deploy our software and we figured out how to do that on VMware."

— Patrick Tickle, Executive VP of Products, Planview

Planview, Inc.

 

As an early adopter of VMware vCloud Air, Planview is looking to leverage hybrid cloud capabilities to support their DR strategy.

"The vCloud Air differentiators compared to other public clouds are pretty obvious for us. One is we're based on the VMware Hypervisor. To move those workloads, that compatibility needs to be there, where they're not with other public clouds."

— Jerry Sanchez, VP Hosting Operations, Planview

Planview, Inc.

 

Two companies, Press Ganey and Planview, are using aggressive cloud-computing strategies to deliver applications better to their end users via a VMware portfolio of products.

"We have vCloud Air now, and leveraging our existing code base, and then the whole suite of VMware products and services, we have transformed the company into a cloud provider. Today, 90 percent of all our new Planview customers are SaaS customers. It's been a big transition for us, but the technology from VMware has been right in the center of making it happen."

— Patrick Tickle, Executive Vice President of Products at Planview Inc.

Planview, Inc.

 

Discover how Planview uses vCloud Air Disaster Recovery to provide disaster recovery services to their customers without building, managing, and supporting their own virtual infrastructure in another location.

“With vCloud Air Disaster Recovery, it does not require us to spend capital to build a virtual infrastructure somewhere else. We’ll be able to offer our customers significantly better RPO and RTO without any additional costs.”

— Jerry Sanchez, Vice President of Hosting Operations, Planview

Planview, Inc.

 

VMware Webcast Series: Cloud Based Disaster Recovery in Action

No business likes to be vulnerable to downtime or loss of data. However, the complexity and expense of traditional disaster recovery solutions force many businesses to make tradeoffs, and operate with only a limited or no disaster recovery plans. VMware vCloud Air Disaster Recovery introduces native cloud-based disaster recovery capabilities for VMware vSphere virtual environments. Join us for this webcast and learn how recovery-as-a-service solution is helping businesses protect their environment by using the cloud. Customers featured in this webcast include: MIT Media Lab, National Physicians Services (NPS) and Plainview.

Customer Panel:

  • Michael Bletsas, Director of Computing, MIT Media Lab
  • Bryan Graven, CEO, National Physicians Services (NPS)
  • Jerry Sanchez, CIO, Hosting Operations, Planview

VMware Moderator:
  • Nicole Kim

“vCloud Air Disaster Recovery has been cost efficient, reliable and easy to use due to existing vSphere platform.”

— Jerry Sanchez, CIO Hosting Operations, Plainview

Populous

 

Populous leverages NVIDIA GRID vGPU support for VMware Horizon® 6

Populous, international architecture and design firm, leverages VMware Horizon with NVIDIA GRID vGPU to enable its mobile workforce with 3D graphics applications.

“When you look at it from an IT manager's standpoint and keeping the lights on, I think it's going to allow us to grow as a company.”

“I think the virtualized desktop is really allowing us in IT to be looked at as thought leaders.”

— Kelby Marsh, IT Manager, Populous

Press Ganey Associates

 

Press Ganey Associates, Inc. is a recognized leader in performance improvement for health care organizations worldwide. They've implemented the VMware vCloud Suite to enhance the performance, management and efficiency of IT services they deliver to external and internal customers.

"The Vcloud suite supports our technology vision by helping us manage our service oriented architecture solutions, both dynamically and cost effectively."

— Greg Ericson, , Chief Innovation Officer, Press Ganey Associates, Inc.

Quark Software

 

Discover how Quark Software Inc. is able to better serve their customers and business partners with an IT infrastructure based on VMware.

"VMware has really propped up our ability to support our customers. We're able to use VMware solutions to build private cloud environments, in some cases, hybrid Cloud environments which allows our IT Staff to offer the business another alternative to present our Enterprise Solutions to our Customers that may or may not want to build their own infrastructure on premise"

— Mark Lawler, VP of IT and Customer Support, Quark Software Inc.

Queens University of Charlotte

 

Queens University of Charlotte and VMware vCloud Air

What began as a small college for women in 1857 has evolved into a co-ed, comprehensive, master's-level university with a commitment to liberal arts and professional studies. Today, Queens University of Charlotte in North Carolina serves approximately 2,700 undergraduate and graduate students through its six accredited schools: the College of Arts and Sciences, the McColl School of Business, the Blair College of Health (including the Presbyterian School of Nursing), the Cato School of Education, the Knight School of Communication and the Hayworth School of Graduate & Continuing Studies.

With a mission to provide a transformative educational experience and a global perspective, Queens University of Charlotte needs a platform that allows students to log in from anywhere, at any time to support its global learning and understanding initiatives—and that’s where VMware comes in.

VMware used vCloud Air to move the University’s production servers, without interruption to the domain controller for access management, ensuring Microsoft was continuously available for teachers and students to access emails. VMware vCloud Air was also used to host the University’s main website as well as a resource DNS server to be available 24/7 to alumni, prospective students, and donors.

Using vCloud Air Disaster Recovery, the University was able to host some of the apps they weren’t ready to move to the cloud like a CRM for recruiting students, fundraising servers, and other ERP systems.

“Queens University of Charlotte is growing and changing significantly with new programs and with new methods of teaching and delivering our mission to serve rather than to be served. And we require partners’ who can help us in that mission and VMWare has been one of those partners.”

— Brian Baute, Chief Information Officer (CIO), Queens University of Charlotte

Queens University of Charlotte

 

Queens University of Charlotte and VMware vCloud Air Disaster Recovery

What began as a small college for women in 1857 has evolved into a co-ed, comprehensive, master's-level university with a commitment to liberal arts and professional studies. Today, Queens University of Charlotte in North Carolina serves approximately 2,700 undergraduate and graduate students through its six accredited schools: the College of Arts and Sciences, the McColl School of Business, the Blair College of Health (including the Presbyterian School of Nursing), the Cato School of Education, the Knight School of Communication and the Hayworth School of Graduate & Continuing Studies.

With a mission to provide a transformative educational experience and a global perspective, Queens University of Charlotte needs a platform that allows students to log in from anywhere, at any time to support its global learning and understanding initiatives—and that’s where VMware comes in.

VMware used vCloud Air to move the University’s production servers, without interruption to the domain controller for access management, ensuring Microsoft was continuously available for teachers and students to access emails. VMware vCloud Air was also used to host the University’s main website as well as a resource DNS server to be available 24/7 to alumni, prospective students, and donors.

Using vCloud Air Disaster Recovery, the University was able to host some of the apps they weren’t ready to move to the cloud like a CRM for recruiting students, fundraising servers, and other ERP systems.

“VMware vCloud Air allows us to provide anytime, anywhere service for all of our faculty, staff and students in a way that they can trust and they know that it will be available no matter where they are or no matter what’s happening with our on-campus environment.”

— Brian Baute, Chief Information Officer (CIO), Queens University of Charlotte

Rent-A-Center

 

VMware vRealize Suite Transforming IT as Rent-A-Center

Learn how Rent-A-Center, a leader in the rent-to-own space in North America, uses the vRealize Suite and automation and hybrid cloud management capabilities to empower and speed infrastructure delivery to modernize their IT infrastructure and point of sale software delivery.

“Before we had these tools (vRealize Suite and NSX), it took literally dozens of people a week to get a store deployed. Just because of all the back-end changes that had to occur. With the new tools, we’re able to deploy a hundred stores a day with minimal staff.

In addition to the time savings, with the use of the infrastructure tools that come with the vCloud Suite, we have an 85% (improvement) in infrastructure utilization, in time to deploy, in disk space utilization… it’s just been a tremendous savings in every dimension.”

— Michael Conroy, Senior Infrastructure Architect, Rent-A-Center

Rent-A-Center

 

Rent-A-Center powers critical transformation on VMware

Rent-A-Center is the largest rent-to-own operator in the United States offering high quality durable products such as major consumer electronics, appliances, computers, and furniture and accessories under flexible rental purchase agreements that typically allow the customer to obtain ownership of the merchandise at the conclusion of an agreed-upon rental period. Rent-A-Center operates stores across the US, Canada, and Mexico. Their rental purchase agreements are designed to appeal to a wide variety of customers by allowing them to obtain merchandise that they might otherwise be unable to obtain due to insufficient cash resources or a lack of access to credit. With thousands of stores nationwide, they rely on their technology partnership with VMware to help with growth of their IT infrastructure while addressing compliance challenges efficiently. Their Infrastructure has tripled in 18 months. Growth through acquisition has brought together varied technology that VMware’s solutions help work together. They also recently moved their Point of Sale system from on premise servers hosted in stores to a virtual machine in their corporate datacenter. VMware automation tools provide a consistent, efficient experience for that infrastructure. Today, Rent-A-Center has a push button catalog of items to deploy new applications and systems quickly and with few staff.

“With the new tools, we are able to deploy a hundred stores a day with minimal staff.”

— Michael Conroy, Senior Infrastructure Architect, Rent-A-Center

SAIC - (Science Applications International Corporation)

 

This video montage, which aired during Bill Fathers keynote session at VMworld 2014, features customers using vCloud Air. SAIC, Iatric Systems and Perforce Software discusses how VMware vCloud Air is changing the way they do business and how they have benefited.

“So we view vCloud Air and the other products within the vCloud portfolio as a platform we can leverage to create unique and compelling solutions for our customer in the cloud space. Without the flexibility of the platform, the speed of delivery of new services and the capabilities provided by the platform we would pass frankly on a lot of opportunities in the market.”

— Coby Holloway, Vice President and Service Line Director of Cloud Computing Technologies and Business Transformation Services, SAIC

SAIC - (Science Applications International Corporation)

 

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) is a McLean, Virginia–based systems integrator providing full life cycle services and solutions in the technical, engineering, and enterprise information technology markets. SAIC’s primary customer is the United States government, but its 13,000 employees also deliver systems engineering and integration offerings for large-scale government and commercial projects across the globe. SAIC prides it-self on delivering effective, competitive technology services and solutions to its clients. With VMware vCloud Government Services provided by Carpathia, SAIC has been able to address most of the security concerns for most of their clients which has enabled them to offer hybrid cloud services to the government.

“We see vCloud Government Services as being almost a perfect platform for delivering enterprise IT that is inclusive of cloud but recognizes that there’s a much broader set of services that have to be delivered in the IT portfolio.”

— Coby Holloway, Vice President and Service Line Director of Cloud Computing Technologies and Business Transformation Services, SAIC
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