Global IT services company DXC Technology has been a VMware partner for over 15 years. A technology powerhouse, DXC has more than 250 customers in the Fortune 500 and more than 1,000 joint customers with VMware worldwide. Its customers span financial services, insurance, manufacturing, public sector, and many other industries. The company continues to grow, earning recognition as one of Forbes World’s Best Employers just last year.
A notable component of the company’s success is its investment in developing deep expertise in VMware technology and joint solutions with VMware. DXC has a strong reputation based on its longstanding ability to design, build, deliver, and support digital business solutions built on VMware technology.
To strengthen the partnership, DXC formed the DXC VMware Practice, a joint initiative between the two companies designed to deliver expert services for developing and delivering joint solutions with VMware. DXC fields a team of more than 40 experts who work in the VMware practice and have unparalleled access to VMware resources. While both DXC and VMware win with this partnership, the ultimate winners are the customers, who gain superior customer experiences and accelerated business outcomes.
It’s no coincidence that the differentiated services offered by the DXC VMware Practice align with VMware’s strategic priorities—multi-cloud, modern apps, intrinsic security, virtual cloud network, and anywhere workplace. The two companies work together to maintain this alignment and build synergies as they bring their growing list of joint solutions to market.
DXC has also launched two “zones” to showcase VMware-powered solutions, prove out the value of those solutions, and provide hands-on training. Its Innovation Zone delivers proof-of-concept (POC) environments to build and test solutions based on customer requirements. This zone drives innovative use cases that solve complex business problems while providing hands-on training to DXC and VMware developers and solution specialists. In its Customer Excellence Zone, DXC delivers compelling live demonstrations of its advanced solutions powered by VMware to customers who want to see and experiment with the solutions in real time.
Companies are moving to a multi-cloud environment, a trend likely to continue for many years. A recent survey found that 75 percent of companies already use two or more public clouds and 40 percent are looking at using three or more. When moving to this environment, companies have made two things clear: They want to avoid vendor lock-in, and they want to adopt and innovate on the best of the best services that cloud providers offer in a cloud environment built for their individual needs.
Companies also want to ensure uninterrupted operations and access to the latest advances as they shift to the cloud. That’s where DXC really shines. With its unique Cloud Right strategy, DXC sets up its customers to consistently manage and govern their cloud environments across public, private, and hybrid clouds. In the past year alone, the VMware partner migrated 65,000 client workloads to the cloud.
DXC’s Cloud Right approach helps companies shift to multi-cloud environments with a growing list of joint offerings with VMware, including Managed Services for VMware Cloud on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Managed Multicloud Services powered by VMware, Virtual Private Cloud, and Managed Midrange Services. These services rely on a host of VMware technologies, ranging from VMware Cloud on AWS to VMware vRealize technologies, VMware Site Recovery Manager, VMware Cloud Foundation, and others.
DXC’s investment in VMware expertise and services is paying off over the long term with its customers. For example, Lotte, Japan’s leading confectionary manufacturer, has worked with DXC for more than 20 years. Learn DXC’s recent work with this leading company in the customer story, Lotte’s cloud strategy sweetened the employee experience and increased agility.
DXC also plays a trusted advisor role with Alstom, a global player in the railway sector that produces rail traffic management systems. The company turned to DXC to create a digital mockup of its proposed traffic management system for the city of Amsterdam. Learn more about this project in the customer story, Alstom sets digital clone on the right track.
DXC and VMware want to work together to provide their joint customers multi-cloud environments that support developer autonomy and DevSecOps security, while delivering enterprise apps on any cloud with full control and cost savings. Both companies also want to give employees anywhere, anytime access to critical apps in highly secure envrionments. With VMware solutions designed, implemented, and managed by DXC, businesses can have it all.
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