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  • In 2009, VMware created the “Journey” framework, based on what we learned from extensive global customer research, to reflect how our customers progressively evolve their IT infrastructures from traditional physical environments to more agile, efficient, virtualized and cloud environments. In Phase 1 of the Journey, customers leverage virtualization to reduce CapEx by consolidating existing server hardware investments, abstracting and poolinghardware resources with software to use them more efficiently across the data center.In Phase 2, customers reduce OpEx by applying virtualization across the data center, including business-critical applications, achieving a more optimized operational model with automation and higher degrees of management.And in Phase 3, continued use of automation, the introduction of self-service, on-demand, policy-driven capabilities, and the evolution of core processes enable IT to achieve an IT as a service model, resulting in further OpEx reductions and increased IT agility.As we’ve been testing and talking to our customers over time, we’ve been monitoring their progress against this Journey.Perhaps the best metric that we’ve used for the early parts of this Journey have been how virtualized new workloads are. The most recent IDC data published in February 2013 is a good monitor of the progress that we’re making. In 2008 47% of new apps were being virtualized.In2012, 71% of new applications were being virtualized. Our vision is to reach100%
  • The ROI for customers on the Journey is striking,both in CapEx and OpEx.VMware’s virtualization platform is proven to deliver the lowest TCO. TCO studies prove that virtualizing with VMware software costs less than with the competition (see http://www.vmware.com/getthefacts/microsoft/vmware-deliversgreater-value.html). VMware solutions optimize hardware utilization, provide superior management and policy-based automation, and enable a highly available and resilient infrastructure that minimizes downtime and its resulting impact. By freeing your resources to innovate for the business and drive growth, while also providing the most capable platform for your cloud initiatives, VMware delivers unparalleled efficiency, with lower cost and greater business value than any other virtualization solution.

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  • 1. Confidential © 2012 VMware Inc. and Performance Methods Inc. All rights reserved Can Software Eat Your IT Problems? Doug Bourgeois, Vice President, Chief Cloud Executive, Vmware US Public Sector Lowering the Cost of Government with IT August 22, 2013
  • 2. 2 Confidential © 2013 VMware Inc. All rights reserved Federal Government IT Environment Cloud First  Migrate or Consume 3 Cloud Services Data Center Consolidation  Reduce Federal Data Centers by 800 The Problem is Cost and Complexity Shared First  Agencies to Share IT Services Digital Government Initiative  Transition to mobile technologies “Software Defined” supports each initiative Cost Reductions and Efficiency  Establishing a “more with less” culture
  • 3. 3 Confidential © 2013 VMware Inc. All rights reserved 3 “I have not failed, I have just found 10,000 ways that don’t work.” — Thomas Edison Fail Fast and Fail Forward  Rapid Prototyping as a “Fail Fast” Strategy • No capital investment • Extremely fast to build • Very low cost – pay for what you use • Low risk to learn • If at first you don’t succeed, try and try again!
  • 4. 4 Confidential © 2013 VMware Inc. All rights reserved 4 “If I had asked customers, we would have built faster horses.” — Henry Ford Focus on the End Game  Closing the Gap between IT and Programs • Customers don’t always know • Requirements will change • Iterative development • Maximize points of validation • Lower risks and costs
  • 5. 5 Confidential © 2013 VMware Inc. All rights reserved 5 Fast Cycle Everything “The only remaining competitive advantage is speed to market.” — Rollin Ford, CIO Wal-Mart  Maximizing Value to Citizens • Software defined data centers • Acquisition modernization • Evolve the role of the CIO • Transition to operations expense
  • 6. 6 Confidential © 2013 VMware Inc. All rights reserved Transformation Journey Across the IT Industry CapEx Savings Through Consolidation OpEx Saving Through Automation Game Change Through IT as a Service IT Production Business Production IT as a Service Cloud Virtualization Consolidate Automate Broker *Source: IDC 2012 Virtualization and the Cloud MCS 2008 47% New Apps* 2012 71% New Apps* Goal 99+%
  • 7. 7 Confidential © 2013 VMware Inc. All rights reserved The Journey to Software Defined Delivers Real ROI CapEx Savings thru Consolidation OpEx Saving thru Automation Game Change thru IT as a Service IT Production Business Production IT as a Service Cloud Virtualization Abstract. Pool. Automate. Empower. IT Labor Costs Tier 1 App Downtime Hardware Maintenance Time to Build & Provision New Apps 1/2 1/2 40% 1/3 Source: VMware Customer Survey February 2013