VMware Case Study Infographic - Edogawa

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VMware Case Study Infographic - Edogawa

  1. 1. Full visibility into virtualized environment enables quick issue resolution and significant cost savings “We used Excel to manage data about the virtual machines… but it was difficult to assess the extent of issues… There was no simple way to tell if [a problem] was due to a lack of resources or a problem with the applications. As a result, investigating the causes of performance issues took up a disproportionate amount of our time.” Takayuki Nagahama Infrastructure and Network Manager, Management and Planning Department, Information Policy Section, Edogawa City Council Though the Edogawa City Council had successfully consolidated several hundred physical servers and virtualized essential database servers with vSphere, IT staff could not accurately monitor and manage resource utilization, resulting in over-allocated computing resources. The Council used VMware vCenter Operations Manager to provide an at-a-glance visual representation of what’s happening in the whole virtual environment, assisted by the expertise of the vCenter Operations Manager Jumpstart consulting service. At-a-glance visualization of the virtual environment Edogawa City Council gained Full visualisation of virtual environments across all locations Easy and rapid fault identification and issue resolution Better resource utilisation enabling further consolidation of physical servers Spare server resources that can now be earmarked for VDI Market trends Consolidated or simplified physical infrastructure > 25% of IT professionals state they currently have no way of seeing their entire application delivery chain from end users to backend databases and storage.4 84% of IT professionals said they want to significantly improve their IT operations management.3 “Because we can now see exactly how our computing resources are being utilised, we can plan new projects more intelligently, and determine whether they need new resources, or can be provisioned by reallocating existing ones… In fact, as we replace our existing inventory with higher-spec models, we anticipate the consolidation process will result in an eightfold decrease in the size of our physical server fleet.” Takayuki Nagahama, Infrastructure and Network Manager, Management and Planning Department, Information Policy Section, Edogawa City Council The city covers 49 km2 Estimated population of 671,937 To better manage the virtual environment 1 IDG Research, 2013 - 96% of companies in the Asia-Pacific region are either in early- or mid-stage adoption of virtualization technologies; 2 IDG Research, 2013 - Virtualization in Asia-Pacific Has a Compelling Future; 3 Evolven’s 2013 IT operations OQ report; 4 APMdigest, 2013 - IT Teams Lack Real-Time Application-Level Visibility, Survey Says Edogawa City is the easternmost and largest of the 23 special wards that make up the Tokyo metropolitan area. Top three benefits respondents achieved through virtualization of technologies:2 96% of companies in the Asia-Pacific region are either in early- or mid-stage adoption of virtualization technologies.1 58% Increased business agility or flexibility 52% Improved systems or applications reliability52% To learn more about the world's leading virtualization platform with insight to IT capacity and performance, click here.

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