Royal Academy of Music Sings the Praises of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

Provided by: VMware
Topic: Virtualization
Format: PDF
The Royal Academy of Music (RAM) has an IT team of five people who are responsible for maintaining the systems which underpin all day-to-day activity. RAM needed to reduce its IT spending and the management burden of its physical IT estate, while providing more flexible ways of working for students and staff and freeing up more space for music practice and tutoring. The RAM selected VMware Horizon View and VMware vSphere to virtualize its servers and desktop PCs. The results of implementing VMware were increased time to market for new servers and applications from weeks to hours, as well as higher levels of reliability and availability and the Academy is also expecting to save around £50,000 in IT hardware costs and energy savings.

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