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We primarily use the solution for service enablement applications. Those are the applications running there.
The version we use is not updated. The solution allows us to manage multiple VMware in a single, vCenter, console. It is very useful.
We are a healthcare establishment. The main essence here is the 24X7X365 availability. This was possible due to virtualization. The best-suited candidate for the virtualization was VMware as the technical resources are easily available in the market. The Virtualization standards offered by VMware are defacto industry norms. This enabled us to have better resiliency and dynamic fail-over cluster for our application server and the databases. Using the virtualizes such as VMware, we achieved HPE SimpliVity Snapshot performance due to the capabilities of vCenter deployment.
We recently deployed a SAN in our office and the servers deploy on vCenter Orchestrator. We also have a wireless deployment for different controllers, and we have many ERD solutions in our office that are hosted on VMware technology. Many of our older, physical servers are being converted into VMs, and then we use vCenter Orchestrator with them as well.
I am using this solution as a test for a future project.
I primarily use the solution to run my monitoring tools. For the universities I work with, the primary use is to run everything and anything.
I have used this solution through all of the generations from 4.1, 5, 5.1, 5.5, 6, 6.5, and 6.7. Our primary use case was for the deployment of a virtual machine with a specific naming convention. I have my own naming convention for applications such as Active Directory. The deployment model depends on the environment. For VMware, I have only used it in private cloud deployments. In Asia, it is a public cloud using Microsoft Azure.
For the deployment, we start with the VR Automation, it's part of it.
We primarily use this solution for automation. We have an on-premises deployment, and we do not plan on using the cloud.
We use the on-premise deployment model. vCenter is our primary resource for all our U.S. Enterprises. It's the central place for the VMs we are using as our servers.
We primarily use the solution to try to make use of it on a couple of workflows, as well as deployment, and packages.
The solution is a cluster of servers which is managed by the vCenter cluster manager or vCenter Orchestrator. It controls workflows for us.
We are a software IT provider. I work with vCenter. We use it for our clients. It's for customers and our customers who use VMware products. We are the implementation engineers. Most of our clients work with the traditional data counter. Our primary use case of this solution is for virtualization management, so virtualizing the infrastructure, and optimizing IT workload.
We use this solution for creating workflows, and we have a public-cloud deployment. We are a cloud service provider. We have the ability to do custom workflows for our customers, but none of our customers are using workflows right now.
We use it for segmentation and the isolation of tenants.
Primary use would be consolidation into a smaller footprint and its performance is pretty good.
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