Global IT decentralization delivers IT Capacity on demand with VMware
This session will review the Harley Davidson Global IT Decentralization initiative that consolidated several global data centers down to 2 data centers in Milwaukee, WI. We will demonstrate how VMware is a core infrastructure in the provision of Windows IT server and desktop resource capacity on demand to the Harley Davidson workforce in the form of a measurable utility. We also will highlight how VMware is requested, deployed, recorded and funded by the individual Harley business units.
Technical Overview Session
Networking; Storage / Backup; VMware Infrastructure; Virtualization Platform / Hypervisor
Rob Codo( VMware,Inc. ), Rick Zimmermann( Harley-Davidson Motor Company )
Rick has a Bachelor Degree in Business from Cardinal Stritch University and a Masters Degree in Computer Science from the University of Phoenix. Both campuses are located in the Milwaukee Area.
Rob Codo is a VMware TAM located in Milwaukee, WI. Rob holds an AA in CIS from Devry, and also a BS in CIS from Regis University, both located in Denver, CO. He has over 20 years in the industry in NOC admin, software sales and Technical Account Management with Hewlett Packard and Microsoft before coming to VMware.
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