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NSX Customer Success Story with Vallejo Sanitation

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Start Date:4/27/2017

Start Time:11:00 AM PDT

Duration:45 minutes

Abstract:

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 Moving to the next level of the SDDC - a Public Agency transforms security with VMware NSX, AirWatch Blue, and Palo Alto Networks integration

 

 Vallejo Sanitation and Flood Control District, located in California, has moved to the next level of virtualization with VMware NSX. Join us to see how they have ventured into network virtualization to transform their physical network into the logical realm with integration of VMware NSX, AirWatch, and Palo Alto Networks.

 
 “It was a journey to get where we are today and we will discuss our deployment, pain points and the overall success. With VMware NSX, AirWatch, and Palo Alto Networks integration, the sky is the limit for what can now be designed with less provisioning time and access to a suite of virtual core network services. See how VMware NSX, AirWatch and Palo Alto Networks has changed the way our organization thinks and gets the job done!” – Vallejo Sanitation and Flood Control District

 

 You will learn:

  •  Why you should move your network infrastructure into the Virtual World
  • Process and integration of AirWatch and Palo Alto Networks VM series firewalls
  • Deployment, pain points and overall success
Enable networking and security at the speed of software while building datacenter agility with network virtualization on industry standard Intel® Xeon® processor based server architecture

SPEAKERS

Christopher Campbell

Director
Solutions Product Marketing
VMware

Christopher is Director of Solutions Product Marketing at VMware, where he leads marketing the marketing and strategy for Transforming Security with VMware security solutions that includes but are not limited to vSphere, vSAN, vCloud, vRealize, NSX, Horizon, App Volumes, Workspace ONE, AirWatch, Identity Manager, TrustPoint and our Technology Alliance Partners. Christopher experience spans technical services, engineering, product management and product marketing with more than 18 years of industry experience. Christopher is certified in Project Leadership from Cornell University and holds Bachelor’s degrees in Marketing and Management from Florida Atlantic University, and a MBA in Marketing from the University of Miami (aka The U).

Jason Kaduk

Information Systems, Vallejo Sanitation and Flood Control District

 Jason Kaduk started as an IT Professional Consultant back in 1992, and has been fortunate to gain maximum exposure to numerous IT systems in the Banking, Insurance, Pharmaceutical, and Local Government environments. In early 2003 Jason worked with Vallejo Sanitation and Flood Control District for 3 years as a consultant, and for the last 10 years as a full-time employee. Jason currently manages the Virtualized Infrastructure at Vallejo Sanitation and Flood Control District which he implemented in 2009. Jason has been committed to keeping the District in the forefront of cutting-edge technology that benefits the organization with the latest innovations, efficiency and security. Through a solid design of the current network and Virtualization infrastructure, Jason has been able to save the District significant technology costs while utilizing limited resources. In the past years, Jason has been fortunate to speak at conferences on his achievements with customer success stories at Gartner Datacenter conference, HP Discovery, VMware, Veeam, CDWG, and the California Water Environment Association.

Terry Chatman

Information Systems, Vallejo Sanitation and Flood Control District


Terry begun his career as a network technician for CustomPC, Inc. in 1999.  During his time there, Terry provided consultant services for various clients in and around the San Francisco Bay Area and up and down the west coast. With each environment came a new set of problems that required unique solutions which Terry would help to create.
At the beginning of 2007, Terry moved onto the Area Agency on Aging, which serves the Napa and Solano counties, becoming the Systems Administrator and maintaining all of their offices across multiple counties.  Terry also has acquired skills to help develop custom applications using a combination of HTML, JavaScript, PHP and MySQL.

In 2010, Terry became employed at the Vallejo Sanitation and Flood Control District, a company he also helped consult with in prior years. As a Systems Administrator at the Vallejo Sanitation and Flood Control District, Terry was introduced to VMware and virtualization for the first time.  Seeing what you could accomplish with VMware armed Terry with a new foundation of tools and he quickly absorbed all the knowledge he could to become an expert with VMware almost overnight.

As the District became more advanced and efficient with their technology, it became more mobile and required more things to be done on the go. Terry helped create the mobile device infrastructure at the District.  Terry performed research and tested multiple MDM platforms, finally choosing VMware AirWatch, in 2013, to deploy, track and secure access to the District's mobile device fleet.

In 2015, the District decided to virtualize their network and security infrastructure and deployed VMware NSX. This has empowered the District with a full suite of virtualized network products on the fly.

The combination of VMware's platforms has enabled Terry to provide the District with an efficient, secure and reliable IT solution.


  

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