This award recognises and celebrates the use of VMware within local government. It is sponsored by VMware, Westcon and ALGIM.
ALGIM is seeking entries from organisations that are doing special work with VMware in terms of professional implementations, making strategic business and technical decisions around virtualisation, and using it to accrue financial, customer service and management benefits.
- Provide an overview of your virtual environment, including hardware and software, as well as a summary of the reasoning which led to the initial decision to virtualise your environment.
- Describe the actions or outcomes which you believe make your virtualisation project / implementation outstanding.
- Attach any material, examples, illustrations, diagrams and references which help to provide a clear understanding of your entry. We ask that you consider the size of any such supplementary information when submitting your entry.
The judging panel’s decision shall be deemed final.
Points Allocation Guide
Based on a possible maximum score of 100, each of the following categories will be worth 20 points:
How virtualisation fits into the overall IT and business strategy of the organisation.
The benefits of virtualisation in relation to the organisation’s vision and strategic direction.
The objectives achieved to date and the objectives to be achieved in the future.
Practicality, innovativeness and originality.
Success and effectiveness, impact, improved service, cost saving, system management, and any other benefits, planned or unplanned, to the organisation.
Entries for the 2012 ALGIM VMware Award are now open and must be received before close of business on:
Friday 26 October 2012
2012 ALGIM VMware Award - Information Document (PDF, 1.18 MB)
2012 ALGIM VMware Award - Entry Form (DOC, 194.5 KB)