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Eiffage Significantly Transformed their User Experience with Pure Storage

Eiffage Chose Pure Storage for its ease of administration, excellent deduplication rate, and media quality.

Summary

The Eiffage Group, one of Europe’s leading companies in the construction, infrastructure, energy systems and concessions sectors. The group has seen a significant improvement in the performance of its different workloads, significantly transforming the experience of its internal users while simplifying the day-to-day management of the infrastructure.

Industry

  • Construction

GEO

  • France

Use Cases

  • VMware for Linux and Microsoft Windows®
  • Hyper-V for SQL servers on Windows

Website

Challenges

  • Provision a current storage solution to replace the previous platform, which was not future-proof.
  • Achieve better storage performance.
  • Reduce the need for administration and support.

Results

Business Transformation

By upgrading its storage system, Eiffage has seen a significant improvement in the performance of its different workloads, significantly transforming the experience of its internal users while simplifying the day-to-day management of the infrastructure.

IT Transformation

  • The user experience improved thanks to average response times that decreased from 6-8 ms to 0.63 ms.
  • The company achieved an 8.0:1 deduplication rate for legacy applications.
  • The simplicity of array management saved considerable time — from 1 day to 2 hours for a typical complex allocation. Storage footprint was reduced by a factor of 13, from 4 racks to 1/3 rack (14U).

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