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Reval Deposits the Benefits from Using Pure Storage Arrays

Learn how Reval is advancing service levels, accelerating time to revenue and excelling operationally.

Summary

Reval is the leading global provider of scalable cloud solutions for treasury and risk management. Its software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings help corporations and banks better manage cash and liquidity, financial risk and hedge accounting. Reval is part of ION Group and has 700 clients worldwide.

Industry

  • Financial Services

GEO

  • North America

Use Cases

  • Database – Microsoft® SQL Server
  • Virtual Server Infrastructure – VMware®

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Challenges

Reval, a business unit of ION Group, requires very high resiliency, performance, and security in its storage infrastructure to meet the needs of its software-as-a-service clients at major financial institutions. Pure Storage FlashArray™ arrays deliver on each of these requirements, and more.

  • Legacy storage was at the end of its maintenance contract, posing the threat of a costly renewal.
  • Ever-increasing volumes of client data demanded higher-performing storage.

Results

Business Transformation

Clients receive reliable, world-class service, while Reval enjoys radically simplified storage management with lower capital and operating costs.

IT Transformation

  • In three years the company has had zero downtime caused by storage.
  • Data-center footprint was reduced by more than 75%.
  • Database re-indexing time has been cut by more than two-thirds.

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