Pure Storage and Reynaers

Reynaers’ Capacity Shortage Fixed with Pure Storage ActiveCluster

Learn how Reynaers’ capacity issue is resolved with Pure Storage.

Summary

Reynaers is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of aluminum applications for the construction of windows, doors, curtain wall systems, sun awnings, and verandas. The company is expanding rapidly which means the amount of data is also growing, with all foreign branches connecting to the private cloud in the head office. To address this, the company has become the first in Belgium to invest in a Pure Storage ActiveCluster.

Industry

  • Manufacturing

GEO

  • EMEA / Belgium

Use Cases

  • Database – ERP
  • Virtual servers

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Challenges

  • The company was limited in storage capacity and expandability.
  • External consultancy was required for complex storage management.
  • Extending maintenance seemed too expensive.

Results

Business Transformation

The Pure Storage FlashArrray™ system resolves Reynaers’ capacity issue in its Belgian data centre. It also means there’s much less need for external consultancy, and the Pure Evergreen™ storage model safeguards the investment.

IT Transformation

  • Storage management is back under company control with the switch to Pure Storage.
  • Deduplication and compression provide lots of disk space with no impact on performance.
  • Upgrades do not cause any downtime.
  • High availability is provided by active clustering.
  • It is now very easy to add capacity.

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