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Walnut Valley Water District Overflows with Productivity/Business Continuity

Learn how Walnut Valley Water District has increased productivity with Pure Storage’s FlashArray and strengthened its business-continuity strategy through the use of the ActiveCluster feature from Pure.

Summary

Walnut Valley Water District, located in the San Gabriel Valley in California, services nearly 100,000 multi-use customers in six communities. Maintaining large pipelines, distribution mains, pump plants and reservoirs, it provides the highest quality of water at the lowest price available for over six decades.

Industry

  • Local Government

GEO

  • North America

Use Cases

Website

Challenges

  • High latencies and frequent disconnects from legacy storage system interfered with employee productivity across multiple departments.
  • Complexity of legacy storage management placed a heavy burden on one-man IT staff.

Results

Business Transformation

Employees both inside and outside the office have faster access to essential data and applications, boosting productivity and efficiency. Business continuity is assured through dramatically faster, more reliable backups and restores.

IT Transformation

  • Latencies slashed from as high as 300-400 ms to consistently sub-ms, boosting productivity across the organization.
  • Set-it-and-forget-it storage array radically simplifies system management.
  • Disaster recovery capabilities sharply improved; backup times cut dramatically.

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