EMC Big Data storage enables EagleView to stay competitive, continue growth
EMC Isilon NL-series scale-out storage, VCE Vblock 300 series converged infrastructure
Storage performance and capacity problems threatened company’s ability to grow and compete, Hard-to-predict, explosive data growth
Providing competitive advantage, Enabled sustained growth, Enabled fast response to market changes
EMC Client Executive, Joe Osborne, Digital Business Lead, Josh Howell, and DM, Nathan Thomas, worked with EagleView’s Chris Pershing, CIO, Frank Giuffrida, Chief of Engineering, Dave Kinsman, VP of Engineering, and George Lax, IT Manager to determine the best solution to meet the company’s needs.
EagleView chose EMC Isilon NL-series scale-out storage and a VCE Vblock 300 series converged architecture, which included EMC XtremIO all-flash storage. Isilon houses petabytes of aerial images captured by the company and the Vblock is used for application development, testing, and production deployment.
Chris Pershing,Founder and Chief Technology Officer, EagleView Technologies
Isilon and Vblock provide EagleView with improved performance against a backdrop of explosive data growth. Even as the number of aerial flights increases and file sizes soar, latency is now a thing of the past. Faster response times mean increased customer satisfaction and competitive advantage.
With Isilon, EagleView no longer worries about handling explosive data growth. If the company needs an additional petabyte of storage, it simply buys additional nodes. Expanding Isilon is non-disruptive—simply plug in additional nodes and turn them on.
Vblock will enable Vollrath to continue to handle growth and position it to create new databases, data warehouses, and data lakes, which the company can mine for strategic information. As a result, the company can gain more from its existing and future data.