Commvault Supports Cisco’s HyperFlex Hyper Convergence System to Protect Data Workloads

by July 21, 2016 0 comments

Commvault, launched new Reference Architectures with alliance partner Cisco to give customers and partners an easy-to-buy, pre-optimized and validated solution for simplified data protection and recovery.

Commvault also announced support for Cisco’s HyperFlex hyper convergence system, to help organizations protect data workloads and applications across virtual environments and cloud infrastructures. The new reference architectures and Commvault’s support of HyperFlex were both announced at Cisco Live in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Through the new Reference Architectures, which provide a set of guidelines and best delivery methods for particular technology deployments within an IT service catalog, customers can now leverage an all-in-one solution with a single, unified backup, recovery and archive platform that lowers total cost of ownership and which also has the flexibility to scale from terabytes to petabytes. As a result, customers can eliminate the cost and hassle of deploying multiple single-purpose appliances with a modernized data infrastructure that provides insight and value to the business and keeps up with the pace of today’s data growth demands.

Ralph Nimergood, Vice President, Worldwide Channels & Alliances, Commvault said, “The launch of the new reference architectures and our support into Cisco HyperFlex bring trusted industry leaders together with complementary technologies for the benefit of customers and partners.”

Commvault Supports Cisco HyperFlex

In addition to the launch of Commvault’s Reference Architectures for Cisco, Commvault announced support for Cisco HyperFlex, the company’s hyperconverged system combining compute, storage and networking into an easy-to-use platform built on Cisco UCS infrastructure.

Commvault helps customers on Cisco UCS protect the lifeblood of their businesses with broad support across enterprise applications. These integration deliver application-aware backup and recovery that is simplified and safer because it is automated and standardized, eliminating scripts and manual processes. For primary storage arrays with hardware snapshot capabilities, like those in Cisco’s converged infrastructure stacks, Commvault IntelliSnap technology can be leveraged to speed backup and recovery so that customers get exactly the right protection for every application. The next step is that the data can be easily moved to Cisco HyperFlex and UCS for retention.

With Commvault’s support of more than 20 leading cloud storage platforms and devices, customers can accelerate backup and recovery seamlessly regardless of their preference – be it on premises, hybrid, or public cloud.

 

 

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