Commvault has announced that its Complete Backup and Recovery has been integrated to protect and restore data in Nutanix Files 3.5. The new release comes with a scale-out file storage solution that uses Nutanix’ Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) architecture.
With Commvault’s built-in support, organisations can now easily switch to the new version of Nutanix Files. According to the company, this enables organisations to save time and manpower, while continuing to comply with all SLAs.
The integration with Nutanix Files 3.5 makes it possible to bring enterprise recovery opportunities to the new Nutanix solution. Complete Backup and Recovery must keep files safe, provide a full range of granular recovery options, and allow any managed backup to be restored, regardless of its source or target location. This can also be done from and to any environment, regardless of whether it is cloud, multi-cloud or hybrid.
Companies can also store copy data internally, at a remote business location or in the cloud thanks to an integration with Commvault Storage Policy. There is also advanced support for data analysis and data governance with Commvault Activate, and businesses can take advantage of the automatic discovery of Nutanix Files’ data share.
Faster on the market
According to Dave Kresse, vice president and director of Nutanix Files, the collaboration between the two companies further enables them to provide customers with “innovative technologies that enable them to bring products and services to market faster. The customers of the two companies are also expected to generate new revenue streams. “In doing so, they can count on optimal support from two industry leaders.”
According to Brian Brockway, Commvault’s chief technology officer, the R&D teams of the two parties have been working together for a long time to “bring added value to our solutions”. “With the integration of Commvault’s technology, organisations can benefit from control and improved protection of business-critical data.
The built-in support for Nutanix Files 3.5 has been made available in the current version of Complete Backup and Recovery.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.