Together with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Commvault has developed a solution for backup and recovery in the cloud. It is a full integration of the Commvault Complete Backup & Recovery software solution with the StoreOnce systems of HPE.
Commvault’s software contributes to the complete data management cycle for HPE StoreOnce systems. Catalyst Copy provides a solution to current backup, recovery and compliance issues that requires less human intervention. As a result, organisations are able to absorb the constant increase in data.
According to the company, the integration streamlines storage costs, reduces network traffic, makes it possible to move data easily and simplifies data management. Users can also rely on built-in features for reliable and cost-effective backups to the public, private or hybrid cloud. These possibilities are provided by HPE Cloud Bank Storage. This is a feature that will be included in a new release of HPE’s software in November.
The new solution also supports source deduplication with low bandwidth consumption. This automatically moves data and reduces storage costs when the data becomes obsolete. The data transfer takes place on the basis of definable policy rules.
“Thanks to our collaboration, we can deliver proven solutions that integrally protect customer data wherever it resides,” said Patrick Osborne, vice president and director of Big Data & Secondary Storage at HPE. “HPE and Commvault provide a data management and storage platform that allows data to be managed, accessed and moved between on-site and cloud environments.
Configuring the StoreOnce Catalyst in the user interface of Commvault can be done with a few simple mouse clicks. Commvault’s software then manages the backups and data transfer of the HPE StoreOnce systems, as it already does for a Commvault customer. No additional customer configurations are required. In addition, future updates to the StoreOnce Catalyst will be included in Commvault’s service packs, eliminating the need for companies to manage the update cycle for each individual technology component.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.