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1 Address fundamental challenges created by changing data management requirements and rapidly evolving technologies.
2 Quickly and efficiently identify areas for improvement within your Commvault backup, recovery and archive environment.
3 Create well-defined remediation plans that improve the current environment and complement future business initiatives.
Efficient backup, recovery, archive and reporting operations are fundamental for maintaining a successful data management environment. Through acquisition, data growth, and normal infrastructure updates, a Commvault® software environment that was once functioning efficiently may need modifications to operate efficiently at desired service levels.
Regular examination and validation of data management architectures and procedures, along with business and infrastructure requirements, is essential for smooth operations, mitigating risk, and optimizing your investment in Commvault software. Commvault consultants can provide a fresh, external perspective that helps you understand the practical impact of new data management requirements and rapidly evolving technologies.
COMMVAULTâ€™S HEALTH ASSESSMENT OFFERING HELPS CLIENTS DEVELOP SYSTEMS REMEDIATION AND OPTIMIZATION PLANS THAT BALANCE THEIR MOST IMPORTANT BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS.
Commvaultâ€™s comprehensive, customer-centric approach for validating and providing measurable improvements to existing IT environments brings clients confidence because their unique business requirements have been considered throughout the duration of the engagement.
The Commvault team works closely with your IT and business leaders to discover and summarize the current state of your data management environment. Consultants conduct client interviews to better understand underlying challenges, identify future initiatives, and provide a comprehensive remediation plan with details for all solution areas including: backup/ recovery, archive, disaster recovery, and reporting. Clients can expect to participate in the following activities during an engagement:
Remediation Summary â€“ Rank proposed action items by priority and risk in order to establish distinct opportunities for improvement. This enables the client to make the best use of limited resources in a timely fashion.
Key Observations â€“ Provide insight into each improvement area including a clear explanation about the benefits/ challenges of each recommendation so that clients can easily understand the basis for remediation efforts.
Resolution Initiatives â€“ Develop and rank projects by projected duration. This approach helps clients better plan for staffing, reconfiguration, architecture and system adjustments, and process improvement.
Prioritized Remediation Plan â€“ Develop a ranked program of remediation activities including schedules and milestones. Individual activities are typically prioritized by benefit, risk to the environment, and estimated duration.
Remediation Roadmap â€“ Provide a graphical overview of remediation plans according to program phase. This helps clients better plan for each remediation project and synchronize them with other activities.