Day Two of Commvault GO 2019 started with a fast-paced keynote session featuring customer champions, data experts and globe-trotting adventurers – all of whom shared their perspectives on ways to be Data Ready.
With all the powerful keynotes, demonstrations and insightful conversations happening at Commvault GO, it’s important for customers to understand the breadth of new innovations in Commvault Complete™ Backup & Recovery.
Commvault wasted no time in showing attendees we are More Than Ready to provide data management solutions that give the innovation, freedom and choice needed to protect, control, manage and use data.
Today we pull back the curtain on Metallic, a new Commvault venture. Metallic operates as a division of Commvault, and together, we’re thrilled to bring you our powerful, enterprise-grade backup and recovery technology through simple SaaS delivery, with a solution that revolves around the customer.
We all know that the very best way to experience #CommvaultGO is in person, with all the networking and interaction opportunities on offer (as well as for the little surprises GO is known to have).
With Commvault GO, our annual customer conference scheduled for Oct 14-16 in Denver, rapidly approaching, I wanted to highlight another of our main sponsors, Amazon Web Services (AWS).
The data center as we know it is disappearing, and forward-thinking organizations are not only embracing this new reality – they are capitalizing on it. Cisco is leading the way in the race to “Data Center Anywhere,” and this is the focus of the message Cisco’s leadership will share at Commvault GO on Oct. 14-16 in Denver.
While Azure is often referred to by Microsoft as “the world’s computer,” organizations around the globe buying into this premise are looking for ways to accelerate and optimize their use of Azure. This means finding the most effective ways to get their data into Azure and gain added business value, while keeping it secure and accessible.
I don’t know about the rest of you, but I can’t wait to get to Denver for Commvault GO, the premier data readiness event! Am I ready though? Well, let’s see what I need to really be ready for this year!
This is the third and final blog in the series looking at how NetApp and Commvault jointly solve the biggest issues relating to cloud data management. In the first piece, I looked at public cloud, then Jeff Leeds from NetApp did a really thought-provoking guest blog that looked at hybrid cloud and multi cloud approaches to data. This time, I turn my sights to on-premises cloud.
There has never been a better time to be in IT. With so many compelling, new technologies simultaneously converging, IT professionals have endless choices to advance their modernization initiatives and multi cloud strategies. However, they must first rein in the sprawling infrastructure, applications and environmental chaos they endure today. I get it – I’ve sat with you on the other side of the table when I was a CIO.
I am “More Than Ready” for my first Commvault GO (Oct. 14-16)! I don’t know if I’m lightheaded because of the imminent Denver altitude or from the excitement of being in the beautiful state of Colorado with so many Commvault customers. Either way, I can’t wait to hear the amazing customer stories that will be shared during our three-day conference.
If you are anything like me, you likely have a project, or multiple projects, ongoing at any given point. One of my current projects is organizing and displaying my Beatles music collection, which might explain the titles and subtitles!
Cloud migration, hybrid cloud data protection and multi cloud data recovery – those are just three of the big cloud topics at Commvault GO. Join the premier data readiness event to get the insights you need to accelerate your cloud data projects.
When was the last time you thought about data protection for your Office 365 environment?
Office 365 is a solid offering that includes a wide range of communication, collaboration and other capabilities. Microsoft has done a good job at building out a worldwide infrastructure that is generally quite solid and reliable.
I’ve been a Commvault system engineer for seven years and I have seen my fair share of hurricanes, especially since I cover the Carolinas. So what have I learned over these past seven years of protecting the data of those in the path of the storm? You can never be more prepared.