Frankly, we at Commvault are flattered and more than a little bit excited that the technology world continues to validate our strategy of innovation in data management. Commvault has worked tirelessly to keep pushing the market forward by expanding beyond the world of the "simple" backup. Based on the publishing of the most recent, independently-developed DCIG Virtual Server Backup Software Buyer's Guide, the folks at DCIG are among the growing crowd that understands and support's Commvault's vision of next generation data management.
We see this great news from DCIG, along with Gartner's 2012 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup/Recovery Software, Midsize Enterprise Summit (MES) East 2012 XCellence Awards in the category of "Best Midmarket Solution, Software," Storage Magazine's 2011 Deduplication Product of the Year, and numerous other accolades as a great validation of the Commvault 'Solving Forward' approach. And this kind of validation makes us even more excited about all of the new features we released last week in Commvault Simpana 10 that will continue to lead the data management market forward.
Embracing Virtual Server Backup and Cloud Infrastructure
As we've discussed in our launch events and as you'll see detailed in the Buyer's Guide, Commvault has done significant amounts of work in Simpana 10 to give enterprises the ability to better manage data protection in virtual and cloud environments. We've made it easier to backup and manage data in VMware and Hyper-V environments, where these tasks are made especially complex by the constant movement of workloads and applications. We've given you visibility into the physical locations of virtual machines for streamlined restores and we've enabled new levels of backup and recovery automation.
Commvault Simpana 10 software is years ahead of the game in driving modern data management, but don't believe for a minute that we're going to stop innovating and rest on our laurels. We know there is more work to be done. So, we promise to continue refining our capabilities and keep working to expand them to solve the data management pains of your organization…and that's innovation that gives your organization value that you can literally take to the bank!