It’s a busy time at Commvault, from the launch of our new solutions for public and hybrid cloud data that make cloud in the data center a reality, to launching Commvault’s File Sharing and its Edge Drive feature, we’ve been hard at work. We’ve been so busy adding new functionality and expanding use cases for public and hybrid cloud environments that we forgot to tell the world about our continued leadership in the private cloud and our support for VMware vSphere 6! So, for the many of you who’ve been asking: the answer is YES, it’s here!
On April 16, we got the all-clear from Engineering that all of VMware’s latest code changes have been tested and validated. We now fully support VMware vSphere 6 with version 10, SP 10. This continues Commvault’s long tradition of being one of the first to market with support for the latest release of vSphere, and is a testament to the tight integration between our two organizations.
For those of you interested in implementing VMware vSphere Virtual Volumes (VVols), we’ve also tested and validated that technology for the storage platforms that we support, and we’ll continue to add support for new arrays as each platform releases its own VVols support.
Commvault is dedicated to helping you manage your data across EVERY type of infrastructure – including physical, virtual and cloud – and this flexibility makes our data management solutions the best for your VMware environment. Our cross-platform restore and migration capabilities make recovery or migration between VMware, Hyper-V, AWS, and Azure simple and reliable. This helps you eliminate the hidden cost and management complexity of applying point solutions to different data silos in your organization, providing greater availability for the modern data center.