Commvault Now Qualified to Support Cisco Integrated System for Microsoft Azure Stack

Posted 06/11/2018 by Cathy Conroy

As Commvault kicks off its presence at Cisco Live in Orlando, Fla., we are pleased to announce that we’ve expanded our support for solutions in the Cisco Data Center Infrastructure portfolio with the qualification of the Commvault® Data Platform deployment on ScaleProtect™ with Cisco UCS® for enterprise data protection of applications and data running on Cisco® Integrated System for Microsoft® Azure Stack.  Our extensive support for Microsoft® Azure Stack and our tight integration with Cisco positions Commvault to provide protection for, and to securely move, workloads across any type of infrastructure - including public, private and hybrid cloud environments. Now, for the first time, Cisco customers have access to a single data protection platform with industry-unique native Azure Stack integration for an on-premises solution that meets the needs of a multi-cloud world.

 

Building upon our existing support for Cisco Data Center solutions including Cisco UCS (UCS S-Series and UCS C-Series), Cisco HyperFlex and converged infrastructure solutions like FlashStack, Commvault support for Cisco’s system for Azure Stack continues our leadership in empowering and protecting a multi-cloud world.

With threats like ransomware continuing to evolve and become more prevalent, the risk to companies and organizations of all sizes continues to increase, requiring a robust backup, recovery and data management strategy.  In addition, regulatory requirements like GDPR and initiatives for data governance are necessary business and IT considerations in today’s data-driven world.  It is clear, regardless of an organization’s size, when it comes to backup, recovery and data management, every business is an enterprise.

Offering unique native integration with Microsoft Azure Stack, the Commvault Data Platform enables enterprises to manage, protect and recover all data in Cisco Integrated Systems for Microsoft Azure Stack environments. Commvault simplifies migration and activation of data on Azure Stack, Azure public cloud, the recently-announced Azure Government Cloud and other hybrid cloud infrastructures. Commvault and Cisco provide a single solution for customer data management and protection needs for enterprises wherever their data lives, whether in Azure, Azure Stack, multi-cloud, and traditional infrastructures. Enterprises now have powerful capabilities that help accelerate digital transformation initiatives, increase agility, reduce risk and improve business outcomes. Learn more about some of the technical benefits Commvault brings to Cisco Integrated System for Microsoft Azure Stack.

Commvault software, including ScaleProtect with Cisco UCS, is available to customers on the Cisco Global Price List through the Cisco SolutionsPlus program, making it easy for Cisco and its worldwide network of resellers to sell and deliver data protection for Cisco Integrated System for Microsoft Azure Stack to customers and Service Providers.

We are excited to be building on Commvault’s relationship with Cisco, and are even more excited how our joint solutions help customers realize reliable data protection, comprehensive data management and insightful data access that will help them move, protect and manage data wherever it is stored. With Cisco Integrated Systems for Microsoft Azure Stack and ScaleProtect with Cisco UCS, enterprise users can be assured of a simplified data management strategy that delivers a scalable and flexible data protection platform for any Azure Stack environment. Leveraging Cisco Integrated System for Azure Stack gives enterprise customers high performance networking and industry-leading versatility for virtualized environments with Cisco Unified Fabric.

Learn More at Cisco Live

Visit Commvault at this week’s Cisco Live event, where we will be presenting more information on our support for Cisco’s Data Center Solutions portfolio, including Cisco Integrated System for Microsoft Azure Stack, at booth No. 1459.