It wasn’t long ago that the move to containers seemed to be a gradual, paced move. Then something happened.
Commvault provides Kubernetes-native API integration, so you can protect, recover, and migrate your cloud-native apps from on-premises to cloud or between different cloud platforms.
Enterprises are rapidly accelerating their cloud-native journey by adopting containers to provide application portability, faster onboarding and lower infrastructure costs.
In September, we announced a reference design with Pure Storage.
You might be aware that today we announced a new Metallic offering for Kubernetes backup as one of the cornerstones of Commvault’s comprehensive protection strategy for containers and Kubernetes.
Kubernetes (K8s) adoption has seen a rapid expansion in 2020 as organizations look to accelerate digital business initiatives.
Banks eat up data, even when standing still. To cope with increasingly digital-hungry customers – and satisfy their craving for service innovation, seamless access and 24/7 control – they need to be able to scale-up data capacity and connectivity fast.
Good data management should lie at the heart of any cloud strategy. Here are three tips to ensure yours is on track.
Data protection is an enterprise-wide challenge and not a collection of point solutions.
Programmable infrastructure is an absolute necessity in the Kubernetes world. When your developers and living in a world of YAML and manifests to execute toward their goals you need software solutions that can deliver.
I think I just hit all of the buzzwords in less than a line of text. How’s that for search engine manipulation?