What is a blueprint for the cloud?

Learn how to navigate the complexities of cloud adoption and secure your data across all workloads, applications, and services, from the cloud to the edge.

In today’s digital landscape, hybrid environments are the norm rather than the exception for organizations of all sizes. As companies juggle a multitude of workloads, adopt SaaS solutions, and migrate applications to the cloud, they are also faced with the challenge of repatriating data on-premises. This ongoing data sprawl, combined with the ever-evolving threat landscape featuring advanced, AI-fueled attacks, underscores the critical importance of robust data protection strategies to drive cyber resiliency.

To ensure data security and compliance across their entire environment, organizations must integrate data protection measures right from the outset. This proactive approach minimizes risks and potential vulnerabilities, providing comprehensive cyber resiliency.

However, the journey towards cloud adoption is not a one-size-fits-all approach. It’s granular and app-specific, with some applications being rehosted while others are refactored to leverage cloud-native PaaS and Kubernetes services. To navigate this complexity, organizations need a clear blueprint for cloud data protection and resilience that extends to the edge of their environment.

This blueprint must encompass cloud data protection that provides security and resiliency across the entire hybrid infrastructure. This includes all cloud workloads, applications, and services, regardless of their location. Moreover, it should enable seamless data movement between clouds and back on-premises, all while offering a unified view of your entire environment.

To bolster cyber resiliency a comprehensive cloud data protection blueprint should address the following crucial aspects:

  1. Cost-Optimization: Commvault’s unique range of offerings, spanning SaaS, software, and on-premises solutions, can significantly reduce infrastructure management overhead.
  1. Fast Recovery: Thanks to flexible, performance-optimized storage and the ability to create air-gapped copies for ransomware protection, companies can minimize costly downtime.
  1. Air-Gapped Security: Hybrid cloud architecture enables air-gapped protection, complementing ransomware strategies.
  1. Broad Coverage: Commvault provides the broadest coverage for on-premises, SaaS, and hybrid cloud workloads.
  1. Simple Management: Commvault offers a single-pane-of-glass management interface, combined with the agility of a service.
  1. Reliability for Peace of Mind:  Leveraging industry-leading trusted solutions rather than unproven point products provides peace of mind in an environment where cyber resiliency and data protection are paramount.

The Gateway to Hybrid Cloud Adoption

Data protection isn’t just a necessity; it can also be the gateway to effective hybrid cloud adoption for many organizations. The right data protection solution supports cloud maturity by enabling data protection across workloads, regardless of their location on the cloud journey. This provides a solid foundation for a hybrid enterprise, offering the flexibility to protect data where it resides today and where it will be in the future.

Commvault stands out as the unified data protection platform designed for cyber resiliency in the modern, hybrid cloud world. With a coverage breadth that surpasses competing solutions, manageable through a single pane of glass, Commvault instills confidence in managing ongoing changes without the need for multiple point solutions as workloads evolve and grow.

In a hybrid cloud environment where data is scattered across various platforms, Commvault ensures that your organization’s most valuable asset—your data—is protected, compliant, and ready to drive your business forward, regardless of where it resides. Embrace the future of cyber resiliency with Commvault, your trusted partner in safeguarding your data in the hybrid world.

To learn more about how customers have utilized Commvault to create their blueprint for the cloud, click here or join our upcoming webinar on October 3rd, Five Critical Building Blocks for Hybrid Cloud Success.

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