Commvault and Oracle Deliver DMaaS to Solve Multi-Cloud Management Headaches

To learn more about our strategic partnership with Oracle, make sure you register for Commvault Connections 22 today.

Continuing our very full dance card for October, this week the Commvault team is in Las Vegas at Oracle CloudWorld and while we’re thrilled to be a gold sponsor of the show, Commvault and Oracle are so much more than just event supporters – we’re also multi-could partners! In fact, we expanded our strategic partnership with Oracle a few months ago to include the entire portfolio of Metallic Data Management as a Service (DMaaS) offerings on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). 

It’s a simple equation: OCI + Metallic DMaaS = simple to use enterprise data management, threat protection and recovery. So, what exactly does that mean? Oracle customers can now protect critical workloads in the cloud or on-premises by maintaining flexibility across IT-managed storage or SaaS-delivered data protection of managed cloud storage. The simplicity is in the interface. All data assets protected and secured in hybrid and multi-cloud environments are managed through a single web-based console.

But that’s just the beginning. Commvault and Oracle are already well down the path on our newly minted, multi-cloud, SaaS-delivered DMaaS journey. Just this week, Commvault rolled out new support and features for the Metallic DMaaS portfolio designed specifically to expand support for OCI.

Specifically, Metallic now protects Oracle Database Cloud Service (DBCS) and Oracle Exadata Database Service on OCI, as well as OCI Object Storage.  These workloads join our existing support for Oracle, Oracle RAC, Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE) and OCI VMs. Metallic provides support for both Metallic Recovery Reserve for OCI storage and BYO OCI Storage for air-gapped protection. 

Like my colleague Jeff mentioned in his rundown during last week’s events, the conversation doesn’t end at CloudWorld. Oracle is bringing its expertise to bear alongside our best and brightest at the upcoming Commvault Connections 22 event. Oracle’s Joe Corvaia, GVP, NACT ISV, MGS and MSP Sales, will join Commvault’s Chief Partner Officer Alan Atkinson, to discuss best practices for protecting against ransomware in a multi-cloud world. It’s just a few weeks away and I can tell you it’s going to be a world-class cloud experience. Register for Connections today and reserve your seat now for this special partner session!

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