Q2 2021: New customers, new products, hybrid cloud data management

By Miranda Foster

It’s been a busy quarter at Commvault, launching new products and working with our customers to make sure their hybrid cloud environments are protected and intelligently managed. With threats ranging from natural disasters to ransomware, data protection – and the ability to recover data – is more critical than ever to businesses worldwide. Keep reading for examples of how customers are protecting and managing data in hybrid cloud environments.

Commvault supports Saudi Arabian company’s hybrid cloud

In Saudi Arabia, Mohamed Yousuf Naghi & Brothers supports its hybrid-cloud strategy with Commvault. The Saudi Arabian Services Group saves time and cost transforming virtualization and disaster recovery. Group IT Solution Manager Syed Zeeshan Ali said: “The other backup software companies like Dell and EMC charged a lot of money for setting up a recovery zone. Only Commvault offers the features that enabled us to quickly build a complete recovery site.”

Camel group backs up public and private clouds

Camel Group, the largest car battery manufacturer in Asia, adopted Commvault Complete Backup and Recovery to rapidly back up and restore data in both the private cloud and the public cloud without downtime. It also ensured data availability and delivered timely information to customers.

Weikang Yu, Head of Information Center said: “We considered EMC but decided to choose Commvault because of its number one position in Gartner and proven solution in the market. It also integrates well with our existing infrastructure using Oracle and VMware.”

Tempo Beverages taps Commvault for data management in a complex environment

In Israel, the prominent beverage distributer worked with trusted partner DnA-IT to standardize on Commvault for intelligent data management. Tempo Beverages implemented Commvault Complete Backup and Recovery to protect a diverse environment. It reduced RTO by 80% and saved storage costs by 40% with Commvault.

CTO Ehud Huminer said, “So far I have not come across a component that Commvault does not support with great efficiency.”

University of Melbourne chooses HyperScale X

Launched in Q2, HyperScale X is our latest appliance for Intelligent Data Management. University of Melbourne, Australia’s top university, is using HyperScale X to manage three petabytes of data.

New to the Commvault customer family are Integra LifeSciences, City of Virginia Beach, SoftwareOne, SEMANTIC, Royal Cornwall NHS Trust, EJIE, Orange Romania and Irideos.

As today’s circumstances accelerate cloud adoption, make sure you don’t overlook Intelligent Data Management as a key component of your cloud strategy. Lock your data down with Commvault.