The idea of having a day to mark data protection may seem trivial but addresses an essential aspect of modern life. We all depend on electronic data in some form or other, both in our personal and professional lives.
NetApp’s continuous mission is to give customers the freedom to put data to work in the applications that elevate their business, across cloud data services, storage systems, and software. Much like Commvault, with our laser focus on providing intelligent data management solutions that aid customers in optimizing and obtaining value out of data, it is no surprise that together, we have a natural synergy and a decades-long partnership.
Commvault, in partnership with Microsoft, enables you to transform your data management and data protection. You’ll be ready for the unexpected, and ready to protect your data no matter where it lives, with transformative options including Metallic, Commvault’s cloud native service.
Metallic and Commvault have demonstrated incredible momentum for the quarter, and we’re proud to welcome these customers to the family.
Commvault is no stranger to helping our customers meet exacting SLAs for business-critical enterprise workloads – all these learnings went into architecting Metallic as an Enterprise SaaS solution right from the beginning. That’s exactly where our unique SaaS Plus flexibility was born.
The agility and innovation at the center of our Metallic portfolio has been critical especially because you – our customers and partners – needed to rethink how you view your IT world.
Enterprises are rapidly accelerating their cloud-native journey by adopting containers to provide application portability, faster onboarding and lower infrastructure costs.
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.
It’s been just one short year since Metallic’s debut in the U.S., ushering in the next generation of cloud native, enterprise grade, SaaS-based data protection. Now, I’m more than happy to help announce that it’s time for EMEA to join in on the action.
My “expert” bread baking advice (after an entire six months) comes down to three things.
Like most industry events this year, Microsoft Ignite will be different than in years past, going completely virtual from Sept. 22-24.
We are beyond thrilled to share that Metallic has won the Gold Stevie Award for the Cloud Storage & Backup solution category in the 2020 International Business Awards.
eDiscovery for data management is critical – and why we are excited to deliver this capability, launching at the end of the month, for Metallic customers.
The 2020 IT World winners have been announced, and Commvault has racked up a gold award and two silvers.
We’ve made all Metallic SaaS Backup & Recovery solutions available in the Australia-New Zealand (ANZ) market, which includes the availability of our three initial enterprise-grade offerings: Metallic Core Backup & Recovery, Office 365 Backup & Recovery and Endpoint Backup & Recovery.
The onus is on us – as a software company – to simplify and improve entire customer experience. From purchase to implementation to unlocking value by accelerating their path to the cloud.
Today, I’m thrilled to share that we’ve announced a strategic partnership agreement with Microsoft focused specifically on our Metallic SaaS data protection offerings with Microsoft Azure.
I’ve seen the evolution of the cloud from every angle…or so I thought. In my new role as the leader of Metallic, the SaaS division of Commvault,