NetApp and Commvault Partnership
SIMPLIFY DATA PROTECTION ACROSS YOUR HYBRID CLOUD
Your NetApp-enabled hybrid environment helps accelerate innovation and control costs. To maximize your investment, you need a simple, powerful way to migrate and manage critical data and workloads across your on-premises, cloud and virtualized infrastructure.
Take advantage of our deep partnership with NetApp to minimize the complexity of your hybrid cloud — and protect your data wherever it goes. Commvault Complete™ Backup and Recovery integrates seamlessly with the latest NetApp flash storage and hyperconverged infrastructure, making your move to the cloud as easy as possible.
Complete protection for critical data and workloads
Actively backup workloads on the latest HCI systems and flash arrays
Centrally manage and orchestrate snapshots across your environment
Easily take advantage of the cloud for offsite backup and storage
With Commvault Complete Backup and Recovery, you can easily protect the data, virtual machines and applications stored across the full range of NetApp storage systems, including:
- AFF / FAS
Integration between NetApp snapshots, VMs and enterprise applications lets you centrally manage all your protection and recovery processes from one place, while built-in deduplication and encryption make migration efficient and secure for off-site backups and archives.
Move to the cloud easily, securely and efficiently
Migrate data and workloads to all leading cloud platforms
Use the same data management policies in the cloud and on-premises
Send workloads to and from the cloud for disaster recovery and dev/test
It’s quick and easy to get backups from your NetApp hardware to the leading cloud provider of your choice. Our software runs natively in Azure, AWS, Google and Oracle Cloud so you can use the same data management, encryption and security policies both on-premises and in the cloud.
You can also convert virtual machines from one hypervisor to another, meaning workloads currently running on NetApp HCI or FAS systems can be seamlessly sent to and from the cloud for disaster recovery or dev/test purposes.