Cloud Data Management
Handle the Shift to Cloud Apps and Data
Comprehensive cloud data management helps you move, manage and use the data that’s in the cloud. With more clouds in use, you may not always know when people in the organization rely on cloud storage or deploy SaaS applications. Enabling flexibility and accessibility for cloud data is equally challenging.
One cloud or multi-cloud, on-premises or cloud-only, Commvault covers cloud data management, plus so much more.
Move from cloud backup and recovery to comprehensive data management across your cloud and on-premises environment. Use a single Commvault dashboard to quickly identify, access, manage and protect data across your entire environment regardless of location, application or storage type.
of surveyed Commvault cloud customers are using more than one cloud
TechValidate Survey of 261 users of Commvault cloud data protection, April 2018
Unified cloud data management, migration and use
Commvault provides the only data management platform to move, manage and use data across on-premises and cloud locations. Fully manage data across files, applications, databases, hypervisors and clouds, including Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.
Case Study: Dow Jones, Commvault and AWS
Secure data migration, backup, management and recovery
Learn how the Commvault data management platform supports your IT goals
Automate disaster recovery (DR) testing and DR with less cost, effort and risk. With Commvault software, automated cloud provisioning lets you spin up DR testing within an isolated window. In a DR situation, push-button processes spin up cloud storage, data and policies. And provide DR across cloud providers – in one cloud, in multiple cloud regions or across public clouds.
Align with a cloud partner
Commvault software supports more than 40 cloud storage options across public and private clouds. See the full list of Commvault supported technologies: cloud storage options, hypervisors, databases, applications, file systems and more.
1 Source: Predicts 2017: Cloud Computing Enters Its Second Decade, Gartner, December 2, 2016