Software-defined storage (SDS) is proving to be a key driver for change in IT. This is one of the many reasons we acquired Hedvig and the Hedvig Distributed Storage Platform. As a transformational technology, Hedvig can abstract away underlying hardware infrastructure, provide storage services in a scale-out model, consolidate protocols, deliver site resiliency and perform all maintenance non-disruptively.
At the 2020 Data Breakthrough Awards, Commvault has been named the Data Transformation Solution of the Year for our Hedvig Distributed Storage Platform.
Hedvig has complete integration with the Kubernetes Persistent Volume framework. The Hedvig Dynamic Provisioner, which is an out-of-tree provisioner, allows Kubernetes users to dynamically provision Hedvig virtual disks and consume them as persistent volumes using native Kubernetes constructs.
I want to unbox the new Commvault, explore what it’s planning to deliver and give my thoughts on a couple of these new offerings.
We’re hosting our inaugural (and complimentary) Commvault Virtual Connections event on Feb. 11-12 to provide you with an exclusive two days of deep digital and storage management expertise.
Here are my five recommendations to help you minimize the change pain you endure as you renew, refresh or switch to a new data management solution.
With Veeam taken over by a private equity firm, I believe more than ever that Commvault is the most steady, trusted and proven vendor in the industry.
Commvault wasted no time in showing attendees we are More Than Ready to provide data management solutions that give the innovation, freedom and choice needed to protect, control, manage and use data.
There has never been a better time to be in IT. With so many compelling, new technologies simultaneously converging, IT professionals have endless choices to advance their modernization initiatives and multi cloud strategies. However, they must first rein in the sprawling infrastructure, applications and environmental chaos they endure today. I get it – I’ve sat with you on the other side of the table when I was a CIO.