Commvault, aa enterprise backup company, recovery, archive and the cloud, today announced that it has joined Cisco’s Solutions Program. Commvault Data Platform Solutions will be available in Cisco’s Global Price List from October 2017. This will enable organizations to make an accelerated transition to a hybrid cloud strategy using Commvault software on Cisco hardware. The combination will offer the most expansive support for public cloud providers, hypervisors, big data support and database protection across business-critical and secondary application use cases.
Organizations of all sizes are facing increasing data management challenges, and 93 percent of companies in Asia Pacific have recognised the importance of data to their business. These concerns are compounded by the exponential growth in the amount of data businesses must manage, store and analyze, and increasingly high risk of security breaches. To manage these challenges, customers require a robust, proven data protection solution that can flexibly and reliably manage data stored on-premises and in the cloud, offer automation and policy-based capabilities to scale seamlessly, while handling the continuing influx of data. The Commvault Data Platform is built to address these requirements, while defending against the growing variety of threats.
The availability of Commvault Data Platformon Cisco’s Global Price List makes it easy for Cisco and its network of resellers to sell and deliver Commvault’s market leading data management solution. Customers across the globe can acquire and deploy Commvault’s solution to meet their individual unique needs. Whether customers are refreshing infrastructure with new UCS servers, transitioning to Hyper-converged Infrastructure with HyperFlex, or designing a Converged system with performance-optimized FlashStack or Flexpod, the Commvault Data Platform is available to deliver proven enterprise-class data protection and management.
Commvault’s expanded partnership with Cisco, will make it seamless for customers to adopt the 'best of breed' solutions in a unified stack that enhances the already strong value proposition of the Cisco datacenter portfolio.