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Commvault fully integrates backup with Cisco Hyperflex

21 Jan 2019

Commvault’s IntelliSnap snapshot technology has been tested and validated to work with Cisco HyperFlex hyper-converged systems to protect application workloads, file systems and virtual machines (VMs) without the need for third-party tools.

ScaleProtect with Cisco UCS expands many of the capabilities of the Cisco HyperFlex platform with backup and recovery. 

With a broad ecosystem of integrated public cloud providers, ScaleProtect with Cisco UCS plus Cisco HyperFlex is a full multi-cloud platform. 

Delivering support for enterprise applications like SAP HANA - for which Commvault is certified - ScaleProtect with Cisco UCS allows customers to run mission-critical applications on Cisco HyperFlex with their data and applications backed up and available. 

Pairing ScaleProtect with Cisco UCS with Cisco HyperFlex provides a hyper-converged, scale-out solution that delivers enterprise-class backup and recovery for end-to-end protection of the Intent-based data centre.

“The combination of solutions from Commvault and Cisco provide customers and partners with the flexibility to protect and rapidly move data to and from any Cisco infrastructure platform as business dictates,” says Commvault worldwide alliance vice president Wenceslao Lada. 

“The broadening of our partnership to now integrate IntelliSnap with HyperFlex is yet another example of how the two companies are tightly aligned in delivering simple, cost-effective solutions that solve real-world problems while driving revenue for our joint partners.” 

“We continue to work with Commvault to help enterprise customers reduce IT and data management costs and complexity by eliminating the need for multiple software and hardware products or single-purpose tools,” adds Cisco HyperFlex product management senior director Vijay Venugopal. 

“Achieving control and scale in a multi-cloud IT world is essential for infrastructure modernisation and digital transformation. Commvault IntelliSnap aids in providing that control and extends the value of Cisco HyperFlex to help customers ensure data is available, moveable, and recoverable across the entire IT landscape.”

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