Commvault, a global player in enterprise backup, recovery, archive and the cloud, launched Commvault HyperScale Appliance and Commvault HyperScale Software, two powerful, cloud-ready data infrastructure offerings that provide customers with on-premises simplicity, elasticity, resiliency, flexibility and scale for managing secondary data. Flexible to fit a wide range of customer needs and environments, the solutions are available as an all-in-one appliance or a reference architecture model enabling organizations to have the freedom to choose their hardware provider to meet their specific requirements as they scale for the future.
Commvault’s HyperScale Software solutions bring scale-out infrastructure to the Commvault data platform and seamlessly integrate with storage arrays, hypervisors, applications and the full range of cloud provider solutions to support the most diverse and dynamic environments. Customers can consume Commvault HyperScale Software solutions in one of two ways: Commvault HyperScale Appliance and Commvault HyperScale Software.
In support of true hybrid IT environments, Commvault HyperScale Software is uniquely positioned in the market to protect and securely move workloads across any type of infrastructure including public cloud, private cloud and on-premises. The Commvault HyperScale technology leverages a built-in operating environment, virtualization, and storage technologies from Red Hat to provide a robust, enterprise-grade foundation.
“Building upon our impeccable track record of innovation in data protection, we are excited to introduce this unique and highly-differentiated infrastructure offering to the market to replace outdated scale-up architectures and point products that have proved to be inefficient and long overdue for change,” said N. Robert Hammer, chairman, president and CEO of Commvault. “Commvault HyperScale Appliance and Commvault HyperScale Software are infrastructure options that provide flexible models for consumption while helping customers replace costly legacy hardware, avoid vendor lock in, and gain modern agility, flexibility and cloud-economics that were previously unavailable.” Read more