Not sure where to begin when thinking about protecting your data across multiple clouds and services? Ned Bellavance shares his “wish list” of what his perfect solution would include. Be sure to hear even more in Ned’s recent webinar with Commvault, Managing Multi-Cloud Data Protection.
Andrea Mauro of the vInfrastructure Blog comments: During the second day of the third edition of Virtualization Field Day (#VFD3) one of the companies that we (as delegates) met was CommVault, a company in the backup and data protection field and, of course, in the virtualization environment. But it’s quite limiting say that it’s just […]
Enrico Signoretti of Juku writes about the VMworld roundtables: Yesterday I attended the second couple of Tech Filed Day roundtables at VMworld, this time I had the opportunity to meet Simplivity and CommVault. If the first day the room was crammed with bloggers, this time I counted even more people in the room. The discussion […]
Scott Lowe from VirtualizationAdmin.com comments: CommVault provided in-depth information about their new SImpana 10 data protection and management software and boasted revenue of $496 million for FY13. I see this as relevant information because this big number, along with the fact that CommVault has been around a while, and further combined with the fact […]
CommVault is one of those enterprise IT companies that likes to go their own way. A spin-out of AT&Tâ€™s famed Bell Labs, CommVaultâ€™s Simpana software integrates many aspects of data management, from backup to e-discovery, under one umbrella. Last year, the company impressed me by adding cloud storage as a backup target equal in status to disk and traditional tape. Now the company is doing the same for storage-based snapshots, accelerating data protection for virtual machines.
Today is the (a?) day of reckoning in the 3Par saga, with Dell widely expected to make a counter-offer higher than HP’s bid. But this mega deal, like the Data Domain war before it, sends a strong signal to the enterprise IT world: It’s open season on data storage companies! But the rising superpowers are also likely looking at networking as an area of expansion. The game is afoot!