Commvault announced its cloud storage backup target on Microsoft Azure, which is called Metallic Cloud Storage Service.
Metallic Cloud Storage Service is available in Australia and New Zealand, APAC, North America and Europe.
Commvault’s partnership with Azure lets it’s backup and recovery software and HyperScale X appliance in order to obtain extra security and scale.
Manoj Nair, the backup, disaster recovery and data management vendor’s general manager said that this direct access to cloud storage as a primary and secondary backup target let the company give its customers the choice of cloud migrations and assured ransomware readiness by virtue of the air-gapped backup.
Nair said, “The introduction of Metallic Cloud Storage Service built on Microsoft Azure, within Commvault Complete software and HyperScale X can transform the way companies adopt cloud storage with significant ease, while reducing risks, controlling costs, and providing data management and protection in-and-out of the cloud, all through one interface.”
Commvault Command Center’s solution is created to make it easy for IT administrators to obtain faster access to the cloud as a backup target.
Jürgen Willis, Azure’s director of program management for storage said that the backup solution likes the advantages of a cloud service that was very much amendable and encrypted.
“Metallic Cloud Storage protects against cyberattacks by combining the underlying security of Microsoft Azure and the encrypted authentication and monitoring within Commvault’s data management platform, that provides secure, air-gapped and immutable copies of customer data,” Willis said.
“As companies look to the cloud to accelerate their digital transformation, reduce CAPEX, minimize risk, and improve remote work, Metallic Cloud Storage Service can help deliver against the most demanding data protection needs of today’s hybrid world.”
Metallic Cloud Storage Service is available across Australia and New Zealand, APAC, North America and Europe.