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Commvault unveils latest product updates at Commvault GO

New, higher-capacity Commvault HyperScale Appliance to enable enterprises and MSPs to scale-out their infrastructure .

At Commvault GO, Commvault’s annual customer event, the company has revealed three major updates and announcements to its product portfolio. These new additions extend Commvault’s leadership in driving simplification, risk reduction and greater data management efficiency from the data centre and the cloud, and out to remote offices and endpoints.

Commvault Unveils New Appliances to Extend the Power of Scale-Out Data Management to Enterprises, MSPs and Remote Offices

Commvault has announced two additions to its family of cloud-ready appliances – the Commvault HyperScale Appliance an innovative scale-out infrastructure for managed service providers and large enterprises, and the Commvault Remote Office Appliance, a turnkey appliance that enables enterprises to extend Commvault Complete Backup & Recovery solutions to smaller remote offices.

The new appliances build on the current success of the Commvault HyperScale Appliance by expanding its offerings with both smaller and larger capacity appliances to provide customers more flexibility and choice. The new larger capacity appliance provides integrated scale-out data protection with Commvault HyperScale Technology together with Commvault Complete, the industry’s most comprehensive solution for protecting, managing and using data. The new smaller capacity appliance delivers an integrated remote office solution to simplify remote office management as a part of a centralised hybrid IT strategy built from the larger Commvault HyperScale Appliances.

Commvault Resets Industry Benchmark for Software Interaction in Data Management with Announcement of Commvault Command Center

The Commvault Command Center will redefine the modern enterprise software interface and become the single customer engagement console across Commvault’s full solutions portfolio. The Commvault Command Center takes traditional web-based interfaces to the next level, redefining the new modern user experience by combining the company’s modern HTML-5 interface with continuous improvement from Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning into a completely new experience focused on business and operational outcomes.

Additional capabilities like analytics and visualisation, role-based operational control and security, interactive and proactive dashboards and orchestration work together with Commvault’s data management software delivering solutions that work for the user while also helping the user work.

Solving One of the CIO’s Most Pressing Problems: Knowing What Data They Have Across the Enterprise with Commvault Activate

With Commvault Activate and its portfolio of applications, customers will be able to merge the knowledge and analysis of their data with actionable use-cases. With this ability to know their data, customers will increase the potential to “activate” their data for significant returns across areas like improved business decision making, lowered data storage costs, compliance readiness, risk, and other customer critical use cases. The innovation in Commvault Activate solves one of the most vexing challenges facing CIOs today: gaining a complete picture of their data environments.

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