Commvault launches new reference architectures on AWS Cloud

End-users will have ability to add Commvault to applications purchased through AWS Marketplace.

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By  Alexander Sophoclis Pieri Published  January 25, 2017

Commvault has announced the launch of new reference architectures for Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Readily available either on the AWS Marketplace or through from Commvault itself, existing customers can apply their licenses to applications enabled through AWS.

Terry Wise, vice president of the Worldwide Partner Ecosystem, Amazon Web Services said: "AWS and Commvault share a commitment to helping enterprises incorporate the cloud into their data protection strategies."

"The launch of these new validated reference architectures from Commvault further simplifies the use of the Commvault Data Platform with the AWS Cloud for our joint customers, helping them to accelerate the implementation of data protection projects that lower operating and capital expenses while still providing reliable, secure and quick access to their business data."

Dow jones, a subsidiary of News Corp, was one of the first of Commvault's customers to undertake a business transformation workshop and review the reference architecture guide.

Shaown Nandi, VP and head of Infrastructure and Cloud, Dow Jones, commented: "Given our success using this cloud data protection model, I expect other customers to thrive using Commvault's reference architecture with AWS to improve SLA's for recovery, reduce infrastructure costs and eliminate tape management."

He added: "To date, we have moved more than 50 percent of our infrastructure into the cloud and with Commvault's data management solution, have the flexibility to manage our data on-premise, in the cloud, or wherever we need it to be. Today, we have a resilient data protection model with improved SLA's for recovery, reduced infrastructure costs, and no tape management."

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