Qumulo and Commvault collaborate to protect file data
Qumulo, a leader in simplifying enterprise file data management across hybrid-cloud environments, is now offering a full integration with Commvault, a recognized provider of enterprise data protection solutions.
The new capabilities increase data protection and accelerate file data management productivity with a single, simplified solution that enables organizations managing petabytes of data and billions of files to significantly reduce cost, risk, and complexity, according to the vendor.
With the Qumulo File Data Platform, organizations can easily and affordably leverage the value of massive data sets distributed across on-prem and multi-clouds to ensure visibility into the data with uncompromising security and data protection.
Together Qumulo and Commvault provide customers a reliable, cost effective, integrated solution that accelerates the backup process of large unstructured file data, to better organization’s data protection strategy through a simple unified workflow.
The new solution offers full integration between Commvault Backup and Recovery, as of Commvault release R11.22, and Qumulo Core v3.0.0 onward.
Customer workflows are simplified with a unified view in the Commvault Command Center for managing backup and restore jobs, and monitoring real-time job status at a glance.
Qumulo Core API integration is automatically leveraged by Commvault to create, delete, and compare snapshots, dramatically increasing performance and ease of use.
The integration brings together the power of the Commvault Backup & Recovery capabilities with the Qumulo Protect data services capabilities, allowing customers to:
- Manage file data changes in real-time via REST APIs to know in real-time which files within their file data sets have changed
- Allow backup jobs to begin in mere minutes instead of hours, up to 28 times faster than previously possible.
- Eliminate slow ‘tree-walks’ to identify file changes, often resulting in insufficient time to efficiently back up and protect data files and putting entire file data sets at risk.
“Qumulo and Commvault share a vision of simplicity, scalability and flexibility,” said Ben Gitenstein, vice president product management at Qumulo. “Whether customers are storing and backing up data in the cloud or on-prem, with Qumulo and Commvault, they can easily manage and protect massive unstructured data sets with ease, furthering their ability to accelerate innovation and unleash the power of their data, wherever it resides.”
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