According to CommVault, the qualification of its Galaxy software with EMC CLARiiON(R) IP4700 networked storage systems offers customers a pre-tested, easy-to-use, data protection solution that scales to handle multiple terabytes of capacity, delivering lower administration cost, significantly better access to application data and drastically improved backup and recovery flexibility. Based on the industry-standard Network Data Management Protocol (NDMP), CommVault Galaxy offers customers a single solution for managing Microsoft(R) Windows(R) and UNIX(R) backup and recovery from an intuitive browser-based interface.
"Through the EMC E-Infostructure(tm) Developers Program, CommVault has leveraged features of EMC's advanced storage technology to deliver complementary solutions that provide enterprise-class reliability and performance for our customers," said Linda Wright, senior director of Global Alliances for EMC. "CommVault's qualification of its Galaxy software with the CLARiiON IP4700 supports EMC's commitment to provide customers with a leading networked storage architecture."
"CommVault's continued technical efforts and developments through EMC's E-Infostructure Developers Program has enabled us to deliver advanced data and storage management solutions to our mutual customers," said Anand Prahlad, vice president of Product Development for CommVault Systems. "CommVault's qualification of Galaxy for the EMC CLARiiON IP4700 enables us to provide seamless core-to-edge storage infrastructure backup and recovery solutions for UNIX and Microsoft servers."http://o1.qnsr.com/log/p.gif?;n=203;c=204655439;s=10655;x=7936;f=201806121855330;u=j;z=TIMESTAMP;a=20400368;e=i
"CommVault is proud to be teaming with EMC to provide seamless solutions with advanced data and storage management for our customers," said Eric Rice, director of Business Development for CommVault Systems. "This solution enables both companies to effectively meet customer requirements for software and hardware solutions that maximize the value of their IT infrastructures."