Commvault Cloud Support
How would you assess the solution’s breadth and depth of support for the cloud? Has it enabled you to choose the provider that’s right for your business whether physical, private, off-premise, or a major cloud provider (Azure, AWS, Google Cloud)? If yes, how has this affected your operations?
The cloud support is good. The on-premises cloud is working for us as is traditional cloud. All the clouds we're using are working with Commvault. We have Office365 and Azure.View full review »
The support for cloud is good.View full review »
It integrates with many cloud providers, like Azure, AWS, and Google Cloud Platform.View full review »
We are using Commvault for cloud support, but that part is at the PoC stage. But it's the same as the on-prem solution. Whether the library is on physical disk or in the cloud, it looks the same in Commvault, so that's not an issue in terms of configuration or use. There are even more cloud vendors than I had heard of and it looks like Commvault supports all of them.View full review »
Commvault also supports most of the cloud vendors. We can back up cloud-based applications like Office 365 to on-prem, and we back up our on-prem data to the cloud as well. It can be anywhere, either local or in the cloud.View full review »
It's an excellent solution for cloud support. One of the important features that I am selling and trying to convince customers to use is the backup for Office 365, SharePoint, and OneDrive from Microsoft. Microsoft can be in your environment with high availability and everything will be good, but if you delete it by mistake, then for a short period Microsoft can't restore anything. Also, the way Chromebooks integrates with the cloud services is excellent.View full review »