Commvault Reduce Infrastructure Costs

Has the solution enabled you to save on infrastructure costs by being able to manage what were disparate data management solutions in one place? If yes, how much have you saved per month or year on infrastructure?

Data Analyst at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
In addition, we have managed to save some costs because the solution supports so many platforms and has so many supported applications. So we need one solution and not ten. It has reduced our costs in terms of infrastructure. If we didn't use Commvault, we would spend 50 percent more on several other software solutions similar to Commvault to replace it.
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Head of Information Technology Group at Ministry of Environmental Protection
Using Commvault, we have saved on infrastructure costs. Before, we had a few other solutions for backup. Each of them asked for a data store for storage space. Now, with one solution, we have reduced the amount of hard disk storage in our platform. And with Commvault, the file compression is much more efficient than with other solutions. We currently have 50 to 60 TB in our data set, for the entire ministry with 350 users. Before Commvault, we used much more. We never actually calculated how much space we were using before Commvault. We just needed to have more and more hard disk space. But I would estimate we are saving 60 to 70 percent of the storage we used to need.
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Brijesh Parikh
Senior Architect, Cloud Infrastructure at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
We have been able to save on infrastructure costs by not storing long-term data onto systems. Instead, we have been able to store them on cheaper cloud systems. There is a lot of savings there if you consider all the cost involved to store data on an on-premise server storage system, plus the maintenance, and the support which goes behind maintaining that system.
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Senior Technical Support Engineer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It's saving us about 30 percent [on storage].
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Technical Consultant at Beta Information Technology
The solution saves on infrastructure and protects data. Compared to other solutions, using Commvault saves our customers around 15 to 20 percent.
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Amin Ibrahim
Senior Systems Consultant | Virtualization at eSky IT
It also saves on infrastructure costs by being able to manage what were disparate data management solutions in one place. It saves us on a monthly basis.
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Sheron K Brown Sr.
Systems Engineer at PAREXEL International Corporation
It has also helped us save on costs. There is money available to further use for fees in Commvault, which means the business is happy with what's going on. That cost savings are from the fact that we don't have to keep increasing our storage the way we were before we were using Commvault. For me, as an engineer, that means I have training opportunities and I can also identify a service for server refresh because there's money available for infrastructure.
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CTO at Greenware Technologies LLC
With Commvault, you don't need multiple applications to back up different kinds of platforms. It can be OpenStack, VMware, Hyper-V, a physical machine, or Oracle. It's a single point for backups.
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Mostafa Atrash
Sr. Enterprise Solutions Engineer at CMC
The solution enables our customers to save on infrastructure costs by being able to manage what were disparate data management solutions in one place. It is one of the most important features: You can do backup for almost everything from one platform. Plus, you can reduce costs by using any cheap storage and still have the deduplication feature. You can present any cheap storage for the backup and not have to worry about the B2B high cost appliances, like HPE, Dell EMC Data Domain, etc. When you can do everything from one place, it's always better. It will reduce cost on the infrastructure and human resources who manage the environment.
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