Commvault Benefits

Paul Petty
Infrastructure team leader - senior infrastructure analyst, storage and virtualisation at a construction company with 10,001+ employees
We have changed out approach to our ROBO backup solution. Utilising Commvault we can now automate the decommissioning of our remote project sites and convert these on-premise backups into Azure hosted VMs. This not only brings the service online faster for our users but also reduces the operational impact of our remote IT staff, as they now no longer need to manually manage the data into the cloud or our eventual archive platform. View full review »
Stefaan Debaste
Storage Architect for Datacenter Proximus at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
They are evolving. Any time we encounter a problem, an issue, we have a good relation with the development of Commvault, and they work tightly with us together to solve the problem. The fix then becomes available in the new service pack. View full review »
Андрей Харитонов
Unix&SAN team lead at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
We have covered all our important applications by backup policy and ensure that application owners are aware, how data is backed up and what RPO is expected, as well as cost of such backup implementation. View full review »
Dan Gillman
Senior System Administrator at a manufacturing company with 201-500 employees
Backups happen over night instead of 3 days. Storage for backups has been reduced by 60%. View full review »
AaronSolis
User
Since our corporation is big, it was really difficult to back up specific data types, manage admin roles, have true visibility of where my data was stored and whether it was effectively being backed up. Now, I know where my backup data is. I can leverage on cloud storage technologies as well and restore it with granularity level that I have not seen in any other data management tool. View full review »
Reviewer 43289
Sr.System Engineer with 11-50 employees
Earlier, the legacy was you needed to backup and, when you needed to do an archive, you needed to do an archive job again. With Commvault it is a single job, which does both backup and archive, so it does not touch the data twice. View full review »
reviewer603831
Technical Consultant at a tech services company
Let's take the example of 5TB file data. Out of 5 TB, around 3 TB data is non-usable (Achievable). With Commvault, we run a single job as a one-pass job, it will run backup and archive in a single job, no need to run two jobs for backup and archive them differently. It saves my backup window. View full review »
reviewer537843
Network Engineer at a energy/utilities company with 501-1,000 employees
* Single pane of management * Policy driven backup View full review »

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