Commvault Other Advice

Paul Petty
Infrastructure team leader - senior infrastructure analyst, storage and virtualisation at a construction company with 10,001+ employees
Take the opportunity when engaging the Commvault sales team to walk them through other data management challenges that you have. You’ll likely find that the "backup" solution that you were looking for might be able to address these challenges and provide you with a greater ROI. This certainly worked for us and we have several new initiatives being developed to get more even value out of our deployment. View full review »
Stefaan Debaste
Storage Architect for Datacenter Proximus at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
Commvault is certainly a vendor that you have to take into consideration if you are looking into a backup solution. It’s worthwhile to have a look at it. The most important criteria when selecting a vendor are cost and, perhaps, new features that Commvault maybe doesn't have, like backups to public clouds, for instance. But the primary factor is the cost. I would rate Commvault at eight out of 10 due to the stability, our relationship with the development team, and the quality of their backup of their solution. View full review »
Robert Horowski
Leader in Advanced Services department at a tech services company
Commvault is very committed to their product, so with either a small or very large environment, you can't go wrong choosing Commvault. View full review »
Try it. Think in functionality and solution rather than conventional big names believing that there is nothing better. View full review »
Technical Consultant at a tech services company
It's a good product, but consult with the Commvault team too, for proper hardware sizing and take suggestions on implementation phases. View full review »
Network Engineer at a energy/utilities company with 501-1,000 employees
Invest the time and resources to learn and develop your policies. View full review »

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