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HPE and its partners can now sell Commvault software

06 Mar 2018

Commvault, a provider of enterprise backup, recovery, archive and the cloud, has announced that it has joined Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Complete, a one-stop shop for validated HPE and third-party partner end-to-end infrastructure solutions.

Through the reseller program, HPE and its global network partners will now be able to sell Commvault’s portfolio of data protection software, including the Commvault Data Platform, fully integrated with HPE Storage products.

Commvault is joining HPE Complete at a time when enterprises are increasing their reliance on simple, powerful comprehensive data protection and backup solutions to reduce complexity in their IT environments.

Fueled by rising amounts and types of data, enterprises need to store, manage and analyse this growing trove of data while mitigating risk associated with sophisticated and widespread ransomware attacks and other threats.  

With this enhanced relationship, government, healthcare and other enterprises can easily purchase HPE Complete Commvault Software solutions optimised for HPE Storage, including HPE StoreOnce, HPE 3PAR, HPE Nimble Storage, HPE Apollo and HPE ProLiant, anywhere in the world through their HPE rep or channel partner.

As a result, HPE customers can simplify protection, management and activation of data, whether it is located on-premises or in the cloud, all while accelerating their digital transformation.

“This announcement further strengthens the partnership between Commvault and HPE, providing customers with a one-stop-shop for Commvault’s backup, recovery and data protection software and HPE’s Storage products,” says Commvault chairman, president and CEO N. Robert Hammer.

“By joining HPE Complete, we provide enterprises with yet another channel for them to secure the industry’s most powerful data platform, and with it, the control, flexibility and automation they need to implement digital transformation initiatives that use data to lower operational expenses, reduce risks and improve business outcomes.”

“We are thrilled to expand our relationship with Commvault, and now offer our partners and customers the simplicity of purchasing HPE validated Commvault Software through the HPE Complete program,” says HPE director of storage and big data product management Patrick Osborne.

“With HPE Complete Commvault Software, enterprises can now minimise the risk, complexity and cost of deploying Commvault’s powerful data protection and backup solutions on HPE Storage products. This allows them to more quickly and easily use Commvault’s Software to reduce data complexity, migrate data between on-premises and cloud infrastructure, ensure all their data is fully protected and recoverable and activate data to secure valuable insights.”

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