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Commvault teams up with Pure Storage & Cisco to optimize the data center

09 Mar 2017

Commvault is integrating its Commvault Data Platform and IntelliSnap technology for FlashStack.

The technology is a flexible, converged infrastructure solution​ offered jointly by Cisco and Pure Storage.

According to Commvault, they are working with Pure Storage and Cisco to address the ongoing shift from the traditional silo approach of separate servers, storage, and networking equipment to a pre-designed, pre-engineered, tested and optimized solution.  

“Through our extended collaboration with Pure Storage and Cisco to provide Commvault’s IntelliSnap integration with FlashStack, we reinforce our ongoing commitment to support all flash data centers to enable business critical applications to perform faster, run more efficiently, and be more available for our shared customers,” says Ralph Nimergood, VP of Worldwide Channels and Alliances, Commvault. 

“With Commvault Software providing the data protection layer for FlashStack, which is built on industry-leading servers and networking components from Cisco and purpose-built, all flash storage from Pure Storage, customers are able to leverage a pre-designed, pre-engineered, and tested solution as a whole,” he explains.

Nimergood adds that not only does this integration make their purchase easier while reducing unnecessary hardware acquisition costs, selecting this architecture optimizes mission-critical applications and limits deployment times.

“This winning combination of technology industry leaders gives customers the ultimate power and efficiency in one converged solution.”

The FlashStack solution with Commvault IntelliSnap integration is available for purchase through select channel partners and resellers of Commvault, Pure Storage and Cisco globally.                                  

“The addition of Commvault Software completes a trifecta of industry leading technology from Pure Storage and Cisco for our FlashStack offering to provide organizations with a powerful, efficient, and evergreen infrastructure solution,” adds Michael Sotnick, VP of Channels and Alliances, Pure Storage.

“By providing modernized and innovative data protection and management from Commvault, FlashStack customers will garner an accelerated time to value while driving an increased ROI from their infrastructure.”

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