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Commvault and Revera bring new cloud data protection offering to NZ

15 Feb 16

Commvault has introduced Revera Vault as a new cloud storage target for backup and archiving to the cloud.

The new data protection to the cloud offering addresses concerns around data sovereignty for New Zealand organisations and government agencies, according to the company.

The Revera Vault will be pre-integrated as a backup target, providing Commvault customers with the option to unify on-premise data protection, backup, and archiving workloads with a New Zealand-based storage cloud.

“Customers today want quick and easy access to multiple platforms,” says Keith Archibald, Revera chief innovation officer.

“Pre-integrating complementary services like Revera Vault makes complete sense. Shifting data between Commvault and Revera Vault is effortless, because there’s no need to redevelop for our platform,” he says.

Launched earlier this year, Revera Vault introduced object-based cloud storage services compatible with Amazon’s widely adopted S3 connector, providing an in-country cloud offering with public cloud features and pricing.

Commvault also recently announced an extension of their Amazon S3 Standard-IA storage class.

“Commvault offers companies around the world greater options in how they can leverage cloud. This partnership with Revera has further bolstered our ability to simplify data protection and management workflow between our customers’ data centres and cloud storage,” says Prasanna Gulasekharam, Commvault country manager for New Zealand.

“Organisations want the flexibility to access and move their information to and from the cloud securely and simply. This allows us to integrate cloud APIs, enable easy and seamless access to data, and pave the way for customers and resellers to take advantage of flexible pay-as-you-go cloud storage,” he says.

The launch comes following the recent announcement of Commvault’s Integrated Solutions Portfolio, enabling customers to access, protect and share critical business information.

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