Commvault Simplifies And Automates Cloud Protection for Enterprise Kubernetes Workloads

Commvault, a global enterprise leader in data management across on-premises, cloud, and SaaS environments, today announced expanded protection for Kubernetes workloads, including fully automated management, replication, migration, and security enhancements, across its entire portfolio. The new features, delivered through Commvault Complete™ Data Protection and Metallic® offerings, provide customers with simple management and enterprise-grade protection for hybrid, multi-cloud environments. 

Organizations are increasingly adopting Kubernetes to modernize their environments and accelerate the migration of applications to the cloud. According to Gartner, by 2025, 85 per cent of global enterprises will be running containerized applications in production.

By integrating Kubernetes protection into its portfolio, Commvault is enabling enterprises to innovate. The latest Kubernetes data protection enhancements include:

  • Complete, cloud-native protection and recoverability for the entire Kubernetes ecosystem, including full clusters, namespaces, and ETCD and SSL certification protection
  • Faster, simpler development testing and lifecycle events with seamless migrations of Kubernetes applications between clusters, distributions, versions, and storage
  • Cost-effective disaster recovery by replacing business-critical applications offsite for on-demand application recovery – with no long-running infrastructure 

Named a leader and outperformer in GigaOm’s 2022 Radar report for Kubernetes Data Protection, Commvault’s Metallic portfolio is the only Data Management as a Service (DMaaS) solution to meet FedRAMP Ready High status, addressing a critical gap in the market. Partnering with NetApp, Commvault delivers Metallic Government Cloud, providing much needed Kubernetes data protection to federal and government agencies.

To learn more about Commvault’s Kubernetes offerings, register now for Commvault Connections, where Poulton will be leading a session – “Is Kubernetes Cloud-Native Data Protection the Next Frontier?”

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