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Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Guest post by Phil Curran
If you visited the Online Launch Site for CommVault Simpana 9 back in October, you may have spent some time in our Virtual Server Protection booth. If you haven't, the launch site is still live, so you can see all the capabilities that the CommVault team delivered with Simpana 9. If you have visited the site, you may recall that we spent some time highlighting some key innovations that Simpana 9 delivers for protecting virtual server environments. In particular, we demonstrated how Simpana 9 can:
These are capabilities that are truly unique in the market today.
Since the launch, we've seen a lot of interest in these capabilities. It's exciting to see how confident our customers are that the data residing behind their virtual servers is protected and recoverable if and when it's needed. This in turn is allowing many of our customers to start deploying even larger VM environments.
Our customers now have another reason to be confident in what we provide. Today, CommVault was named the "Best in Class" virtual server protection solution in the independently researched and written 2011 DCIG Virtual Server Backup Software Buyer's Guide. This recognition confirms what we already knew and what many of our customers already know – CommVault has an unbeatable solution for protecting virtual server environments.
What are your virtual server protection concerns? Are you using Simpana software for your virtual environments? Let us know what you think.
Click here to download and view the full 2011 DCIG Virtual Server Backup Software Buyer's Guide.
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