Commvault Reduces Data Governance, Risk, and Compliance Gaps with Metallic File and Object Archiving

Commvault has launched an all-new data management-as-a-service (DMaaS) solution, Metallic File and Object Archive, offering a new approach to data protection designed to reduce storage costs, while transforming the way organizations manage their governance, risk and compliance.

Organizations must keep pace with global and industry regulations, which can create gaps in an organization’s ability to manage its data across all live sources and backup sources. The end result is data proliferation, increased risk of data vulnerabilities, and lack of visibility and information. In addition to staffing shortages and budget constraints, businesses around the world are struggling to meet compliance guidelines and protect their data.

“When you look at the numbers and the cost models for compliance and long-term data protection, it’s clear that throwing more high-performance storage at the problem isn’t going to make it go away,” Johnny Yu said. , Research Director at IDC. “Archiving should be considered not just for the inherent long-term cost and time savings, but also as an isolated solution in an organization’s overall data resiliency strategy.”

Commvault says it has the solution, with its Metal file and object archivewhich will be available next quarter.

The product directly addresses the need for deep insights into critical data through archival modeling delivered as SaaS with air gap protection. It is a comprehensive solution for cost-effective data placement that leverages data insights, access controls, tagging, metadata search, audit trails, and reporting to help manage compliance needs on a large amount of unstructured data. The result is a lower cost solution that helps reduce the risk of non-compliance.

With predictable cost modeling, actionable data insights, flexible storage options, and compliance-ready operations, Metallic File and Object Archive enables organizations to reduce costs, meet compliance needs, and reduce management overhead with the simplicity of SaaS.

Commvault will provide more product details in a online session“More data, more risk? Introducing our latest SaaS-delivered data service.”


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