Commvault, a provider in enterprise backup, recovery, archive and the cloud, announced that it has achieved certified integration with SAP HANA on IBM Power Systems. The new certification extends Commvault’s deep relationship with SAP to provide customers with an underlying data management infrastructure to better protect, manage and process more data faster, lower operational costs, avoid business disruptions, and increase speed to innovation. As a result, SAP customers can improve IT efficiencies and gain greater business value from their data running in SAP HANA.
A long standing SAP Software Solutions partner, Commvault delivers automated backup and recovery of SAP HANA data, including SAP S/4HANA and all other HANA use cases and deployment types. SAP HANA customers can use Commvault for rapid recovery, point-in-time recovery, fast spin-ups as well as refresh of SAP HANA development and test environments or to create clone databases from snapshots with no production impact. Commvault is also tightly integrated with SAP HANA Studio and SAP HANA Cockpit to ensure simple DBA self service and monitoring of data protection tasks.
“Since SAP HANA was first released, Commvault has been focused on ensuring that SAP HANA customers can sleep easy at night knowing that their SAP HANA data is backed up for rapid recovery, if necessary,” said Brian Brockway, Chief Technology Officer at Commvault. “The successful achievement of SAP certification for Commvault with SAP HANA on IBM Power systems further strengthens our partnership with SAP, by demonstrating that SAP and Commvault are working hand-in-hand to help their joint customers ensure that their SAP HANA data is protected.”
With its native snapshot capabilities across the industry’s broadest selection of storage arrays, virtualization platforms, and enterprise applications, the Commvault Data Platform empowers customers to implement modern data management infrastructures that optimize existing IT investments and turn data into strategic business value and insight.
The announcement comes in conjunction with Commvault’s inaugural customer conference, Commvault GO 2016, which brings together Commvault users, partners, employees, analysts and industry luminaries for three days of presentations, knowledge exchange and empowering networks opportunities. Keynote sessions are being held by Gartner’s Dave Russell, technology evangelist Robert Scoble, Microsoft’s Steve Guggenheimer, Cisco’s Satinder Sethi, ESG’s Steve Duplessie and critical thinker Adam Savage (formerly of Mythbusters). Attendees will also hear from technology evangelist, Robert Scoble, the event emcee, and ComputerworldROI magazine Founding Executive Editor, Julia King, who is moderating a panel focused on Computerworld’s Premier 100. Commvault GO 2016 is currently being held in Orlando, Fl.