Headquartered in Oceanport, New Jersey, CommVault is a publicly traded data management software company passionately committed to giving companies a better way to organize, protect, and access business information.

CommVault was founded in 1996 and first made its mark with the industry’s leading backup software product. But what CommVault ultimately provides for its 13,500+ customers goes far beyond backup. The unique Solving Forward® philosophy and one-of-a-kind Simpana® software deliver complete data management solutions with infinite scalability and unprecedented control over data and costs.

CommVault has recently been positioned in the “Leaders” quadrant in Gartner’s 2011 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Disk-Based Backup/Recovery. And leading technology companies worldwide have formed strategic partnerships with us, including Dell, HDS, HP, Microsoft, NetApp, VMWare, Novell, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, and Bull.

A wealth of accolades and revenue growth greater than three times the software industry average further reflect the industry’s need and enthusiasm for CommVault’s revolutionary approach to data management.

Simpana Software

With its revolutionary single-platform architecture, Simpana® data and information management software liberates companies from the expense and chaos of legacy data protection software not designed to handle today’s IT realities. The result: A far simpler, saner way to manage, access, and recover business information. It’s a chaos-free state of oneness only our unique single-platform solution can deliver. And with the new migration tools and functionality in Simpana 9, graduating to this superior modern approach is easier than ever before.

 

Modern Data Management

Modern data management is a tightly integrated blend of snapshot, replication and persistent copies that are secure, deduplicated, managed, and accessible through a single, unified platform. Simpana 9 is application, operating system, and disk aware. It quickly creates copies that are highly available, by integrating and leveraging hardware array-based snapshot technologies. Then, data is efficiently moved to appropriate tiers of storage—whether it be disk, tape, or cloud. This data can be seamlessly retrieved for multiple possible uses, including Disaster Recovery, Data Mining, eDiscovery , Compliance, or regulatory requirements. This end-to-end activity is what truly modern data management is all about.