Enhanced cloud integration supports new security capabilities.
Commvault, a recognised global enterprise leader in intelligent data services across on-premises, cloud, and software as a service (SaaS) environments, announced General Availability for Feature Release 11.26. These enhancements to our best-in-class Intelligent Data Services help to harden infrastructure against attack and improve recoverability, continuing Commvault’s commitment to mitigating cyber threats – including ransomware – in any infrastructure: on-premises, in the cloud, and even across multiple clouds.
The new enhancements include:
- Utilising hardware-based security tokens, along with common access card support, helps to strengthen customers’ security posture
- Leveraging highly secure cloud authentication methods, including the AWS Key Management System (KMS) and Azure Key Vault
- Extended Disaster Recovery orchestration now includes Object Storage and Big Data File Systems to accommodate larger datasets.
“The enhancements are focused on rock-solid cybersecurity principles and architected for the cloud while continuing to protect on-premises data. Our commitment to constant innovation and industry-leading Intelligent Data Services means that our customers can always combat the latest threats, no matter where their data lives. And new integrations with public cloud providers offer cloud-native support for today’s most critical workloads,” said Ranga Rajagopalan, Vice President of Products, Commvault.