Cloud backup and recovery provider Commvault have partnered with Alibaba Cloud in a bid to provide data management solutions to enterprise customers. As per the terms of the deal, Commvault and Alibaba Cloud seek to facilitate scalable and secure cloud solutions by leveraging each other’s technology prowess.
Alibaba Cloud say that enterprises are undergoing a major overhaul to meet international standards of digital transformation. They say that this transformation will be able to give them an advantage in the ever-evolving business landscape.
By partnering with Commvault, Alibaba Cloud say that they will integrate the former’s backup and disaster recovery services in their cloud offerings to provide secure cloud data solutions. They say that with this integration, Alibaba Cloud’s customers will be able to rely on Commvault’s support while migrating to the cloud.
Speaking about the deal, Dajiang Han, Head of Global Alliance at Alibaba Cloud Global, commented:
We are excited to enter this strategic partnership with Commvault and concertedly empower our customers through advanced cloud computing and data management capabilities.
As cloud continues to serve as the backbone of today’s digital economy, Alibaba Cloud and Commvault are committed to deliver innovative technologies to address the ever-growing challenges in data storage, processing, management and protection.
Commvault are quite excited about this alliance with Alibaba Cloud. They say that this alliance is bound to strengthen their business relationship with Alibaba and allow customers to reap the benefits of a multi-cloud strategy.
Explaining this, Owen Taraniuk, Vice President of Worldwide Partnerships and Market Development at Commvault, said:
The strategic combination of Commvault’s leadership in backup & recovery and moving data to, from and between clouds and Alibaba Cloud’s strengths will provide customers with scalable and secure cloud data solutions, while supporting the acceleration of digital transformations across the globe.