Authored by: Khye Wei, Product Manager, Oracle. Anoop Srivastava, Product Manager, Oracle. Mark Rytwinski, Senior Director, Product Management, Commvault
Nearly 80% of stored data is unused after 90 days! Whether you need a cost-effective cloud storage tier to store large amounts of infrequently accessed data for archiving purposes, or you want to seamlessly extend your on-premises data center to the cloud for inactive data and fixed content, Commvault and Oracle have partnered to meet your needs. The integration between Commvault and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Archive Storage enables you to meet governance, compliance, and preservation requirements in the cloud, while achieving your SLAs and budgetary requirements.
At $0.0026 per GB currently, Archive Storage offers a compelling online alternative to offline vaulted storage. Archive Storage is ideal for compliance and audit mandates, log data for analysis or debugging purposes, historical or infrequently accessed content repository data, or application-generated data for future analysis or legal purposes. Starting in Commvault v11 SP11, Commvault is integrated with both Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage and Archive Storage. Commvault seamlessly moves and manages data across on-premises, private cloud, Object Storage, and Archive Storage while providing data compression, deduplication, and encryption features. In addition, Commvault delivers integrated alerting, reporting, and data verification. With Commvault’s content-indexing functionality, admins can make eDiscovery requests from the Commvault console regardless of where the data lives (on-premises or the cloud).
With the integrated capabilities of Commvault and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, businesses can now effectively tier storage costs according to SLA profile by automatically tiering data to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage and Archive Storage. This ability will significantly reduce the footprint of secondary backup and archive data, reducing overall infrastructure and storage costs while improving SLAs.
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