Evalueserve, a leader in analytics consulting, has selected Commvault , a data solutions provider, to automate its data protection processes.
Evalueserve will be deploying Commvault Complete Data Protection to securely encrypt backup copies and rapidly restore them, even in case of any ransomware attack.
Evalueserve is currently using Commvault to protect its on-premises data, including databases, applications, and file servers. Evalueserve has six operating centres globally. The company plans to expand the Commvault backup solution to support its hybrid-cloud environment.
“With the deduplication feature of Commvault, we have reduced the overall storage size by 50 percent and eliminated 250 tape costs annually as a result of replacing disk-based backup,” said Anuj Joshi, vice president (Information Technology) at Evalueserve.
Evalueserve, a partner to Fortune500 organizations, uses its mind+machine methodology to design unique solutions that generate and harness insights on a large scale.
“Data security is something that we view as a culture within the company. With Commvault Command Center, unauthorized access to data can be eliminated by using the role-based access control,” said Sachin Jain, CIO and CISO at Evalueserve.
By adopting Commvault, Evalueserve can quickly complete the restoration drill 57 percent faster than before. The improved efficiency helped the Company to accelerate the turnaround time for backup and restore by 50 percent.
“We are thankful to Evalueserve for choosing and trusting Commvault technology that is cost-effective, scalable and proven to deliver,” said Ramesh Mamgain, country head, India & SAARC, Commvault.
Evalueserve has seen up to 300 percent data growth and it needed to ensure timely backups and restore data whenever it is needed. Evalueserve cut backup windows to 16 hours compared to 36 hours before by automating the process with Commvault.