Alibaba Cloud enters alliance with Commvault

Alibaba Cloud has teamed up with US-based Commvault to provide hybrid cloud data management solutions (Image 5432action / iStockPhoto)

Alibaba Cloud has forged a partnership with US-based enterprise backup, recovery and archive company Commvault to provide advanced hybrid cloud data management solutions.

The partnership will see the companies leveraging each other's technology and market presence to develop solutions aimed at helping customers worldwide accelerate digital transformations.

It covers the joint delivery of data processing capabilities over Alibaba Cloud managed and accessed through the Commvault unified data management platform.

Commvault will also provide centralized support from engineering and customer support teams. Both companies will meanwhile share knowledge including partner evaluations and feedback, and use this knowledge to develop tailored offerings and upgrades for customers.

“We are excited to enter this strategic partnership with Commvault and concertedly empower our customers through advanced cloud computing and data management capabilities. Digital transformation is the new benchmark for companies amidst an increasingly competitive landscape, and data is at the core of this journey,” Alibaba Cloud Global head of global alliances Daijang Han said.

“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."


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