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Commvault Webinars

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  • Commvault Talks #2: Are you ready for GDPR? Commvault Talks #2: Are you ready for GDPR? Thomas Sharkey, Commvault Advanced Solutions Group Recorded: Dec 6 2016 49 mins
    Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now a reality and organisations have until May 2018 to be compliant.

    While that may not seem imminent, the complexity involved in addressing this shift makes it more important than ever for organisations to understand the regulatory requirements and how to action their business to prepare for them.

    These regulations require you to take a fresh look at how you manage your data and information, specifically where you store your data – in the cloud or on-premise – and how to leverage it for analytics.

    Join us on this webinar to hear from Commvault Advanced Solutions Group expert Thomas Sharkey.
  • Commvault Talks #1: Top Considerations for Data Management in the Cloud Commvault Talks #1: Top Considerations for Data Management in the Cloud Marc Lucas, Systems Engineer, Commvault Recorded: Nov 24 2016 58 mins
    Commvault Talks is a series of live webinars in which our experts will uncover the challenges and issues organisations face in managing data.

    From data in the cloud to compliance and GDPR, big data management to endpoint data protection, Commvault Talks will equip you with essential take-aways and enable you to drive your organisation's data management strategy forward.

    Our series kicks off with a topic on everyone’s agenda: managing your data in the era of the cloud. Join us on this webinar, in which we will show you:

    •How to reduce the complexity associated with cloud data management

    •What steps you need to take to ensure that your data is securely protected, yet easily accessible

    •Why a single platform is critical in building a robust disaster recovery strategy for the cloud
  • Backup and Beyond Backup and Beyond Marc Lucas, Systems Engineer, Commvault Recorded: Nov 22 2016 33 mins
    Commvault, in partnership with CMS Distribution and Asystec, presents:

    • Key reasons why most backup and data management solutions do not work
    • The top 10 data protection time wasters
    • 5 important questions to ask before you renew with your current backup and data management vendor
    • How Commvault can help your organisation fix its broken Backup and Data Management Strategy
  • Applying Cloud Economics to Your Data with Commvault Software Applying Cloud Economics to Your Data with Commvault Software Matt Chiott, Senior Director of Pricing Strategy, Commvault Recorded: Nov 10 2016 26 mins
    If you’re looking to shift IT costs to OPEX, you need to know how Commvault’s progressive licensing strategies can help you, and enable data management at an effective price.

    As new technologies continue to disrupt traditional IT, acquisition flexibility is key to aligning technologies, infrastructure, and innovation with the economics of cloud, allowing for flexible shifts to OPEX.

    View this content now to hear from Commvault Senior Director of Pricing Strategy, Matt Chiott.
  • Data Protection & Management for Invisible Infrastructure Data Protection & Management for Invisible Infrastructure Duco de Graaf, Alliance Systems Engineer, EMEA and Marc Lucas, Systems Engineer, Channel, UK & I Recorded: Oct 19 2016 29 mins
    Whatever your business is striving for, it will be underpinned by Infrastructure. This infrastructure could be yours, it might be rented from someone else (for example in the cloud), or it could be a hybrid.

    It could involve the traditional three-tiered approach of compute, storage or virtualisation…or it could involve the “invisible infrastructure” approach of integrating compute, storage and virtualisation into an appliance.

    In this talk we will focus on the continued importance of data protection and data management and how this goes hand in hand with both your existing and future business infrastructure.

    During the session you will get an overview of the Commvault Data management suite and the seamless integration of the Nutanix Appliance

    * Why data protection is still important for modern infrastructure
    * The value of modernising: expanding your recovery use-cases
    * Modern DR for your modern infrastructure
    * Commvault + Nutanix
  • Backup & Recovery and DR for Next Generation Infrastructure Backup & Recovery and DR for Next Generation Infrastructure Nigel Tozer, Director, CommVault Recorded: Aug 17 2016 42 mins
    With many organisations modernising their infrastructure, it’s easy to think that the new systems will be catered for by existing data protection tools, or even that data protection is ‘built in’. In most cases, neither is true. Out of the box these solutions stacks (and others like them) don’t provide the VM and application recovery options and DR that you need in our ‘always on’ world. And if you don’t modernise your backup and recovery processes, you could be missing some game-changing technology.

    Modern approaches to protect data on systems such as FlexPod, flash arrays, converged and hyper-converged systems can provide VM and Application aware protection that can increase your ability to recover critical data, simplify recovery and DR processes and help you leverage cloud without the need for separate tools or cloud gateways. It also allows you to streamline dev and test operations and leverage commodity hardware for secondary storage to reduce your costs.

    The session will cover:

    • Why data protection is important flash and hyper-converged and converged systems

    • The value of modernising: expanding your recovery options

    • Modern Disaster Recovery for your modern infrastructure

    Many organisations have their data protection fragmented between different systems, based on virtual, legacy, cloud and hardware specific tools; choosing modern solutions for your new infrastructure could be the first step to unifying these systems to reduce costs and do more with your data.

    Keywords: Backup, Recovery, Disaster Recovery, DR, FlexPod, SmartStack, FlashStack, converged, software defined, Cisco, Netapp, Nimble, Pure, Cloud
  • Protect Your Software Defined Data Centre Leveraging Public Cloud DR Services Protect Your Software Defined Data Centre Leveraging Public Cloud DR Services Nigel Tozer – Product Marketing Director, EMEA. Matjaz Sobocan – Solution Specialist, EMEA Recorded: Jun 16 2016 33 mins
    Join Commvault experts to understand the best practice considerations of leveraging public cloud disaster recovery services when protecting your Software-Defined Data Centre (SDDC).

    As awareness of the potential benefits of a Software Defined Data Centre has begun to resonate around CxO’s, the value and importance of disaster recovery provisioning has been challenged by the notion that clustering and high availability could be sufficient to accommodate the recovery needs (i.e. no DR provisioning is required).

    In this webinar we'll look at the significant risks and pitfalls that a 'non DR' strategy can pose and learn about the five step programme to optimise your chances of recovery when working with Public Cloud providers.
  • Enabling Multi-Speed IT with Cisco and Commvault Enabling Multi-Speed IT with Cisco and Commvault Nigel Tozer, Solutions Marketing Director EMEA Commvault, Stephen Dallas, EMEAR Storage Sales Lead Cisco Recorded: Mar 24 2016 34 mins
    At the recent Cisco Live event in Berlin, one of the most frequent questions we were asked was ‘How do I embrace to multi-speed IT?’. With traditional IT teams struggling to manage reduced budgets and a lack of time, multi-speed IT better equips you to meet the demands of the business and boost the competitiveness of your organisation. This joint webinar from Cisco and Commvault will explore:

    •The benefits: Why multi-speed IT is important
    •Building a Platform for Multi-speed IT
    •Considerations for Data & Applications
    •How transformation can pay for itself

    By boosting your team's your agility, funds can flow from Lines of Business that might ordinarily go elsewhere, so this is a session you should not miss. If you’re about to embark on this journey or looking for new ideas to enhance your transformation, Cisco and Commvault can help.
  • 5 Ways to Significantly Boost Efficiency in Your Hybrid Cloud 5 Ways to Significantly Boost Efficiency in Your Hybrid Cloud Nigel Tozer, Director Product Marketing, CommVault Recorded: Feb 18 2016 42 mins
    Cloud was initially pitched as a way to reduce waste and boost agility, but for many, agility has been the main gain. The boost to budgets is often only felt initially by shifting the spend from CAPEX to OPEX, but without careful management those utility bills can become crippling. This session looks a number of ways that are proven to reduce costs with some real-world examples. Even if cost saving isn’t on your agenda, the same tools and processes will also help you to scale quicker and efficiently extend your service catalogue.

    The 5 topics we will cover will help you to:
    Reduce your spending on infrastructure and licenses
    Help you to reduce your Opex cloud billing
    Simplify hybrid provisioning processes
    Enable new cloud use-cases to keep LOB owners happy

    We look forward to seeing you at the session!
  • The Five Principles for Data Protection in a Software Defined Data Centre The Five Principles for Data Protection in a Software Defined Data Centre Nigel Tozer – Product Marketing Director, EMEA. Andrew Tomkins – Solution Specialist, EMEA Recorded: Nov 18 2015 45 mins
    Server Virtualisation has rapidly become an integral part of the IT landscape for most organisations, with upsides for both the business and the IT department. But, what’s next when it comes to managing your data?
    One likely destination is the Software-Defined Data Centre (SDDC). Whilst the definition of the SDDC varies, and analysts debate how close to reality they really are, the consistent theme is the need for a high degree of virtualisation and process automation, driven by software, to deliver infrastructure as a service, in order to deliver benefit to the business.

    A software-defined data centre (SDDC) is a data storage facility in which all elements of the infrastructure -- networking, storage, CPU and security – are virtualized and delivered as a service. Deployment, provisioning, configuration and operation of the entire infrastructure is abstracted from hardware and implemented through software.

    Understanding the ramifications of the emergence of the SDDC, as well as the benefits, is central to gaining buy-in across an organisation. Join Commvault on the first of a series of webinars: “The Top 5 Principles of Backup Service Optimisation in a Software-Defined Data Centre”. Hosted by experts in the field of information and data management, you’ll increase your knowledge through valuable insights to aid in your transformational planning.