Catalogic Software Expands its Enterprise Data Protection Expertise to Kubernetes
Catalogic Software has announced bringing its enterprise data protection expertise to Kubernetes and cloud-native applications.
FREMONT, CA: Catalogic Software, a leading provider of smart data protection and copy data management solutions, has announced that it is bringing its enterprise data protection expertise to Kubernetes and cloud-native applications. The company has added direct offload to cloud from storage collections to its flagship ECX copy data management (CDM) solution. The organization is still focused on storage vendor partnerships with HPE, IBM, NetApp, and Pure Storage. It has even maintained its business plan and strategic initiatives for 2020 in the face of the economic and social difficulties driven by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Despite the challenges of the global pandemic, our progress in further expanding our global installed base to major new customers including a large medical research and health services entity, educational institutes, and manufacturing companies is keeping us on our plan,” said Sathya Sankaran, COO of Catalogic Software. “The importance of giving back has never been stronger, so we are extending our free trials to 180 days to help struggling small businesses benefit from our solutions at no cost. Heading into 2021, we are repositioning our solutions as a Smart Data Suite that includes freemium offerings, and we will introduce a beta release of a new cloud-native container backup service.”
The Catalogics ecosystem of tactical partnerships with major industry players like IBM, HPE, Pure, and NetApp is continuously increasing new channel revenue opportunities. Catalogic DPX and ECX can easily allow important data protection, copy data management, cost reductions, and productivity developments for enterprise organizations. Catalogic's open-source KubeDR, automated backup, and disaster recovery utilized for Kubernetes clusters offer essential data protection and has been downloaded almost 500,000 times this year.
The Catalogic ECX can manage snapshots, replication, and cloning of the present storage and virtual infrastructure in a customer environment. The Catalogic ECX customers can even manage snapshot SLAs and self-service recovery utilized for virtual machines through its centralized platform and clone application servers with numerous SQL Databases, multi-TB Oracle RACs, and large SAP HANA deployments.
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