Storage vendor CommVault has expanded its long-standing partnership with Rackspace to offer cloud-based disaster recovery to SMEs.
The two partners have worked side-by-side for the past four years to deliver Rackspace's managed services offerings.
CommVault said the move would enable partners to deliver off-premise back up that requires no investment in infrastructure and resources.
Jeff Echols, senior director of cloud strategy and alliances at CommVault, said: “CommVault is redefining mid-market disaster recovery by offering a fully integrated Cloud DR solution, which reduces the financial challenges associated with traditional disaster recovery services.”
Nishan Sivathasan, director of corporate development at Rackspace, added: “[These] cloud services will have a strong appeal to CommVault’s customers that want to extend more data into the cloud without overburdening constrained IT budgets and resources.”
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