Building A Data Platform For The Cloud
It has been a pretty good year for Commvault. The company's revenues for its second fiscal quarter 13 percent, led by a 22 percent gain in software sales, while it reduced its GAAP quarter loss to $800,000, down from last year's $4.6 million.
However, for Commvault CEO Robert Hammer, the real growth for the data protection and data management company is only beginning as customers look for ways to better manage data across on-premises, private cloud, and public cloud environments in an integrated fashion.
At the same time, the 18-year-old storage software vendor has to keep an eye on competitors ranging from system vendors like Dell and HPE to upstarts, like Veeam, to stalwarts, like Veritas.
CRN recently discussed the changing data and information management environment with Hammer. To see where Commvault, and the industry as a whole, is moving, turn the page.