PaceCloud, a leading IT, networking, and internet services provider from Bangladesh today announced the implementation of Commvault Complete™ Backup & Recovery to support the delivery of its backup-as-a-service (BaaS) and other cloud offerings to customers around the globe. The provider also announced the integration of Commvault Complete™ Backup & Recovery with Cisco’s cloud infrastructure products, to launch the CloudCenter multi-cloud management tool.
PaceCloud is a leader providing next-gen solutions in the BIMSTEC Region.
“By seamlessly integrating Commvault solutions with Cisco cloud products, we have a highly flexible and interoperable infrastructure to underpin the delivery of our cloud services now and in the future,” said Chowdhury Qamrul Huda, Chief Technology Officer at PaceCloud.
PaceCloud has integrated Commvault Complete™ Backup & Recovery with Cisco’s cloud infrastructure products, including HyperFlex hyper-converged systems and the CloudCenter multi-cloud management tool. This powerful combination enables PaceCloud to protect business-critical amounts of virtual machines simultaneously to support multi-cloud data center environments.
Commvault Complete™ Backup & Recovery will also support PaceCloud’s ambitions to become a global cloud service provider by optimizing protection for its infrastructure and BaaS customer data.
“We selected the Commvault solution because of its ability to back up a huge range of applications, databases, systems, and virtual machines, which is a real differentiator in the market,” said Huda. “This empowers us to offer BaaS solutions to our customers and support future growth.”
“We are pleased to support PaceCloud in becoming leading providers across the region for BaaS offerings and delivering real value to their customers with Commvault functionality,” said Ramesh Mamgain, Area Vice President – India & SAARC, Commvault. “As well as this their innovative integration of market-leading Cisco solutions powered by Commvault Complete™ Backup & Recovery is creating strategic and competitive value to an increasing number of organizations.”
Commvault Complete™ Backup & Recovery will enable PaceCloud customers to perform customized backups in the cloud and to improve business continuity. “Our customers can easily set up and monitor their own backup processes and manage recovery via the Commvault Command Center,” commented Huda.
PaceCloud now has the foundations it needs to deliver BaaS and other cloud services to customers around the globe, improving its competitive advantage. “We have invested heavily in data centers and technologies that will enable us to become a public cloud provider. We are leveraging these cloud services to expand into new markets, including Southeast Asia and North America,” said Huda.
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