Cohesity, the worldwide renowned platform for hyperconverged secondary storage solutions has joined hands with Microsoft to deliver the users multiple secondary applications as well as data on hybrid cloud architecture. The company has revealed about the collaboration with Microsoft Exchange Online, providing the companies to get the features of Microsoft’s cloud-based mail application apart from leveraging from Cohesity’s enterprise-grade data protection solution.
All these features are available within a single, web-scale secondary data platform. The company has also announced that it will render support for Microsoft Azure Data Box to fit large datasets in Azure Blob storage. Additionally, Cohesity will also provide full lifecycle disaster recovery capabilities among Azure and on-premises environment.
Cohesity believes that public cloud adoption is expanding at a great pace and most of the companies are pondering for an effective single solution to organize their organization’s secondary data, which further includes backups and applications. As this trend is growing, the company also declares an unexpected rise in joint customers embracing various offerings from Cohesity and Azure.
Lynn Lucas, chief marketing officer, Cohesity, has said that this collaboration with the biggest tech giant has driven huge significance for the customers. Together we will deliver a broad range of support for the users using cloud architecture and SaaS-based applications.
We are extremely happy to view the increasing number of businesses making the most of Microsoft’s hybrid cloud capabilities along with embracing Cohesity’s web-scale platform, said Tad Brockway, general manager, Azure Storage at Microsoft Corp. As this company continues to deliver highly advanced integration with the biggest tech giant, most of the enterprises will be able to ensure the protection, storage, and best utilization of their data in a pocket-friendly way.
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