The PowerVault DL2300 is the fourth generation of Dell’s PowerVault disk-based data protection appliances designed to help IT departments manage massive data growth, improve resource efficiency, and reduce storage consumption. It combines Dell PowerEdge 12th generation servers with Simpana modern data protection software to provide SMBs integrated data backup, recovery, replication, archiving, deduplication, search, and analytics for both physical and virtual servers.
Simpana 9 software is pre-configured and pre-tested on the PowerVault DL2300 to enable SMBs to transition from setup to scale-out data protection in less than an hour.
According a CommVault press release submitted to ChannelPro-SMB, the PowerVault DL2300 offers up to 192 TB of deduplication storage. “The new appliance incorporates latest-generation processor and memory capabilities to optimize deduplication database configurations for higher backup performance,” the developer states. “The PowerVault DL2300 powered by CommVault can cut administrative time and overhead with built-in, policy-based automation for multiple data and information management processes.”
“We worked closely with Dell to embed the Dell PowerVault DL2300 with a sophisticated feature set ready to cut costs and produce quantifiable backup, recovery, and archive benefits right out of the box,” says David West, CommVault’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing and business development.
The Dell PowerVault DL2300 Appliance powered by CommVault is available immediately in two configurations: a value edition targeted for remote offices and an enterprise edition well suited for data centers and SMB environments. Both configurations include CommVault Simpana 9 software’s capacity-based licensing for backup and archiving.