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Commvault vs Syncsort NSB

Commvault vs Syncsort NSB

Commvault vs Syncsort NSB

I am comparing the possibility of acquiring Commvault or Syncsort NSB. Currently I have a NetApp SAN environment, and also a MS HyperV cluster environment. Syncsort is attempting to sell using their Block Level backup technology, which oddly Commvault also has. Downpoint I am facing for Commvault now is the requirement of media server, master server etcs. Downpoint I am facing for Syncsort now is the ONLY NETAPP endpoint. Please share your views if you have been using either of these backup systems. Thanks in advance.

RE: Commvault vs Syncsort NSB

I was a Commvault guy for 7 years in my previous job. They have a great product but are hugely expensive. I will say though that I never had to tell someone "Sorry I can't recover your file, folder, server, VM, e-mail, sharepoint document, oracle or SQL database etc".

The product worked!

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