Commvault projects Cleanroom Recovery for ransomware thwarting customers


In today’s digital landscape, the threat of ransomware attacks looms over businesses of all sizes and industries. The emergence of AI-powered cyber-crime has only exacerbated this risk, making robust defense mechanisms more crucial than ever.

Enter Commvault, offering a solution that stands out in the battle against ransomware. Commvault’s Cleanroom Recovery leverages Microsoft Azure cloud infrastructure to provide customers with a secure space for immutable data backups. This innovative platform not only serves as a backup repository but also doubles as a testing environment for companies seeking to fortify their ransomware recovery strategies.

With Cleanroom Recovery, businesses gain access to a flexible and scalable infrastructure that simplifies the testing of data recovery plans across diverse IT environments. What’s more, the pay-as-you-go model ensures cost-effectiveness and peace of mind for customers utilizing Microsoft Azure cloud services.

Instantiation, a term commonly used in object-oriented programming, signifies the rapid creation of instances—a concept integral to Cleanroom Recovery’s agility and efficiency. This solution empowers customers to detect the latest recovered instances and tailor their recovery sequences to suit their workload requirements. Additionally, Cleanroom Recovery facilitates seamless conversion of virtual machines from any hypervisor to Azure VMs, ensuring adaptability and compatibility.

For organizations seeking to fortify their cyber recovery strategies and establish a secure storage environment, Commvault’s Cleanroom Recovery, powered by Metallic AI, offers an intelligent defense against ransomware attacks.

Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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