CommVault HyperScale Appliance Pricing 120T, 96T, 72T, 48T

CommVault HyperScale Appliance price

The Commvault HyperScale Appliance price starts from around $3,000 per month for the 48T model up to $8,000 plus for higher end-models. The Commvault HyperScale Appliance is an integrated Commvault backup appliance built on Commvault HyperScale Software and a scale-out infrastructure.

Part #DescriptionPrice (monthly)
CN-CV-13120-33 Commvault HyperScale Appliance - 120 TB Raw Capacity - Per Unit, Monthly Rate, Subscription - 3 Year, Annual Payment - Pricing
$8,781
CN-CV-13120-31Commvault HyperScale Appliance - 120 TB Raw Capacity - Per Unit, Monthly Rate, Subscription - 3 Year, Upfront Payment - Pricing$7,635
CN-CV-1396-33Commvault HyperScale Appliance - 96 TB Raw Capacity - Per Unit, Monthly Rate, Subscription - 3 Year, Annual Payment - Pricing$7,135
CN-CV-1396-31Commvault HyperScale Appliance - 96 TB Raw Capacity - Per Unit, Monthly Rate, Subscription - 3 Year, Upfront Payment - Pricing$6,297
CN-CV-1372-33Commvault HyperScale Appliance - 72 TB Raw Capacity - Per Unit, Monthly Rate, Subscription - 3 Year, Annual Payment - Pricing$5,246
CN-CV-1372-31Commvault HyperScale Appliance - 72 TB Raw Capacity - Per Unit, Monthly Rate, Subscription - 3 Year, Upfront Payment - Pricing$4,659
CN-CV-1348-33Commvault HyperScale Appliance - 48 TB Raw Capacity - Per Unit, Monthly Rate, Subscription - 3 Year, Annual Payment - Pricing$3,783
CN-CV-1348-31Commvault HyperScale Appliance - 48 TB Raw Capacity - Per Unit, Monthly Rate, Subscription - 3 Year, Upfront Payment - Pricing$3,400
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CommVault Solutions Overview and Pricing

CommVault the Company

Commvault offers data protection and information management solutions to mid-level and enterprise-level organizations worldwide. Commvault helps companies access, protect and use all of their data.

Founded in 1988, Commvault is publicly traded (NASDAQ: CVLT) and headquartered in Tinton Falls, New Jersey.

CommVault HyperScale Appliance

Commvault HyperScale Appliances adds scale-out infrastructure to the Commvault Data Platform. It can integrate with storage arrays, hypervisors, applications and cloud providers. It takes advantage of a built-in operating environment, virtualization, and storage technologies from Red Hat. This backup product is primarily aimed at the secondary storage market, which Commvault believes accounts for 70% of customer data.

The appliance version integrates compute, storage, networking, virtualization, backup and recovery, lifecycle data management and analytics into a single platform. A software only option is available in different sizes and models from the likes of Dell, Fujitsu, Cisco, Lenovo, HPE, Super Micro Computer and Huawei.

Commvault HyperScale Appliance is offered as a subscription and available in four configurations based on the usable TB capacity. The subscription includes the hardware, software, installation, maintenance and a hardware refresh at the time of subscription renewal.

Commvault HyperScale Appliance begins at under $25,000 per year for 29 TB usable capacity (Base2) Appliance, five-year subscription. Solutions increase in price based on the capacity size, configuration, and the selected alliance partners’ compute/storage platform (software solutions with a reference design).

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Infinidat Infinibox F6000 Cost and Pricing

Infinidat Pricing, F6230, F6240, F6260, F6280 Models

Infinidat F6230 and F6240 Market Price List

InfiniBox F6000 is a enterprise class storage array that offers unmatched reliability and throughput for critical workloads. Additionally, the InfiniBox F6230, f6240, f6260 and f6280 unified storage platform offers a low total cost of ownership (TCO). Budgetary market pricing for Infinidat F6230 with 1PB of capacity is roughly $1,100,000 while an F6240 with 1.3PB of capacity may run you $1,500,000…without SSD.

Infinidat F6260 and F6280 Market Pricing Cost

The InfiniBox F6000 series offers the utmost in performance, availability, flexibility and ease-of-use for critical workloads and offers a low total cost of ownership (TCO). The market price for Infinidat F6260 with 2PB of capacity is roughly $1,900,000 while an F6280 with 2.7PB of capacity may run you $2,500,000.

Source: Market pricing based on publicly available sources

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Rubrik R334 Appliance Pricing

Rubrik R334 Appliance Pricing

The Rubrik R334 is priced around $100,000 with 3-node, 36TB, dual-port 10GBase-T NIC, incl RCDM. The appliance is a 2u, rack mounted appliance that weighs roughly 93 pounds.

The Rubrik r334 is built for small to medium sized businesses. Rubrik redefines how data can be simply managed across data protection, disaster recovery, archival for compliance and long term retention, application development, and data analytics.

  • CPU – 3 x Intel 8-Core 2.4GHz Haswell
  • Memory – 192GB DDR4
  • Max Power Consumption – 666 Watts

Rubrik delivers the industry’s first Converged Data Management Platform by combining backup software and globally de-duplicated storage into a single, scale-out fabric. Rubrik can scale to thousands of nodes in a single, horizontal system.

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Infinidat Pricing

Infinidat Pricing Across F2000 F4000Models

Infinidat F2240 and F2260 Market Price

InfiniBox F2000 is a midrange storage array (starting with 250TB of usable capacity) that offers unmatched reliability and throughput for critical workloads. Additionally, the InfiniBox F2000 unified storage platform offers a low total cost of ownership (TCO). Budgetary market pricing for Infinidat F2240 with 331TB of capacity is roughly $475,000 while an F2260 with 500TB of capacity may run you $600,000.

Infinidat F4240 and F4260 Market Price

The InfiniBox F4000 series offers the utmost in performance, availability, flexibility and ease-of-use for critical workloads and offers a low total cost of ownership (TCO). The market price for Infinidat F4240 with 680TB of capacity is roughly $720,000 while an F4260 with 1.02PB of capacity may run you $1,000,000.

Source: Market pricing based on public sources

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Veritas 7330 Appliance Pricing

Veritas 7330 Appliance Pricing Sample

A Veritas Velocity 7330 Appliance list price is between $450,000 and $750,000 depending on the configuration and capacity.

The Veritas Velocity 7330 appliance is an intelligent copy data management device (with storage) that dramatically accelerates and streamlines data access needed to achieve desired business outcomes in areas of application development, analytics and recovery. It reduces the cost of managing multiple copies of data.

The Veritas 7330 delivers high performance, scalable capacity, and resiliency to provide rapid on demand self-service access to data without the burden of creating, storing and maintaining physical copies and eliminating the need to get IT functions involved by virtualizing a single copy of production data ingested directly from the workload source or made available through NetBackup™. Pricing varies.

Veritas 7330 Feature Highlights

• Agile, scalable, integrated appliance—save time and money vs. build your own.
• Ideal for enterprise environments—available at 229TB of usable capacity, the Velocity 7330 appliance is designed for larger enterprises and data centers requiring performance, capacity, and resiliency.
• Improve resource utilization with built-in deduplication.
• Address capital and operating expenditures—reduce floor space, power and cooling costs.
• Easily scale capacity and performance as your organization grows.
• Resilient hardware architecture—dual RAID controllers and multiple data paths deliver exceptional data protection and system availability, along with redundant hot swap components.
• Simplify, automate, and improve the appliance support experience using integrated Veritas™

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Zerto Pricing

Zerto Pricing Example (15 VMs)

…the Zerto Cloud Appliance (ZCA) must be installed and powered on in an AWS M3.xlarge EC2 instance at all times. This means you’re spending $2300 per Zerto instance, per year. When you add that to the already expensive licensing cost which is minimum of 15 VMs at $1000 per year or $15,000 you get $17,300.

Excerpt from Unitrends blog

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Nimble Storage All-Flash, Entry Level Pricing

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Nimble Storage all-flash at entry level price

Nimble Storage this week unveiled a new entry-level, full-featured, all-flash storage array with a starting street price of under $40,000.

Nimble Storage also said it has completely refreshed its hybrid flash array line to include significantly higher performance and lower cost, said Gavin Cohen, head of product marketing for the San Jose, Calif.-based company.

The release of the company’s new entry-level, all-flash array comes just six months after Nimble Storage, best known for its hybrid flash array solutions, unveiled its first all-flash arrays.

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Since that launch, all-flash arrays accounted for 12 percent of the company’s total array revenue, Cohen told CRN. He could not yet comment on growth in this quarter because Nimble Storage, as a public company, has yet to report the figures.

Nimble Storage’s new AF1000 can scale to up to 165 TBs of flash storage capacity in a 4U enclosure, or up to 2 petabytes effective capacity and 350,000 IOPS in 12U of space, Cohen said.

The starting end-user price of under $40,000 includes 11 TBs of raw capacity, three years of support, and the full range of storage services Nimble Storage provides for its other systems.

The new model includes an all-inclusive software license with flat support pricing and no forklift upgrades required. Customers can also purchase Nimble Storage’s Timeless Storage package, which offers customers a three-controller upgrade after three years.

As the cost of flash storage continues to fall, it is possible that all of a customer’s storage will go to all-flash arrays, said Alan McDonald, president and CEO of All Connected, a Simi Valley, Calif.-based solution provider and long-time partner of Nimble Storage.

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