Emirates Steel & Commvault: Protecting Manufacturing Supply Chain


Commvault, a distinguished global enterprise software organization in the management of data for cloud and on-premises ecosystems, recently announced that Emirates Steel had incorporated Commvault HyperScale to support its digitalization objectives and safeguard its manufacturing procedures.
Abu Dhabi based Emirates Steel is completely government-owned. At full potential, its 11 plants generate 3.5 million tons of steel products, such as sheets, bars, and reinforced blocks, every year for the construction business. The company’s digitalization attempts include moving its SAP sections to the cloud through Microsoft public cloud explications.
As per Mohammed Azam, IT Infrastructure Officer at Emirates Steel, the backup was a hurdle with underlying technology scattered across various environments and operating on aging Dell hardware. Although the company initially liked Rubrik’s flexible interface but recognized, at the Commvault GO event, that Commvault HyperScale demonstrated a more effective solution with an interface that was just as user-friendly but with the significant difference that could assist Emirates Steel to install it quickly and making it work perfectly across their complex environment.
Commvault HyperScale and Commvault Complete Backup & Recovery shield 400 terabytes of data hosted in numerous SAP systems and including SQL databases, email catalog, and 20 virtual devices. Commvault HyperScale is simple to install and utilize. Interoperability with both public cloud and on-premises environments suggests Emirates Steel can make IT investment decisions that boost their competitive advantage without having to agonize about backup.
Two Commvault HyperScale assemblages replicate data linking the company’s data center and disaster recovery section to provide strong business continuity capabilities. Commvault gives Emirates Steel confidence that they can recuperate rapidly from any scenario, including potential ransomware attacks. Emirates Steel can now recover a critical database in less than 90 minutes associated with three hours previously.
Commvault also supports Emirates Steel accelerate their digital roadmap by making it manageable to add new services and datasets. Any disruption to Emirates Steel’s operational systems and the generation of steel would have a national influence. By maximizing data availability, Emirates Steel can boost productivity and safeguard the manufacturing supply chain.
According to Wael Mustafa, Area Vice President Middle East, South Africa & Turkey at Commvault, they are happy to extend their longstanding relationship with Emirates Steel by adding their latest HyperScale functionality and flexibility. Commvault’s HyperScale solutions are proposing increased data availability and business continuity assurance to many of the biggest organizations across the region.