It was one incredible day when I met with Justin Mason, Associate Director / Vendor & Operations at Uni of Canberra in Denver, Colorado. We started our discussion by talking about the Commvault GO Denver event. He shared his thoughts and recent success stories around his work with Commvault to solve the University of Canberra’s need for a Backup, Archive, and Commvault Disaster Recovery Backup solution for approximately 150 TB of data ( circa 2013 ). He even talked about the Uni’s successful use of AWS as a cloud platform “endpoint” to store data on using Commvault solutions for long term Commvault Archiving Solution ( circa 2017 ). We also discussed “where to from here with Commvault” and how the Uni plans further to take the benefit of Commvault’s technology and solutions and resume strengthening the partnership/relationship. At last, he shared his key takeaways from Commvault GO 2019 and plenty more.
The video opened with Dez introducing Justing and asking him to talk about his roles and responsibilities as Associate Director / Vendor & Operations at Uni of Canberra in Denver. He even shared about his inspiring journey and career path.
In the discourse, I asked him to share his views on the recent exciting project of the University of Canberra and Commvault.
Further in the discourse, Justin stated that in the pretty early days of the integration, he wasn’t so sure if it was going to work reliably and obviously if it was cost-effective, or what’s a performance going to be like, so he initiated to talk to convo rep and AWS rep as well, and that was right from the get-go that was the best thing to do.
At last, Dez congratulated Justin on his two fantastic successes circa 2013 in 2017 with regard to your ger solution with convo and WS and the archive solution.
To learn more, explore – http://j.mp/commvaultgo2019