Actifio, Persistent Systems partner to aid enterprises with data stack modernization

Actifio, Persistent Systems partner to aid enterprises with data stack modernization
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14 Sep, 2020

Massachusetts headquartered enterprise cloud data management solutions provider Actifio on Friday announced a partnership with information technology (IT) services major Persistent Systems to help enterprises with their data stack modernization initiatives.

Actifio’s multi-cloud copy data management platform will help Pune based Persistent deliver modern data protection and data access that will reduce time to market for deployments, as well as provide better security, compliance and governance, according to a statement.

“Actifio’s market-defining copy data management software should accelerate our clients’ most pressing digital transformation projects, from data stack modernization to cloud analytics and cloud migration,” Sandeep Kalra, executive director and president – technology services unit of Persistent Systems said.

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Actifio’s copy data management solutions work by eliminating copy data sprawl and reducing storage costs, while at the same time providing access to any point-in-time copy of data.

The company’s Virtual Data Pipeline (VDP) technology also provides a single master copy of application centric data used for virtualization, along with data mobility and point-in-time application recovery, irrespective of location.

“This partnership will help extend the benefits of Actifio technology into many digital modernization projects that need their vital data being available on demand, re-used for DevOps, analytics, AI and machine learning or cloud migration,” Ash Ashutosh, Actifio co-founder and CEO said.

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Persistent currently employs over 11,000 workers worldwide. The company reported a 9% growth in its net profit for the June 2020 quarter, helped mostly by increased digitisation initiatives which led to an increase in revenues even amid the pandemic.