Clal is an Israel-based financial services company with 5,000 employees, providing insurance, pension funds, provident funds, mutual funds and investments.
Over the last 3 years, Clal’s data volume grew from around 63TB to 130TB, due to data generated from its direct employees and its 6,000 external insurance agents. With this level of data growth, backup to tape was becoming a critical bottleneck.
Check out this short case study to learn how Clal successfully upgraded its legacy backup infrastructure and the benefits they now enjoy, including:
- Recovery time improved from up to 3 days to just a few minutes
- Full backups improved from 5 days to 6 hours
- Reduced administrative time by 70%
- Elimination of tape media from its infrastructure by duplicating in a remote DR data center
- And more