Take your first step toward joining a diverse and inspiring global team that is rapidly transforming the way companies worldwide manage data and information. As a leading pioneer of innovative technology and groundbreaking software, CommVault encourages employees to showcase their talents and seize exciting opportunities to make a difference.
Understanding why CommVault is such an exciting place to work is as simple as meeting the people who work here. From the entrepreneurial and innovative spirit of our employees to management's commitment to professional growth opportunities and work-life balance, our people are as talented and passionate as they are unique.
The company's vision and strategic mission is to be the leading provider of singular information management solutions, ensuring high-performance data protection, universal availability and simplified management of complex storage networks.
CommVault was formed in 1988 as a development group within Bell Labs, and later designated as a strategic business unit of AT&T Network Systems. In 1996, it was incorporated as an independent company.
In the 17 years since, CommVault has experienced tremendous growth, pioneered numerous industry-shaping innovations, and established itself as a respected data and information management leader.
Click on each year in the interactive timeline below to travel through time for a look at some of our milestones.
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Good office technology, good fun place to work.
You can make a difference here, willing to try new ideas
Transitioning from start up culture into well run mid sized firm. Not too bureaucratic.
Location in Central Reading seems a strange choice. However, next to the station so not too bad.
Reliance on one software solution. May need to diversify to reduce dependency risk.
Advice to Management
As you grow avoid building unnecessary bureaucracy. EMC is the example of how not to grow.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at CommVault (Tinton Falls, NJ (US)) in March 2015.
Round 1 : Submitted my resume at University Career Fair. Got a call for the proctored Coding test (40 min duration) - Linkedlist, Trees, Java reflection. Out of around 60 students, 2 were shortlisted.
Round 2: Telephone screen round (30 min) - Bit manipulation, Ascii, Inheritance etc.. Got a call for onsite interview.
Onsite Round 1: Coding test. I was asked to simulate Java Garbage Collector's System.GC() function. Unlimited time. I was able to complete in 3 hours.
Onsite Round 2,3,4,5 - Each in person interview of 30 min duration. Basically tested problem solving and data structures/algorithms. Last round was techno-managerial.
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CommVault has remained one of only a few global tech companies to play by its own rules. The company has grown organically since it was founded in 1988 by Bob Hammer, resulting in more than a 20% year on year growth over the past 6 years. This organic approach and commitment to delivering unique, innovative solutions for information management has earned the company the strongest position in the Leaders quadrant of Gartner Inc’s coveted Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup/Recovery Software 4 years running.