Druva Phoenix Quick Tour

With limitless snapshots and infinite retention capabilities, Phoenix builds on Druva’s enterprise trusted, high-performance cloud platform by delivering centralized management of hot, warm and cold backups, while removing the need for outdated, error-prone and heavily manual approaches — significantly lowering costs.

Administrator Dashboard

Get a high level understanding of the health and status of servers that you manage, wherever those servers reside.

Unified View of Backups and Archives

Phoenix divides your snapshots into three categories. Hot backups are the most recent snapshots available on local cache for restores at LAN speeds. Warm restores are your last 90 days available immediately from the cloud at up to 100Mbps. Anything older than 90 days is moved to more cost efficient cold storage, keeping it readily available when needed.

Easy Server Registration

Registering a server is a quick three step process: Install the agent on the device you want to backup. Generate an activation token to connect the server back to your deployment. Assign a backup and retention policy to the server and begin backup.

Create Server Groups

Group and manage servers centrally through the concept of a server group. Servers which are in the same geographic region and leverage the same backup policies can be managed with a delegated model, if desired.

Backup Policies

Set your backup policies as required by your organization’s needs for retention, schedule and content. These policies are easily used by your server groups, and centrally managed to allow for policy changes to be pushed across the entire organization with a single update.

Hot Backups to Meet Fast RTOs

For tight RTOs, Phoenix CloudCache enables servers to send changed data locally instead of directly to the cloud. CloudCache will hold data locally, but also synchronized to the cloud on a schedule you specify. This provides LAN speed backups and restores to meet the required RTOs of your environment.

Virtual Machine Support

Backup your VMware environments at the hypervisor level. Administrators can add as many vCenter servers as needed and easily select and configure VM backup policies. Backups utilize change block tracking (CBT) with zero impact to production systems and restores can be done at the VM or file level.

Integrated Disaster Recovery

To support quick failover to the cloud when disaster strikes, administrators can select and configure DR policies for their Virtual Machines (VMs) being backed up. In the case of an event or for test and dev purposes VMs can be easily replicated and spun-up within minutes anywhere in AWS’ secure cloud.

Multiple Storage Locations

To meet the varied regional requirements of global organizations, including addressing evolving regional data privacy concerns, servers can be configured to backup to the datacenter locations closest to them — wherever in the world that happens to be.

Server Status Reporting

Reports can be generated — either scheduled or on demand, letting administrators know the status and any issues they may need to investigate of those servers which they support.