In today’s live stream event, Druva revealed the future of data protection. Traditional data protection systems have focused entirely on on-premises infrastructure throughout the last decade, yet rapid cloud adoption has created a new set of challenges requiring deeper analytics into data usage, managing its lifecycle and providing a more holistic protection model across on-premises and cloud sources. This new model requires a broader and deeper integration of data sources and platforms in order to provide the business value that organizations will need to tackle the data management challenges they will face in the decades to come.
Support for Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) cloud workloads – The Druva Cloud Platform is the only Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)-based data protection solution that enables backup and recovery with lifecycle management for Amazon EC2 (AMI), S3, EBS, RDS, and Glacier across multiple AWS regions and accounts from a single interface.
“This solution is ideal for companies looking to embrace a cloud strategy; it delivers a streamlined, simple solution in a cost-effective way, without losing the focus on RPO and RTO SLAs,” – Dave Packer, vice president, product and alliances marketing at Druva.
The Druva Cloud Platform delivers accessibility and scalability to dramatically reduce data risks, as well as the costs of data protection while delivering benefits to the platform include a single management control plane to unify the management and orchestration of the entire data footprint within an organization, a predictive storage engine to optimize and auto-tune data protection policies,a unified data model to store and access data across platform services, and consistent visibility and management of meeting SLAs regardless of the location of data sources.