DxP, the cloud data protection summit hosted by Druva, is just over three weeks away and we’re building an exciting virtual experience designed to educate you and help you understand the critical role that cloud data protection and management can play across your organization. The session tracks encompass a variety of workloads impacting businesses across the globe:
- Cyber resilience and information security
- Data protection for the remote workforce
- Data center digitization and cloud migration
- Protecting cloud environments — IaaS, PaaS, SaaS
The explosive growth of cloud workloads has created a decentralized environment, leaving IT teams vulnerable to data protection gaps. Therefore, cloud architects or cloud admins are tasked to address issues such as unmanaged data, mitigating data loss, compliance, and rising storage costs. If this sounds like a core area of focus for your organization, you would really benefit from our protecting cloud environments for IaaS, PaaS, SaaS track sessions.
We’ve already given you a sneak peek into the data center digitization and cloud migration and cyber resilience and information security tracks, so let’s explore what you can learn from your peers and Druva subject matter experts on protecting your cloud environments.
What will you learn?
We have three sessions on this track that include:
- How to simplify data protection for workloads on AWS
- OHEL SaaS adoption to accelerate productivity with protected data
- Effectively protect containerized applications running on Kubernetes
All of the sessions will give you more insight into the market trends around protecting cloud environments, along with hands-on demonstrations of products in action.
Are you looking to simplify data protection for your workloads on AWS?
The explosive growth of cloud workloads has created a decentralized environment, leaving IT teams vulnerable to data protection gaps. In this session, we explain how you can achieve comprehensive cloud-native data protection for AWS native workloads including Amazon EC2 & RDS, as well as traditional workloads like Oracle & SQL running on AWS. You will also get to hear a great customer story from Lifemiles, one of the largest loyalty programs in Latin America, on how they developed data protection strategy for their AWS environment.
How OHEL are using SaaS adoption to accelerate productivity with protected data
The growth of SaaS apps empowers employee collaboration but also introduces data challenges. In this session, we hear from Ohel, a large social services agency, about their journey to modernize their IT. Learn how OHEL uses Druva to protect and manage their critica employee data across SaaS apps like Microsoft 365 and Salesforce.com, accelerated their cloud-first strategy and reduced IT costs.
Effectively protect containerized applications running on Kubernetes
With a growing shift in production workloads moving from VMs to containers , there has been a significant increase in use of orchestration platforms such as Kubernetes to manage these containers. A lack of enterprise grade data protection solutions for these containerized applications means a steep learning curve with manual execution and maintenance. In this session, we explain how Druva customers can effectively protect Kubernetes orchestrated production application deployments in the cloud for both application recovery and migration.
Join us at DxP
The fun and learning with Druva starts on November 17th. When it does, I hope you’ll plan to join us, our customers, and partners in a half day of conversations, ideas, and stories. Register here.