The days of single-cloud deployments are a thing of the past. Now, organizations are rapidly moving to multiple cloud environments, leveraging public cloud infrastructures, as well as business-critical SaaS applications like Microsoft 365, and Salesforce. While this is largely driven by the need to deploy best-of-breed applications, it has also created gaps in data visibility, protection, and security due to disparate and complex environments.
Today, organizations are facing unprecedented challenges storing and managing data. Not only must they handle greater volumes of data, but they must also work with different types of data, across multiple clouds. With global spending on cloud services expected to reach over $482 billion in 2022¹, organizations using an average of 110 SaaS applications², data sprawl, and unmanaged data growth is increasing the risk of data loss and cyber attacks.
With the creation of data silos and the resulting inaccessibility to all data on demand, it limits an organization’s agility and ability to quickly respond to growing demands. This is all the more prevalent when organizations often rely on multiple business tools, with data distributed across multiple clouds, which may not be fully integrated with one another. At the same time, workloads have become more complex and varied (lift and shift, cloud-native), making it harder to optimize data protection costs across multiple cloud deployments, which translates to additional management, infrastructure, and resourcing costs.
Another challenge is that traditional, legacy data protection solutions are not architected for the cloud making it more complex and expensive to scale or deploy to new locations or clouds. With an ever-increasing number of cloud-based applications in more locations, evolving regulations, and relentless cyber threats, organizations are working harder to keep up. Many IT leaders now find themselves using multiple tools and storage platforms which escalates costs, creates security challenges, and slows the pace of business innovation. As they seek to enable both agility and better data resilience, the advantages of a cloud-native approach become both clear and compelling.
So, whether protecting cloud-native, lift and shift, or SaaS applications, organizations need an easier way to manage, protect, and secure data wherever it lives.
Unveiling the Druva Multi-Cloud Data Resilience Virtual Summit
It’s time to protect and accelerate your multi-cloud deployments and improve visibility. At Druva’s Multi-Cloud Data Resilience Virtual Summit, we will focus on steps every organization can take to seamlessly protect fragmented, diverse data at scale, across public cloud, as well as business-critical SaaS applications. Set to take place on March 9 at 10AM PT, it will feature a world-class list of speakers from industry-leading partners, analysts, customers, and Druva experts. On March 10, it will be streamed at 9:30 am GMT (Europe), and 11:30 am SGT (Asia).
Druva’s premiere event will provide attendees with best practices for protecting distributed data sets across multi-cloud deployments. You will learn how you can boost data security and resilience while delivering cost-efficiency and eliminating sprawl. Our panel of experts will share successful strategies that will future-proof your multi-cloud protection and increase confidence for your company through 2022 and beyond. Attendees will hear from a star-studded lineup of guest speakers, including:
- Christophe Bertrand, Practice Director, ESG — Industry Trends and State of the Market
- Henry Axelrod, Principal Storage Solutions Architect, AWS — Bringing More Data Resilience to the Cloud: A Blueprint for Success
- Mark Nijmeijer, Sr. Director of Product Management, Nutanix — Accelerating Digital Transformation Through Cloud
- And many more…
This 100-minute event is not one to miss. Sign-up now, and see you there.