Druva is highlighting the capabilities of our proven cloud platform in the ongoing whiteboard series of blogs. In the first of the series, we took a look at how Druva simplifies the management of Oracle workloads, allowing organizations to prevent data loss while providing visibility, control, and automation to Oracle data protection. In the following blog, we explored how Druva enables compliance with the strictest industry standards today with simple and reliable failover for AWS cloud workloads. In the most recent edition of the series, we examined the complex topic of cyber resilience and why a strong backup solution like Druva is still the best defense against ransomware.
In this edition, we’ll discuss how organizations are increasingly taking a multi-cloud approach to their data protection and management strategy. This offers a number of distinct advantages over traditional, on-premises solutions. Spreading workflows over multiple cloud providers increases one’s choices for vendors and applications, avoids vendor lock-in, and helps deploy best-in-class applications. However, data protection is especially critical and challenging in such multi-cloud environments as data often resides across a range of public cloud services, SaaS applications like Microsoft 365 or Salesforce, born-in-the-cloud systems like Kubernetes, virtual machines, and databases.
Druva eliminates multi-cloud data silos by centrally managing data with secure remote access to keep it safe and available, anytime, anywhere. Customers accelerate and protect business-critical projects with a secure and scalable platform. Learn how your team can cut costs with Druva’s transparent pricing and gain 100% visibility across all workloads through a single pane of glass; watch the video below, and stay tuned for more to come from our whiteboard series.