Druva Phoenix

Cloud First Resiliency, Availability & Visibility for Enterprise Workloads

Druva Phoenix unifies backup, disaster recovery and archival in the cloud, removing the burden of legacy infrastructure and significantly lowering TCO.

Phoenix Use Cases

Cloud Backup for Virtual Machines

Backup, recovery, archival and mobility for VMware environments

Cloud Backup for Servers

Backup, recovery and archival for physical servers

Disaster Recovery & Test/Dev

Failover within minutes, manage replication and spin up for test & dev as needed

Archival & Long Term Retention

Auto migrate data to long term, cold storage, available whenever you need it

Under the Hood

Source-Side Global Deduplication

Druva’s source-side, global dedupe offers class-leading efficiency and shrinks your storage footprint up to 20X—supercharging RPOs and RTOs.

Customer Access-Only Security

Druva combines an advanced data-scrambling algorithm and a unique encryption model to guarantee your data is accessible only by your company.

AWS Architecture

Druva harnesses the native efficiencies and global reach of Amazon Web Services, offering unmatched storage flexibility, data durability and security.

Auto Tiering

Phoenix moves data to the lowest-cost tier based upon data activity. Data stored in the AWS Glacier tier even costs less than tape-based solutions.

Accelerated Data Transfer

High performance caching with scheduled cloud synch delivers against tight RTO/RPO needs while optimizing WAN bandwidth usage.

One Data Set, Multiple Uses

A scale-out architecture with distinct metadata / data separation unlocks the value of data for multiple workflows by leveraging the same underlying data set.

Radically Lower TCO

Phoenix delivers a new level of pricing transparency, pay only for what you use – leveraging our native cloud architecture, auto-tiered storage and efficient global deduplication you can achieve 60% lower TCO.

Save 60% on TCO
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Adam Kailian, BuildGroup

“Dealing with backups is always one of the biggest headaches in IT, so not having to worry about it let’s us focus on other things.”

Adam Kailian, IT Systems Administrator