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Multi-Cloud Data Management:
All Clouds & Apps,
Always Seamless

Druva is THE solution of choice for all things multi-cloud. Be confident in the security of your critical data wherever it lives — without cost or management headaches.

Align data protection with the future of business

Multi-cloud data demands cloud data protection — you cannot lift-and-shift data protection to the cloud.

Security and high availability

Ransomware defense & high availability

Protect your multi-cloud data from cyber-threats, accelerate disaster recovery, make it available to authorized users, and comply with SLAs to ensure business continuity.

Reduce total data protection costs

Reduce total data protection costs

Forget egress, hosting and restore costs. Get in control thanks to a transparent consumption-based pricing model.

Cloud-native data protection for the all-cloud world

Cloud-native data protection for the all-cloud world

100% agentless solution, reduces complexity and costs by eliminating dedicated hardware, software, and maintenance across multiple clouds.


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Druva for multi-cloud explained

“When I started looking at vendors, none of them, except Druva, offered one cloud-native solution to protect VMs and SaaS applications.”

Aaron Matatov IT Infrastructure Manager

Multi-cloud data protection FAQ

Multi-cloud refers to a strategy of using multiple cloud computing platforms from different vendors to meet an organization's computing needs. This can help organizations avoid relying on a single provider for their critical data, reducing the risk of data loss or downtime due to outages. An organization may use different cloud platforms for different purposes, such as one for storage, one for processing, and one for analytics.

Multi-cloud can provide flexibility and scalability, enabling organizations to move data between providers and adapt to changing business requirements. However, it can also introduce difficulty in terms of cost, integration, security, and compliance. To effectively manage a multi-cloud data environment, one must carefully plan their architecture, governance, and security policies to ensure integrity, availability, and confidentiality across providers.

Multi-cloud and hybrid cloud approaches both involve the use of multiple cloud computing platforms, but differ in how they’re fundamentally integrated. In multi-cloud, each cloud provider operates independently and there is limited or no integration between them. While a hybrid cloud approach involves integrating multiple providers, and often on-premises resources, into a unified infrastructure, workloads can flow seamlessly between each.

Organizations should adopt a comprehensive security strategy including measures like data encryption, access controls, and regular backups. It's important to implement consistent policies across all providers and conduct regular audits to identify and address any vulnerabilities. Organizations should also consider using cloud-native security solutions and partnering with trusted vendors to ensure the security and compliance of their environment.

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