Unified backup & DR designed for flexible RTO & RPO

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Druva helps address

System Downtime

Scale-out cloud and easy replication enable VMs to be spun-up within minutes.

Failover Complexity

DR configuration is simple, failover occurs with a single mouse-click

Disaster Recovery Costs

Cloud streamlines DR processes, test as frequently as needed at no additional cost

Cloud delivers comprehensive, cost-effective recovery

  • Auto-discovery, easy backup & DR config and central, global management of VM recovery environment
  • Efficient, agentless VM backups are kept at-the-ready for delivering an RTO in minutes
  • Minimized RPOs with global dedupe and ever-incremental backup, which also reduces storage and bandwidth significantly
  • DR spin-up occurs in customer’s own AWS account, simplifying configuration, removing security concerns and easing network failover
  • Cloud native delivers 60% lower TCO over legacy models — No hardware, no software or deployment hassle
Cloud delivers comprehensive, cost effective recovery

Leveraging the Public Cloud for Enterprise Data Protection

Managing a secondary data center to ensure proper failover when disaster strikes, is both time consuming and costly. Today’s public cloud eliminates this infrastructure burden and significantly reduces downtime.

Read the CIO executive brief to find out how the public cloud offers greater efficiency for IT and provides an on-demand solution for immediate spin-up and failover to any AWS region.


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20 Point Checklist: Why Move Disaster Recovery To The Cloud

20 Point Checklist: Why Move Disaster Recovery To The Cloud

Discover 20 real-world benefits gained when moving backup and disaster recovery (DR) to a single, cloud-native platform.

Druva Disaster Recovery in the Cloud (DRaaS)

Druva Disaster Recovery in the Cloud (DRaaS)

Overview of an integrated cloud native backup and DR solution that enables organizations to quickly provision disaster recovery services.

“Druva is already a big part of our IT security plan, and it’s going to become even more relevant in the future.”

Armin Sturm, Director of IT, Flex