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Cloud disaster recovery

Bounce back with cloud-based disaster recovery

Unified cloud disaster recovery for VMware and AWS workloads
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  • How Druva is different
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Rethink your cloud DR strategy to protect against ransomware

Organizations face more security threats and risks of data loss than ever before—and even with the best technology and processes in place, it’s only a matter of time before ransomware or disaster strikes. That’s why you need cloud DR – for fast, air-gapped recovery of business-critical data.

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Reduce costs and complexity with cloud disaster recovery

Druva’s cloud disaster recovery solution allows organizations to improve business resilience while reducing costs, and complexity. With Druva, you can easily meet RTO and RPO requirements with our simple and reliable failover orchestration of both VMware and AWS workloads.

How is Druva different

Druva simplifies cloud DR for on-premises and cloud workloads utilizing integrated cloud backups, removing the stress and complexity of maintaining business continuity

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AWS workloads data protection and cloud disaster recovery

Druva’s cloud disaster recovery solution allows organizations to increase cyber resilience, reducing costs, and complexity. With Druva, you can easily meet compliance requirements with simple and reliable failover for AWS cloud workloads.

How it works

Druva DRaaS simply copies the VM snapshots to our AWS Simple Storage Service (S3) bucket. When we need to failover, those synced snapshots in AWS S3 are then used to spin up AWS Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances of our production VMs.

Marc Almodovar, Network & Systems Engineering Manager,
Katz Media Group

Additional cloud disaster
recovery resources

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Best practices, tools and sample templates to build an effective cloud disaster recovery plan.

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Simplify cloud-based DR for VMware in minutes

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