Druva Data Resiliency Cloud vs. ownCloud

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Druva Data Resiliency Cloud
Score 9.2 out of 10
N/A
Druva Data Resiliency Cloud Workforce mobility and the rise of cloud services is an essential part of any business, but it creates a number of challenges for IT. Data spread across devices and cloud services, unpredictable schedules, and varied network connections all complicate efforts to protect and govern enterprise information. The Druva Cloud Platform (formerly Druva inSync & Druva Phoenix) provides unified data protection, management, and…N/A
ownCloud
Score 7.8 out of 10
N/A
ownCloud is a self-hosted open source file syncing and sharing option, from the Boston-based company of the same name.
$5
per month
Pricing
Druva Data Resiliency CloudownCloud
Editions & Modules
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Standard
$5
per month
Enterprise
$12
per month
For Teams
$13
per month
For Single Users
$15
per month
Community
Free
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
Druva Data Resiliency CloudownCloud
Free Trial
YesNo
Free/Freemium Version
YesNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details100% SaaS, 0% Infrastructure. Lower TCO by up to 50%. Informed decisions based on governed data.
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Community Pulse
Druva Data Resiliency CloudownCloud
Top Pros
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Features
Druva Data Resiliency CloudownCloud
Data Center Backup
Comparison of Data Center Backup features of Product A and Product B
Druva Data Resiliency Cloud
9.2
71 Ratings
6% above category average
ownCloud
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Ratings
Universal recovery9.144 Ratings00 Ratings
Instant recovery8.743 Ratings00 Ratings
Recovery verification9.345 Ratings00 Ratings
Business application protection9.534 Ratings00 Ratings
Multiple backup destinations9.842 Ratings00 Ratings
Incremental backup identification9.265 Ratings00 Ratings
Backup to the cloud9.571 Ratings00 Ratings
Deduplication and file compression9.669 Ratings00 Ratings
Snapshots9.743 Ratings00 Ratings
Flexible deployment8.041 Ratings00 Ratings
Management dashboard8.865 Ratings00 Ratings
Platform support9.145 Ratings00 Ratings
Retention options8.965 Ratings00 Ratings
Encryption9.058 Ratings00 Ratings
Enterprise Backup
Comparison of Enterprise Backup features of Product A and Product B
Druva Data Resiliency Cloud
9.4
41 Ratings
11% above category average
ownCloud
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Ratings
Continuous data protection9.339 Ratings00 Ratings
Replication9.434 Ratings00 Ratings
Operational reporting and analytics8.739 Ratings00 Ratings
Malware protection9.536 Ratings00 Ratings
Multi-location capabilities9.639 Ratings00 Ratings
Ransomware Recovery10.01 Ratings00 Ratings
File Sharing & Management
Comparison of File Sharing & Management features of Product A and Product B
Druva Data Resiliency Cloud
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Ratings
ownCloud
8.5
13 Ratings
4% above category average
Versioning00 Ratings9.010 Ratings
Video files00 Ratings7.89 Ratings
Audio files00 Ratings8.19 Ratings
Document collaboration00 Ratings7.812 Ratings
Access control00 Ratings9.512 Ratings
File search00 Ratings8.112 Ratings
Device sync00 Ratings9.312 Ratings
Cloud Storage Security & Administration
Comparison of Cloud Storage Security & Administration features of Product A and Product B
Druva Data Resiliency Cloud
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Ratings
ownCloud
8.5
13 Ratings
0% below category average
User and role management00 Ratings9.012 Ratings
File organization00 Ratings8.713 Ratings
Device management00 Ratings7.79 Ratings
Cloud Storage Platform
Comparison of Cloud Storage Platform features of Product A and Product B
Druva Data Resiliency Cloud
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Ratings
ownCloud
8.8
13 Ratings
5% above category average
Performance00 Ratings8.813 Ratings
Reliability00 Ratings9.113 Ratings
Storage Reports00 Ratings8.410 Ratings
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User Ratings
Druva Data Resiliency CloudownCloud
Likelihood to Recommend
9.6
(271 ratings)
7.8
(13 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
9.5
(21 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Usability
10.0
(72 ratings)
8.7
(4 ratings)
Availability
10.0
(5 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Performance
10.0
(5 ratings)
10.0
(4 ratings)
Support Rating
9.9
(116 ratings)
8.0
(6 ratings)
In-Person Training
9.1
(1 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Online Training
10.0
(3 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Implementation Rating
9.4
(260 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Configurability
10.0
(3 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Ease of integration
1.5
(2 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Product Scalability
9.8
(45 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Vendor post-sale
10.0
(1 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
Vendor pre-sale
8.0
(1 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
User Testimonials
Druva Data Resiliency CloudownCloud
Likelihood to Recommend
Druva
Druva Data Resiliency Cloud is excellent for managing especially Cloud Apps, Legal Holds and other Compliance-related functionalities. It also does an excellent job of making sure that the entire backup goes on the cloud without needing any local servers or contingencies. It also provides protection in cases of Ransomware and any similar threats to the backup landscape.
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ownCloud
I'd easily recommend ownCloud to small businesses or teams within organizations. I've not used ownCloud in large deployments, so I'd hesitate before suggesting it in a situation where more than 10 users need support. That said, ownCloud is easy to set up and multiple instances could be used to service a large user base.
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Pros
Druva
  • Customer onboarding was fantastic. We were assigned dedicated resources that helped us integrate inSync to our needs, including profile creation and application deployment.
  • Support has been knowledgeable, competent, and motivated to assist us.
  • Pricing is competitive with other solutions, possibly even better.
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ownCloud
  • Attention and dedication to making the product a world class product with continual product updates.
  • Ease of use from an administration standpoint, and a very Clear UI.
  • The price -- you can't beat free!
  • Mobile applications are great.
  • Integration with public S3 cloud providers like AWS S3 and Wasabi S3.
  • 2FA authentication is supported and works great!
  • Marketplace Add-Ons: I love this! For example, I can install an add-on that natively opens raw images. I am a photographer as well, and being able to quickly view the CR2 Raw Files direct from the camera is fantastic! This was made possible by a marketplace add-in.
  • Embedded Media Players: Photos, Music, and Video files can be viewed and played right in the browser window.
  • Sync application to keep local files on a computer updated with the files on the server.
  • Access control and permissions -- shareable links!
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Cons
Druva
  • Support. Not that the support was bad, but I had a situation where it was "try this" "try that". The support rep was great, I just wish things would have moved quicker.
  • When I first started using it, there where a lot of updates going on, so I would learn one thing, the documentation would say something else, and the UI was different. I haven't experienced that since though.
  • Credential store - not a huge fan of that.
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ownCloud
  • Inability to easily collaboratively edit the same document by several people. Some advances have been made with Collabora (Libreoffice online) but it is still very sub-par compared to Office365 and desktop/online Office editing Sharepoint or OneDrive documents.
  • Apps for Calendar and Contacts are not part of the basic core, and although now quite supported they cannot still be easily deployed in common email clients such as Outlook or Thunderbird, separate CalDAV and CardDAV plugins need to be installed. Embedding an email solution and plugins for major email clients so they can work just by entering username and password would be good.
  • Risk of moving important folders/files to another location just by random drag-and-drop on Windows. Sometimes this breaks public links that cannot be restored anymore. Reverting such mistake by any of the users is impossible automatically.
  • When some user deletes some data in a shared folder it is put into recycle bin of the owner of the folder. The user who deleted cannot himself/herself revert such action as he/she does not see the recycle bin (trash) of the owner. Also, there is no log in the recycle bin who deleted that file or folder.
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Likelihood to Renew
Druva
The product was easy to deploy and has been easy to manage. The current pricing model is also acceptable. With all of this combined, it just makes sense to renew our subscription to the product. The only thing that may change this is if there is a product or service that we need that either they do not function with or if they do not offer
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ownCloud
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Usability
Druva
I'm a sucker for software that does exactly what it says it will do, especially if said task is carried out with a minimum of fuss. Initial setup time for Druva Phoenix was minimal, job creation a cinch and monitoring of successful and unsuccessful backups as easy as you like. What's not to love about that?
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ownCloud
OwnCloud is easy for me to use, and I believe it would be for others too. The barrier for most people will be the set up. For a technology professional like myself, ownCloud's setup is pretty straightforward, but it's not the sort of thing most casual users will be able to handle. Also, it's on the user to maintain the service. These can be taken care of by paying someone to do it for you.
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Reliability and Availability
Druva
Sometimes or many times Druva is always available. No downtime issues.
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ownCloud
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Performance
Druva
Responsive GUI when needed
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ownCloud
Compared with other cloud services, ownCloud has been the most efficient. It doesn't create a noticeable drain on resources and very quickly syncs across all my devices. I'm usually able to save a file on my laptop and by the time I walk over and sit down at my desktop machine, it's already there. I don't need to wait as often as I have with services like OneDrive.
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Support Rating
Druva
I have dealt with MANY support teams in my role as system administer for: Office 365, Concur, Replicon, Webex, Adobe, Dataprise, and MozyPro. The support team at Druva, is far and above the best! They respond quickly, they take action when needed, and they are easy to understand (meaning they don't talk too Techy, to my users). I am very please with all the support we receive from this team!
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ownCloud
Regarding the community edition, there is a reasonably good support on the IRC, forums and in the issue section on Github. Perhaps a much more individual approach would be available if the premium support was chosen and the instance of the server was provided by the Owncloud company that also offers some premium extensions, not available generally. However, we did not need this level of support yet.
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In-Person Training
Druva
They are very well knowledgeable. They conducted a two day training session and they explained each and everything.
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ownCloud
No answers on this topic
Online Training
Druva
As an administrator, if I had a user who needed additional training, it was available. As an Administrator, the product was so easy I didn't need it
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ownCloud
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Implementation Rating
Druva
Implementation from cloud ranger to Druva Data Resiliency Cloud platform was a seamless integration experience to upgrade the policies and license for continual backup/recovery support. This may be one of the best "set it and forget it" apps for backup solutions, that also allow notifications for failures etc...
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ownCloud
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Alternatives Considered
Druva
We didn't want to run a dedicated server and storage which led us to meet with Druva. Once we met the account team and supporting engineers we were won over with their professionalism and willingness to see any issue to resolution.
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ownCloud
The paid cloud services are expensive if you need a lot of data. You're giving your personal and business information to a data-hungry organization. Local NAS solutions are too slow. We run ownCloud on an older business PC and the performance is outstanding, even for remote access, due to local syncing.
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Scalability
Druva
Druva Data Resiliency Cloud is built on a cloud-native architecture, which allows it to scale easily and handle large amounts of data. This is one of the reasons why I rate Druva Data Cloud a 10 on scalability. The cloud-native architecture enables the product to automatically scale resources up or down based on the data protection needs of the organization. This means that the product can handle a high volume of data without requiring additional hardware or manual intervention, making it a highly scalable solution. Additionally, Druva Data Resiliency Cloud also supports a wide range of platforms and environments, which allows organizations to protect their data across a diverse set of environments, providing more scalability options.
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ownCloud
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Return on Investment
Druva
  • In economic terms, Druva is sufficiently economical that recovering the investment made at the time of purchase is easy to achieve.
  • Prior to using Druva, we did not have the capacity to grow our ROI to a point where we could begin to see short-term gains.
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ownCloud
  • Software is free so if you are going for a hosted solution anyway, it's hard to beat
  • One of the easiest way to make sure your data is secured without compromising on features
  • You need to manage the infrastructure and software
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ScreenShots

Druva Data Resiliency Cloud Screenshots

Screenshot of Druva™ delivers unified data protection, management, and information governance for cloud applications. Delivered as-a-service, Druva inSync for SaaS applications simplifies backup, archival, and compliance to reduce the cost and complexity of protecting online data, ensure regulatory compliance, and improve data visibility. With a single pane of glass for management, your SaaS applications are protected without impacting end-user productivityScreenshot of Druva inSync delivers automated multi-cloud backup, recovery, and compliance for SaaS applications such as Microsoft, Google Workspace, and Salesforce to protect against SaaS outages and attacks in a secure, centralized cloud platform. Search and monitor for data risks across cloud applications for sensitive information and take corrective action for non-compliance with regulated or policy managed end-user dataScreenshot of A Cloud-native Design for User Data Protection and Management
Layering inSync on top of AWS allowed us to serve both the smallest customers with only a few terabytes of data, up to the largest of Fortune 10 companies storing tens of petabytes. This scalability is provided by the dynamic scaling of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). Rather than build our own distributed database for deduplication, our global source level deduplication works with Amazon DynamoDB to store our hash table completing over a million looks-up every second.Screenshot of Druva offers the most comprehensive end-user data protection and governance platform, both in breadth, protecting more end-user workloads than any other vendor, and depth, providing more deep value-add capabilities above and beyond the core backup and recovery. We are a platform, not a point solution.