Druva Data Resiliency Cloud
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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 information governance across endpoints and cloud applications. Delivered as-a-service, the Druva Cloud Platform aims to simplify backup, archival, compliance, and device management to reduce the cost and complexity of protecting end user data, ensure regulatory compliance, and improve data visibility. With centralized management and self-help data recovery, the vendor states that users' mobile workforces are protected without impacting productivity.
Druva's value proposition:
No hardware, no software
- Delivered as-a-service means leaving behind on-premises infrastructure, hardware refresh cycles and time consuming software maintenance.
- Built in the cloud, new capacity can be added to subscriptions on the fly without changes to backup settings, and without needing to purchase and install new appliances or software.
No maintenance windows
- Druva maintains the data protection solution, not the customer; the platform is always up-to-date with the latest features.
Data Protection That’s Different
- Druva’s SaaS data protection platform boasts less cost and complexity found in solutions that aren’t built for the cloud, while remaining secure, scalable and always available.
- Supported: Endpoint backup
- Supported: Ransomware
- Supported: Cloud Apps
- Supported: Cloud backup and restore
- Supported: eDiscovery
- Supported: Legal hold
|Deployment Types||Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based|
|Mobile Application||Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone|
|Supported Languages||English, Japanese|
- easy inventory
- easy cloud restore to any site
- backup its just 1 click and done
- easy to configure vm or hyper v environments
- no need to keep track of tapes
- Peace of mind
- Could be cheaper
- A mobile app might be nice
- Console is very user friendly.
- No need to manage servers.
- Easy backup and restore process
- Bookmark backups
- Laptop Back and it restoration, data completeness and its integration
- Alerts to users and admins
- Dashboard on for Capacity management
- AD connector make customer life easier and its very secure
- Data integrity, can work with multiple platforms,
- Data compression
- Low bandwidth requirement for data being backed up over the cloud / networks
- Druva automatically backs up at the appropriate frequency.
- Druva does not overwhelm the company's network bandwidth.
- Druva sends reports to the administrator when there are problems.
- It would be nice to have a presentation of specific tasks that the administrator should perform in the event of a backup error.
- It would be nice to have a language option other than English for the language delivered to the user.
- They have an excellent install/setup team.
- They have extensive documentation.
- They have a quick response support team.
- I honestly cannot think of any instance in my experience that Druva was lacking.
- taking incremental backup in the predefined timeslots
- users can simply restore the data from cloud without any support
- Druva guarantee the data security of users
- Druva backup doesn't affect the system performance
- data can be restored in the user end only.
- admin cannot restore the data of any users under the organisation
- we cannot preserve users more than a limited count
- User Self-Restore
- User Management
- Automatic onboarding of data
- When SharePoint sites are deleted, these show up on the dashboard as failures
- Some backup failures each day when backing up huge datasets
- recovery time
- audit log
- Error messages are a little hard to understand
- reporting could be better
- We no longer manage offsite storage vendors
- We no longer sore or manage magnetic tape
- We no longer have a dedicated server running legacy backup software and tape robots.
- The "credit" system can be confusing.
- It can be expensive if you don't closely monitor hybrid backups and AWS storage costs.
- Administrative experience has room to grow, moving between Hybrid and Native requires additional authentication and MFA solutions.
- Backs up reliably
- Backs up quickly
- Easy to deploy
- Initial setup was problematic
- Difficult to restore data. Takes too much time.
After doing research, I came across Druva and went to a demonstration. I was extremely impressed and happy with their methods and the roadmap of the future on the products. The plus with switching to Druva is that I do now have resiliency and I can managed everything from anywhere.
- Easy to use
- Quick recovery
- Secure data point
- AWS backend
- Restore speeds can improve
- Error tracing can be improved
- I would prefer that the users' personal Sharepoint could get backed up
- Mobile worker data loss protection
- ROBO site File Server share backup
- Mobile Device data backup
- Data encryption
- Sensitive data governance - eDiscovery, Legal Hold
- The new features take long time to become available for federal tenants
- Licensing model doesn't permit combining Hybrid and Endpoint backup plans
- Data Intelligence, Data Governance and Cyber Resiliency module should provide intra-modular integration capabilities
- Globally Support
- Easy to deploy
- Easy to use
- Reporting function
- Alerting modification
- Not supporting Microsoft Azure
- inSync was easy to deploy. I spend little time managing the software.
- I never need to worry about buying additional backup hardware. Druva inSync scales with my needs.
- The user sees no impact during backups
- Some of the errors you'll get on failed jobs can be ambiguous
- No Training
- 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.
- Druva Cloud is currently undergoing a make-over, and the reporting system is a mess. When the upgrades are complete, I expect the reporting experience to be much improved over the previous ones.
- Phoenix relies on AWS and uses a credit-based consumption cost model that requires predicting usage. Not intuitive and pretty annoying to manage. We have to review annually with our account rep.
- Deployment and set up is easy.
- Management of clients is easy.
- End users have the ability to restore their own data.
- Integration with SaaS solutions is easy.
- Making changes to the email that is sent to users will only change when you make a modification and send it to a user. There needs to be a way to change it ahead of making the change and sending it out.
- When doing a POC, it seems even if you do not initially purchase it, the deployment stays in place. If you forget any login information, there is no way to recover this if no one remembers their password. Druva support has no "backdoor" to reset admin accounts, which is both good and bad.
- Ease of install and use
- Cloud to Cloud solution
- Low maintenance
- We have not found any areas in need of improvement.
- Online Training
- Easy to deploy
- Seamless integration in Mac/PC
- Runs silent in the background
- Easy to restore/find files
- None that i can think of
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- Backs up user data
- Restores user endpoint data
- provides litigation hold request
- Provide more options for administrative alerts to endpoints, like alerts to users of the need for backup on their machine, which gives the option to open Druva
- More GovCloud options for password resets for technicians
- small program that runs in the back ground
- Easy to restore data
- easily managed solution
- I always have a few files that it cant backup, so the backup is never complete. If it could learn to skip these files or ask if you want to skip in the future.
- Easy to use cloud-based management portal
- Multiple snapshots of backup, can select which version to restore
- Very compliant to security/audit requirements; e.g. 2FA, audit trials, etc
- While it is a cloud-based service, so far we didn't encounter serious service outage
- Maintain same storage space during service contract renewal
- Ease of integration
- Ease of restores
- Reliance of backups
- Air gap backups
- Immutable backups
- Ease of use and access
- Simple to deploy
- the deployment scripts need to be re-written to follow the newer OS's File paths in Windows
- self-populating email box on the web portal. Or the ability to auto-populate from cached credentials
- adjustable timeout on the web portal