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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
|Mobile Application||Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone|
|Supported Languages||English, Japanese|
Frequently Asked Questions
- Data Security.
- Data Recovery.
- Server Backup.
- Server Recovery.
- Faster recovery of data.
- 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.
- Simple Install
- Clean Interface
- Quick SUpport
- Don't have one
- Simple end user restore process.
- Easy to use, web-based Control Panel.
- Assign different backup profiles to different sets of users/machines.
- Upgrade client software remotely.
- Wide range of retention periods.
- Changes on the backend from Druva engineers can sometimes cause errors with Google Apps backups.
- Backups on Windows machines can become stalled if the device has been up for a while without a reboot.
- restore to new laptop
- backup daily
- business compliance
- more customised on user setting
- able to restore without admin help
- I am no more worried about any security risks and saving my time by finding the data quickly and effortlessly.
- This software is built keeping in concern the latest hurdles in the way of saving data supply to my customers. I am very much satisfied with its quality services and the timely response of the customer service team.
- Druva never bounds me to stay in the office and keep an eye on what’s going on, however, it facilitates me to protect my confidential data anywhere and provides me constant notifications about any misleading activity or any unauthentic user access..
- In the beginning, it was difficult for me to have [a] proper understanding, especially [when] discover[ing] its features really took my time and energy.
- There should be more stuff available about its usage installation and even about the customization and configuration, being the new user you need to take assistance from the technical person.
- What we like about this application is that it allows us to backup and restore information from other applications such as OneDrive, Sharepoint and many more.
- At the same time, one of the most important features is that the restoration processes are really fast.
- Likewise, the amount of bandwidth it uses is very minimal.
- We found that the application only manages functions of the profile that is logged into the platform, it does not take actions of the whole team by default.
- Also, we found the usability and navigation through the administrative console to be a bit complicated.
- Similarly, the application issues notifications excessively and does not have a section for customizing them.
- No failures occur during the execution of the backup processes, not even if the files are damaged or corrupted due to external causes, as they are finished backing up, and once the process is finished we can continue with our regular operations by dropping the file.
- The configuration of Druva can be done so quickly that it is possible to start copying data and backing it up to the cloud of our choice almost instantaneously, which shows how versatile the software is for people even without experience in this area.
- When you need to manage all the different versions of the same file stored in a specific cloud, the platform offers the option to generate almost unlimited copies without making the process confusing, or making it difficult to access each file in a row.
- It does not have a tool that makes backups can be scheduled at different levels, or automate them to run at certain times without the need to generate them manually, which leads to the need to work in real-time, which makes us lose time.
- If there is a file being uploaded to the cloud and the connection is poor, uploads can be paused randomly if the Druva platform is placed in the background, and this can make work quite difficult if the user is busy with other activities, and forces the user to stay within the Druva screen.
- It does not have a comfortable compression mechanism, and this makes it difficult to compress files when you need to upload them to the web.
- Backup automation
- AD Sync
- Massive deployment
- A massive deployment MSI package with some kind of customization (logo, description, etc.)
- A report maker or an existing report customization tool
- Endpoint backup
- Ease of use
- Easy restorral
- Unlimited storage options
- Docker/Hypervisor backups
- Auto-update capabilities
- Google Authentication implementation is poor
- Better identification of what is/isn't being backed up at a folder level
- Distributed workforce
- Decentralized offices/computing environments
- Cloud-based computing environments where less is stored on the device, and more is stored on the cloud.
- Traditional office environments with local backup options and cost-effective local storage options
- Docker/Hypervisor heavy environments
- Low-Bandwidth/high-latency environments
- Easy to manage by end users.
- Easy to restore by end users.
- Easy to manage by admin.
- Implementation of devices could be easier. Currently, you need to provide a spreadsheet with usernames and device serials/MAC addresses to implement in a batch
- Backed by AWS infrastructure.
- Reasonability priced.
- Nothing comes to mind at the moment.
- Their input on planning or implementation is very valuable to us.
- Their support is fantastic.
- If we forget about an inquiry someone from Druva will follow up.
- We really like their health checks.
- So far we have no input.
- Love their Johnny-on-the-spot approach.
- Solid communicators and they're very patient with new people.
The problem addressed is to have an alternative to back up secure and trusty, without space limit.
- Client status report.
- Delta backup.
- Policies to filter file types.
- Some users have problems to query their backed up files and passwords are recovered any time they log in.
- Sometimes, there are not alerts to indicate that backup is not completed.
- It is confusing to locate the users and devices inside web console administration. These could be together.
Less appropriate: users with limited Internet links.
- Cloud backup.
- Simple interface.
- Detailed reporting.
- Management interface is simple but dated.
- Reports are very detailed but could do with an executive overview.
Data can be retrieved as and when required without fuss or extensive downtime.
Druva is being used by everyone in the business now.
- Low maintenance.
- Pricing can always be better.
- More detailed reports when a back-up fails currently not very specific.
We are using this application across the organization for critical users and it addresses one of the major issues of data security and backup in case of system crash and flexibility to give data backup to users on any system and anywhere.
- The Druva Capability to take backup in small packets helped us a lot, especially for roaming users working on low bandwidth and while working remote areas with low bandwidth.
- Druva backup takes very little memory and system process while taking backup in the background, that was an added advantage for us, especially when we have some other memory-hungry application running on user systems.
- Centralized backup and restoration capability to any system from a centralized console helped us a lot, especially during pandemics and users working from home.
- Secure and unattended installation from centralized console helped IT team a lot and saved our time to implementation.
- Druva has single admin and multi admin option in different versions, but I would like to see multi admin option even from basic version of cloud backup.
- On premises backup option need to be explore.
- You can make support more efficient.
I really find it a bit less appropriate in the case of server/image backup, maybe we have not explored it more, because we are using some other application for that.
Endpoint data protection is working well for us across the organization.
- The speed of backup and recovery to and from the cloud is very fast.
- Deployment of new agents and proxies is very easy.
- The granular selection for recovery is as good as I have ever used.
- Documentation needs improving.
Restores are also quick. We can restore one file from within a virtual server, a complete virtual server, SQL database or files from physical server. Druva maintains as many backups as you want. We can restore the first daily backup from two weeks ago if we want. We do a test restores monthly on both physical and virtual servers, we have had no issues.
Interface is easy to understand and navigate.
- Hands off backups - set it and forget it. notification sent if backup fails.
- Restores are quick and complete - virtual server can be restored from certain date and time.
- Would like the ability to delete backups. Over time, the number of backups will use up data limits. For certain servers, would like to be able to delete older backups. If a server has been upgraded and operating, would like to delete backups done before the upgrade to save space.
- Would like DFA to use texts to phone. Currently DFA sends email with code.
- Easy to deploy
- Customized backup profiles
- Snapshot based backups
- Expensive licensing costs
- Minor client issues
- Easy to use interface
- No backup failures
- Quick set-up
- We have been using the solution for a few months now. No known areas need improvement.
- Faster Recovery
- 50% lower TCO
- Enterprise backup can be more secure
- Recovery should be faster
- Has good speed when back[ing] up.
- Has a good support team.
- Has a real time response.
- Reporting has limited options.
- Has no option to generate a report [for] a specific property.
- Quick response from tech team
- Instant backup and recovery
- Easy console
- User friendly
- Provides cache server to lower the bandwidth burden
- The admin console being opened on a mobile is awful, doesn't respond at all
- Simple to set up and use.
- Self service for restoration.
- Great templates for customisation.