Best Backup Solution I've Found!!
June 22, 2022

Best Backup Solution I've Found!!

Dennis Dahlin | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Modules Used

  • Cloud Backup

Overall Satisfaction with Druva Data Resiliency Cloud

Druva Data Resiliency Cloud is used by our company to backup and manages backup sets for our on-premises servers. Druva Data Resiliency Cloud provides peace of mind with air-gapped backups and ease of use. Added to the Drive's scaleability and makes it the all-around best package. We backup ~25TB of data currently.
  • Scaleability
  • 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
  • was able to recover from a data corruption issue with less that 2 days down
  • no need for a big data backup staff
we ran into a station where a large portion of our data was moved to cloud-hosted and therefore we no longer needed Drive for this. Once I deleted the unneeded data sets, Druva reached out immediately to check the situation. I was very happy to get that call.
  • Veeam Backup & Replication
No comparison as Veeam only had on-prem storage solutions. Drive is all cloud
Phenomenally fast!! I have never used a system that was this simple and easy to set up. a few tweaks to get file paths correct and we are off!

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Veeam Backup & Replication, Macrium Reflect
Druva Data Resiliency Cloud is very well suited for any situation where you have a fileserver, NAS, or VM you need to backup and the devices have internet access. Standalone or internet-isolated systems are obviously not going to work