At Cloud Expo, we offering Druva Phoenix and Insync
Druva Phoenix enables data protection and governance for enterprise infrastructure with a unique cloud-first approach — combining high performance, scalable backup, disaster recovery (DR), archival, and analytics to simplify data protection, improve visibility, and dramatically reduce the risk, cost, and effort of managing today’s complex information environment.
Why Druva Phoenix
Unified Backup, Archival, and DR in the Cloud
By leveraging the elasticity and scale-out capabilities provided by the cloud, Phoenix enables organizations to centralize the data protection and management for enterprise workloads including physical file servers and/or NAS and databases, virtual (Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware vSphere, and Nutanix AHV) and hybrid (VMware Cloud on AWS - VMC) environments. From a single control plane, IT can easily recover server data down to the file level, failover virtual machines (VMs) for DR with a RTO of minutes, easily archive and manage data in the cloud for compliance, and replicate, and spin up instances crossregion for test and dev (workload mobility) purposes.
Up to 60% Lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
With Druva Phoenix, organizations significantly lower their TCO over traditional or competitive solutions. Being 100% cloud-native, Phoenix requires no additional hardware or software for data protection, employs an auto-tiering model for cost efficient storage, provides global scale-out deduplication -- reducing bandwidth usage by up to 80% with the smallest storage footprint, and offers customers a true “pay-as-you-go” model that eliminates wasted resources. Furthermore, there are no restore (egress) chargers and customers only pay for data stored, post global deduplication, in the cloud.
Only Cloud-Native SaaS Solution Built on AWS
Built from advanced cloud technologies and microservices in Amazon Web Services (AWS), Phoenix harnesses the native efficiencies and global reach of the public cloud while delivering unmatched storage flexibility, scalability, data durability, and security.