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Druva Breaks the Data Center to Cloud Barrier

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According to a new press release, “Druva Inc. , a global leader in cloud data protection and management, today announced the Druva Cloud Platform, Druva’s Data Management-as-a-Service solution, is now available on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Snowball Edge. This solution allows enterprises to freely move data between on-premises and cloud without the lock-in, complexity, and cost of legacy hardware, enabling them to speed up their infrastructure to cloud transition. Organizations are rapidly adopting cloud infrastructure for application services. According to Druva’s recent survey, data protection is a key motivator for a transition to the cloud, with 85 percent recognizing the need given the cloud’s scalability, distributed architecture, and added resiliency. However, even as this transition takes place, businesses require short recovery times for mission-critical services on-premises, which forces organizations to maintain older, complicated systems for rapid recovery.”

The release continues, “AWS Snowball Edge is a data migration and edge computing device with 100TB of capacity and support for computing tasks via built-in Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) and AWS Lambda function capabilities. Druva is using these advanced capabilities to facilitate a fast transition of data to and from the cloud. Enterprises get the benefits of workload mobility and the advantages of advanced cloud services like disaster recovery and replication — improving their overall business continuity SLAs without the need for dedicated appliances or secondary storage devices. Pre-packaged with Druva’s cloud data management technology and delivered directly from AWS to the customer, organizations experience a true as-a-service offering, simplifying provisioning and management, at no additional cost.”

Read more at Druva.com.

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