by Angela Guess
A new press release reports, “Druva, the global leader in cloud data protection and management, today announced Druva Cloud Platform, an industry-first as-a-Service solution that is redefining the cloud data protection market. Druva’s new platform provides a unified control plane for data management services across endpoint, server, and cloud application data. By centralizing the visibility and control over enterprise-wide data, Druva Cloud Platform can dramatically reduce data risks, as well as the costs of data protection by more than 60 percent.”
Jaspreet Singh, co-founder and CEO of Druva, commented, “The acceleration of data growth and continued storage fragmentation, combined with surmounting pressures from malicious threats, loss, and corruption, and increasing regulatory requirements has raised stewardship complexity beyond reasonable cost and manageability. With this as a backdrop, global enterprises need a fresh approach to simplify the modern enterprise data strategy… The Druva Cloud Platform is designed to mitigate this complexity and cost by providing data protection, governance, and intelligence across the full data footprint of the enterprise — all delivered as a service, something organizations have been trying to achieve for years, but only truly possible with a cloud-native approach that delivers the elasticity and compute necessary to meet these needs.”
The release adds, “The as-a-Service model of the Druva Cloud Platform eliminates the need for ever-expanding, dedicated hardware and storage infrastructure that drive up total cost of ownership, and the associated software that must replicate data between systems to address discrete data challenges (e.g., backup, disaster recovery, compliance, eDiscovery, analytics). With server, endpoint, cloud workload, and application data uniquely optimized as a single, globally de-duplicated data set, and natively managed in the cloud, companies can achieve global visibility and policy management across all their data from a single control plane.”
Read more at Globe Newswire.
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