Druva Cloud Platform Unifies Data Management Across Clouds

by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Druva, Inc. today announced a major update to its Druva Cloud Platform to address the growing challenges posed as enterprises store more data in complex, heterogeneous cloud environments. The Druva Cloud Platform, which is now available, offers a data management-as-a-service solution that unifies data protection, management and intelligence capabilities for business-critical data. The new update extends the platform capabilities for cloud applications, and customers can now view and manage their data across SaaS (Software-as-a-Service), PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) and IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) to ensure their data is properly managed through its lifecycle, meets enterprise service level agreements, and achieves consistency of service regardless of where their data is ultimately stored.”

The release continues, “Druva’s unique cloud-native architecture and innovative pay-as-you-consume Data Management-as-a-Service platform means that companies do not need to invest in additional hardware or special software. Unlike other solutions on the market, Druva Cloud Platform readily scales to accommodate terabytes or petabytes of data due to its cloud-based architecture. (1) Protecting disparate systems—Druva Cloud Platform provides a single point of data management and protection for workloads in the cloud. With integrated visibility and management into Druva Apollo, Druva inSync and Druva Phoenix services, the platform enables enterprise customers to achieve consistency of data protection and lifecycle management across environments, including following the data when workloads move (e.g. from on-premises to VMware on AWS, to AWS native environment). (2) Different clouds have different data management needs—Druva Cloud Platform’s single management control plane ensures that the right rules are in place for all enterprise data, as well as customizing those rules where it is appropriate or required to do so.”

Read more at Globe Newswire

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