Druva provides software-as-a-service (SaaS)-delivered data backup and recovery built on Amazon Web Services (AWS). The company was founded in 2008 and made initial headway into small and mid-sized enterprise environments with the Druva inSync endpoint backup and recovery product. Today, inSync is complemented by Druva Phoenix, which offers backup for physical and virtual servers and NAS systems, as well as Druva’s acquired CloudRanger capabilities for AWS backup and recovery. Collectively, these capabilities comprise the Druva Data Resiliency Cloud.
In November 2020, Druva acquired software provider sfApex, which provides developer tools and data migration services specifically for the Salesforce application. sfApex provides data backup, recovery, privacy, and compliance features (including data masking and compliance oversight) – as well as a number of capabilities that facilitate more efficient DevOps processes (e.g. automated and streamlined developer sandbox seeding). The acquisition augments Druva’s support for other business critical SaaS-delivered apps including Google Workspace, Microsoft 365, and Slack.
Druva is not only expanding support for cloud-native apps. It has added direct-to-cloud data protection for Oracle databases that are deployed hybrid on-premises and cloud environments through integration with Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN). The integration will reduce costs, complexities and risk by removing the need for an intermediary staging location for RMAN backups. The RMAN integration also allows for an agentless deployment method that directly connects to NFS backup data stores – in addition to the agent-based deployment option. In addition to backup and recovery, cloning, granular recovery, and automatic tiering of data to long-term retention storage is provided.
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