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Retrofitting Traditional Solutions for the Public Cloud?

With server data becoming increasingly decentralized and varied, cloud is becoming the favored option to modernize data protection and reduce infrastructure burden and costs created by legacy vendors through:

  • * Heavy Infrastructure Requirements
  • * Administrative Complexity
  • * Inefficient capacity scaling

Cloud backup, with Druva Phoenix, offers a new, cost effective approach to address the modern data landscape and close the gaps of legacy architectures.

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“With Phoenix we gained data visibility while reducing costs and complexity, simplifying and reinforcing our entire data protection strategy.”

Brian Bagwell, Director of IT – North America, Andritz Inc.

The Druva TCO Gurantee*

60TB of Cloud Backup FREE if we can’t demonstrate significant TCO savings in your environment.

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*This promotional offer is limited to qualifying organizations, which must be a current customer of Commvault, Net Backup, Backup Exec, Avamar, or a similar legacy system. Participating organizations will be subject to a qualifying interview with a Druva representative. 60TBs is equivalent to 60TB Phoenix Credits. In calculating Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), Druva will use a 3 year model and a 3x deduplication rate, which is an average rate calculated across customers. Actual deduplication rates may vary depending on data types. Offer is limited to 1 per organization. Terms are subject to change by Druva, Inc. in its sole discretion. Druva © 2017. All rights reserved.

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Why Cloud Backup is Right for Your Business

Features Traditional Solutions Druva Phoenix
Infrastructure Requirement High – Requires lots of infrastructure Low – Eliminates costly hardware appliances, data centers and costly administrative backup staff
Complexity in Managing High – requires lots of infrastructure to setup and maintain Low – Eliminates multiple resources, including tape drives, secondary disk storage, backup software, as well as ongoing maintenance costs, streamlining operations and removes administrative burden
Global Reach Low – Requires provisioning of additional infrastructure in customer selected regions High – On-demand scale to any global organization’s need with 30+ customer-selectable regions worldwide
On-demand elasticity Low – Requires provisioning of additional hardware capacity High – Stateless nodes and fully elastic storage for both data and metadata, enables ability to scale flexibly and seamlessly without bottlenecks or additional hardware
Scalability of single storage Low – Uses a tiered backup architecture comprising of disk hardware and tapes to reduce costs, involving complex workflows with multiple vendors. High – Seamlessly manages tiering in the cloud, with warm data available for instant restores and cold data automatically archived into lower cost storage
Total cost of ownership High – Lacks storage efficiencies, complex pricing models and requires over provisioning of hardware capacity to allow for peak consumption. Low – Cloud storage coupled with disruptive consumption based billing allows users to pay only for what they truly consume

Choosing the right model

There are significant differences between a cloud-native data protection solution and those that call themselves “clouds.” This executive brief provides critical insights into the pros and cons of four distinct backup models.

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Navigate Through Today’s Data Risks with Cloud Information Management

Learn how Cloud Information Management (CIM) can transform your global data sprawl into a highly optimized data set with greater data visibility and protection, less legal and regulatory risk, and provide significant cost savings.

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