Built on native public cloud infrastructure, the core of Druva’s platform is a scale-out secondary storage architecture for unstructured and structured information. Distinct metadata and data separation unlocks the value of data for multiple workflows by leveraging the same data blocks for parallel use cases.
These core secondary storage architecture technology innovations are the foundation for the primary platform modules and facilitate fast, cost effective data handling of multiple parallel workloads that utilize a single, common underlying dataset.
Data is captured once as backup, and leveraged for multiple data protection needs, including restores, disaster recovery, search, compliance and information governance. Supporting multiple workloads on a common dataset significantly lowers a business’ total IT costs. With no additional software, infrastructure or replicated storage, organizations can streamline data management and increase overall business agility.
From a single, integrated dashboard, Druva enables organizations to manage the resiliency and governance of their global data footprint. Not only can they maintain comprehensive data security, but comply with rapidly evolving global compliance and data privacy regulations.