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The Definitive Guide to Enterprise Data Backup and Recovery Architectures

Modern data environments are distributed with endpoint, data center, and cloud workloads. On-premises data protection has not kept pace — while the cloud offers less expensive and more scalable solutions that are significantly easier to manage and maintain.

Download this eBook and learn:

  • The important differences between on-premises, hybrid, hosted, and cloud-native data protection and management solutions
  • The ABCs of recovery time objectives (RTOs) in the cloud
  • How cloud reliability has increased with improved physical security, continuous monitoring, frequent security audits, and new compliance measures
  • Questions for finding the right cloud data protection strategy

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The Cloud-­First Data Protection Playbook

A growing number of businesses are adopting a cloud-first strategy, and data protection is often one of the first IT functions to migrate to cloud. However, simply relocating legacy backup solutions can lead to unexpected costs, incomplete data, and compromised performance. It can also make complying with regional data privacy rules more difficult.

Businesses migrating to the cloud need solutions that protect and manage data across endpoint, data center, and cloud workloads.

Download this strategic playbook and learn:

  • Why you should move data protection to the cloud
  • Reasons why businesses are going cloud-­first
  • Benefits of cloud­-native backup and recovery
  • 6 steps for a smooth transition to cloud backup and recovery

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Druva turns up the heat in the DRaaS market with new enterprise features

Protecting and managing data is becoming more complex and costly, especially with ransomware, GDPR, backup/recovery and data locality requirements. That’s why your organization should start thinking about deploying a cloud backup and disaster recovery solution to overcome these challenges.

Read the 451 Research Report and you’ll discover why the DRaaS market is “white­hot,” key DRaaS trends, and how Druva fits into the equation:

  • Exponential acceleration of data moving to the cloud
  • Data protection giving way to data management
  • Merging of backup, DR, and business continuity functions
  • Need for analytics and machine learning techniques to determine the relative value of data

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The Definitive Guide to Enterprise Data Backup and Recovery Architectures

Modern data environments are distributed with endpoint, data center, and cloud workloads. On-premises data protection has not kept pace — while the cloud offers less expensive and more scalable solutions that are significantly easier to manage and maintain.

Download this eBook and learn:

  • The important differences between on-premises, hybrid, hosted, and cloud-native data protection and management solutions
  • The ABCs of recovery time objectives (RTOs) in the cloud
  • How cloud reliability has increased with improved physical security, continuous monitoring, frequent security audits, and new compliance measures
  • Questions for finding the right cloud data protection strategy

View Now

The Cloud-­First Data Protection Playbook

A growing number of businesses are adopting a cloud-first strategy, and data protection is often one of the first IT functions to migrate to cloud. However, simply relocating legacy backup solutions can lead to unexpected costs, incomplete data, and compromised performance. It can also make complying with regional data privacy rules more difficult.

Businesses migrating to the cloud need solutions that protect and manage data across endpoint, data center, and cloud workloads.

Download this strategic playbook and learn:

  • Why you should move data protection to the cloud
  • Reasons why businesses are going cloud-­first
  • Benefits of cloud­-native backup and recovery
  • 6 steps for a smooth transition to cloud backup and recovery

View Now

Druva turns up the heat in the DRaaS market with new enterprise features

Protecting and managing data is becoming more complex and costly, especially with ransomware, GDPR, backup/recovery and data locality requirements. That’s why your organization should start thinking about deploying a cloud backup and disaster recovery solution to overcome these challenges.

Read the 451 Research Report and you’ll discover why the DRaaS market is “white­hot,” key DRaaS trends, and how Druva fits into the equation:

  • Exponential acceleration of data moving to the cloud
  • Data protection giving way to data management
  • Merging of backup, DR, and business continuity functions
  • Need for analytics and machine learning techniques to determine the relative value of data

View Now

2018: State Of Virtualization In The Cloud

Momentum of cloud adoption for virtual workloads continues to grow, but it’s not without challenges. While there are a variety of motivations driving this transition, one thing is clear: organizations are still figuring out what the best approaches are.

No matter where you are on your journey to the cloud, understanding the role the cloud plays with your virtual environment has become an integral part of your IT initiatives.

Download this report to learn about:

  • The challenges organizations face on their journey to the cloud
  • The motivations - and risk - associated with this trend
  • How organizations globally are approaching moving virtual workloads to the cloud

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Streamlining VM Backups With The Public Cloud

Managing Your VMware, VMC, Hyper-V, and Nutanix Backups With the Public Cloud

Managing the backup and restore of virtual machines in a distributed environment is typically a convoluted process. Leveraging a cloud-native platform for these data protection workloads enables organizations to reduce the demands on IT teams as well as their budgets.

Find out how Druva can help you harness these advantages:

  • Infrastructure that is hosted completely offsite
  • Fast response times in the case of failover for disaster recovery (DR)
  • Dynamic DR and global workload mobility
  • Centralized global coordination and monitoring
  • Radically lower total cost of ownership (TCO)

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Making The Business Case For VMware Cloud Backup

Managing the backup and restore of virtual machines is typically a complex operational process. Making the business case to move these workloads to the cloud is critical to reduce new hardware, software, and administrative burden.

Gain real-world Insights that will help you:

  • Understand the economics of legacy solutions vs cloud-based solutions.
  • Calculate the return on investment (ROI) for your project.
  • Remove virtual infrastructure backup complexity
  • Leverage enterprise cloud backup for disaster recovery
  • Reduce costs up to 60% with an all-in-one cloud-native backup solution

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Enterprise Data Backup & Recovery Architectures

Comparing On-Premises vs. Hybrid vs. Hosted vs. Cloud-Native

There is more critical data to back up than ever before, and on-premises data protection has not kept pace. Modern data environments are distributed, and include remote and branch offices, mobile devices, and cloud applications.

Due to on-premises backup challenges, IT managers are struggling with lost data, fragmented management and poor visibility, which also impact their ability to comply with regional data residency and security rules, and service-level agreements (SLAs). To overcome these challenges, your organization will need to modernize your data protection strategy.

Read this eBook and you’ll learn:

  • The real challenge with on-premises data protection
  • Which data protection architectures are the most popular
  • The difference between hosted cloud vs. cloud native
  • Which cloud data protection strategy is right for your organization

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Streamlining VM Backups With The Public Cloud

Managing Your VMware, VMC, Hyper-V, and Nutanix Backups With the Public Cloud

Managing the backup and restore of virtual machines in a distributed environment is typically a convoluted process. Leveraging a cloud-native platform for these data protection workloads enables organizations to reduce the demands on IT teams as well as their budgets.

Find out how Druva can help you harness these advantages:

  • Infrastructure that is hosted completely offsite
  • Fast response times in the case of failover for disaster recovery (DR)
  • Dynamic DR and global workload mobility
  • Centralized global coordination and monitoring
  • Radically lower total cost of ownership (TCO)

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2018: State Of Virtualization In The Cloud

Momentum of cloud adoption for virtual workloads continues to grow, but it’s not without challenges. While there are a variety of motivations driving this transition, one thing is clear: organizations are still figuring out what the best approaches are.

No matter where you are on your journey to the cloud, understanding the role the cloud plays with your virtual environment has become an integral part of your IT initiatives.

Download this report to learn about:

  • The challenges organizations face on their journey to the cloud
  • The motivations - and risk - associated with this trend
  • How organizations globally are approaching moving virtual workloads to the cloud

View Now

Making The Business Case For VMware Cloud Backup

Managing the backup and restore of virtual machines is typically a complex operational process. Making the business case to move these workloads to the cloud is critical to reduce new hardware, software, and administrative burden.

Gain real-world Insights that will help you:

  • Understand the economics of legacy solutions vs cloud-based solutions.
  • Calculate the return on investment (ROI) for your project.
  • Remove virtual infrastructure backup complexity
  • Leverage enterprise cloud backup for disaster recovery
  • Reduce costs up to 60% with an all-in-one cloud-native backup solution

Get Whitepaper

How To Move VMware Data Protection To The Cloud

Managing the backup and restore of virtual machines in a distributed environment is typically a convoluted process. Leveraging a cloud-native platform for these data protection workloads enables organizations to reduce the demands on IT teams as well as their budgets.

Read how VMware data protection in the cloud provides:

  • Infrastructure that is hosted completely offsite
  • Fast response times in the case of failover for disaster recovery
  • Dynamic Disaster Recovery (DR) and global workload mobility
  • Centralized global coordination and monitoring
  • Radically Lower TCO

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8 ESSENTIAL PRACTICES FOR HYPERVISOR BACKUP

Virtualization tools like Hyper-V, Nutanix, VMware and other hypervisors allow systems to overcome physical barriers between resources while optimizing server and storage utilization as well as offering increasing flexibility. But protecting the environment and the ever-growing amount of structured and unstructured data being created is still too often ineffectively addressed with complex, on-premises secondary storage models that come with heavy administrative overhead and infrastructure costs. The cloud is not shackled by these limitations.

The cloud is meeting the increasing needs related to business continuity and information governance as new trends change how infrastructure resiliency and long-term retention shape the data protection landscape. Download this asset to learn 8 essential real-world practices to put in place for hypervisor backup, archival and disaster recovery (DR).

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