Radical simplicity. Radical pricing.

It’s well-known by IT leaders that cloud backup offers simplicity, ease-of-use, and significant pricing advantages over on-premises data backup. Delivered as-a-Service and deployed in as little as 15 minutes, Druva can safeguard your organization’s data with a secure and centralized cloud backup and recovery solution to prevent accidental or malicious data loss, as well as ransomware attacks.

For a limited time, purchase one-year of Druva Phoenix Enterprise or Druva inSync Cloud Elite backup service and you will get two months free*. This is in addition to the up to 50% TCO savings you already get for moving your data backup to the cloud. Say goodbye to hardware, software, and upgrade/patches complexity.

It’s time to make a change! Contact us today.

*Get two-months free of Druva Phoenix Enterprise or Druva inSync Cloud Elite with a one-year purchase of service. Offer valid for 12 consecutive months purchase of Phoenix Enterprise (with no rollover for free credits) and inSync Cloud Elite (with unlimited add-on and no rollover for free credits) only. Offer is limited to first time Druva customers only. It may not be combined with other offers. Offer subject to change or cancellation without notice. Void where prohibited. Offer expires on March 31, 2020.

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Moving to SaaS – Better Data Protection at 50% of the TCO

The IT world is transforming from on-premises hardware and software to cloud computing and infrastructure. SaaS solutions such as Salesforce led the way, but cloud infrastructure and platforms (IaaS / PaaS) have been gaining strong adoption as well. Why? Because they eliminate or reduce the cost and complexity of maintaining on-premises infrastructure.

Data protection is a prime service to move to a cloud-native architecture, and the TCO savings of moving to the cloud are astounding. In addition, a cloud-native solution like Druva enables you to harness the value of your data through streamlined governance, improved compliance, increased visibility and better decision making.

Join us to discuss:

  • Why data protection is your next SaaS transformation.
  • Core benefits of SaaS data protection: simplicity, savings, scalability and security.
  • How cloud-based data protection provides customers with up to 50% lower TCO.
  • Insights into how you can do more with your backup data - no restore analytics and more.

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How Programmatic DNS Propels Global Application Distribution

DNS geo routing is a commonly used technique for connecting users to the closest web site or application point of presence. Most DNS services offer geo routing but not all are created equal. What they do and how they do it matters for performance and manageability. In addition,geo routing alone may not deliver the performance targets your business needs.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How georouting works on different DNS providers and what you should look for.
  • Geo-targeting vs Geo-fencing.
  • Why georouting often does not provide the best response and how to know if that is impacting your business.
  • How you can improve application performance by combining georouting with active traffic steering on the NS1 platform.

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Internal DNS for Modern Enterprise

Cloud architectures, microservices, and infrastructure scale have exposed unmet needs in DNS that now hamper modernization efforts,including the need for flexible traffic management, service discovery, rapid propagation, and comprehensive API support.

In this webinar, we discuss Private DNS, NS1's next-gen software only DNS that helps solve the performance, traffic management and automation challenges of modern enterprises.

Private DNS is designed primarily for deployment within enterprise intranets to meet the needs of user-to-user, user to device/application and application to application communication. It's massively scalable, automated, fast and smart.

Join us if you’d like to learn how Private DNS can:-

  • Reduce deployment delays in DevOps.
  • Speed up DNS service discovery.
  • Improve traffic management and load balancing.
  • Get your DNS sprawl under control.

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An Application-Centric Solution for DNS, DHCP and IP Address Management

Fundamental changes are taking place in enterprise IT. The first is how applications are deployed – from application architectures through the processes of code, integration, test and production. The second is how applications are delivered. Enterprises are adopting distributed infrastructures using public cloud, edge networks and private cloud for better performance, uptime and efficiency. In almost every industry, achieving competitive advantage through applications is driving IT transformation.

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Five Cloud Deployment Mistakes That Will Cost You

With lack of visibility into how cloud resources are utilized, it's easy to make costly mistakes. This paper covers five network-related cloud deployment mistakes that you might not be aware of that can negate the cloud benefits you’re hoping to achieve.

Topics discussed in this whitepaper include:

  • The risks and costs associated with redundant cloud-based services.
  • The importance of avoiding “hair-pin” traffic routing scenarios when configuring cloud services.
  • How to minimize costs by minimizing unnecessary inter-region traffic.
  • Understanding the network behavior of cloud services and taking advantage of basic optimization, configuration, and compression opportunities.
  • Recommendations for reducing Internet content delivery costs.

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The State of Network Management in 2018

Businesses rely on their networks for nearly every aspect of their operations. If packets don’t move, users and customers are directly impacted and revenue doesn’t flow.

Read the results of Kentik's survey of networking industry professionals and review how organizations are addressing their network management challenges including:

  • How network professionals assessed their organizations’ readiness to tackle networking automation and advanced networking/security analytics.
  • Why user experience and data breaches are among the top network worries.
  • How the proliferation of tools for managing networks and improving cloud visibility is impacting the enterprise and which technologies are most commonly deployed.

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Immedion Maintains Always-On, Secure Data Centers with Kentik

With bad actors constantly looking for opportunities to disrupt or penetrate networks, real-time network visibility and threat alerting are imperative. That’s why regional cloud and data center provider, Immedion chose Kentik to help maintain high customer satisfaction and provide always-on, accessible, secure services.

In their search, Immedion found that on-premises solutions required data-collector platforms to be deployed at each of its seven sites, requiring significant resources to setup and manage. With Kentik’s SaaS solution, no additional resources were needed and all sites were covered. Plus, they were able to query their network data within seconds compared to the minutes or hours that other solutions required.

Read this case study and learn how Immedion achieved:

  • Real-Time Visibility and Security Across Seven Facilities
  • Significant Time and Cost Savings
  • High Commitment to Service-Level Agreements

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Cloud Architecture Best Practices: Using the Right Tools

Building a cloud application is like building a house. Without following industry best practices, everything could come tumbling down. Fortunately, Amazon established cloud architecture best practices, the AWS Well-Architected Framework.

This paper outlines their principles, "Five Pillars", best practices for cloud and further extends the Framework to networking — a critical part of cloud architecture.

This white paper will:

  • Outline the AWS Well-Architected Framework: Principles,“Five Pillars,” and best practices.
  • Inform how the Framework applies to networking — a critical part of cloud architecture.
  • Highlight how Kentik can help effectively implement these best practices.

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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

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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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