Simple and scalable backup with ransomware protection
Cloud backup for Nutanix that deploys in minutes and scales on-demand. Zero-trust architecture and multi-level resilience protect backup data.
Fast and flexible restores and workload mobility
Restore VMs, disks, and files from the cloud, in the cloud, and from on-premises.
Lower the TCO of Nutanix backup and recovery
Reduce infrastructure, storage, and management costs by eliminating backup copies, using direct-to-cloud backup, and integrating long-term retention.
The most efficient data protection for Nutanix hybrid cloud deployments
- Simple operations — Deploy in minutes with no hardware or special training required
- Fast, storage-efficient backups with global, source deduplication and ever-incrementals
- Transparent and dynamic scaling of compute and storage on-demand
Multi-layered security and accelerated ransomware recovery
- Immutable backups and data isolation (“air gap”) prevent encryption of backups
- Multi-layered platform security (no root access) and multi-factor authentication
- Built-in orchestration and automation for accelerated ransomware recovery
Extreme storage efficiency with no management overhead
- Source, global deduplication across on-premises and cloud instances
- One resilient backup in the cloud eliminates offsite requirements and duplicate data
- Integrated cloud archiving for long-term retention cuts storage costs by up to 50%*
Flexible restores and workload mobility across on-premises and cloud
- Fast restore of disks, VMs, and files from the cloud or locally from Druva CloudCache*
- Restore on-premises VMs in the cloud to facilitate workload migrations
* CloudCache and LTR support for the AHV workloads is expected in 1H 2022 (already available for all other hybrid workloads)
In the race to adopt containers, unfortunately, protection often gets left behind. Druva offers a singular solution that can fold Kubernetes protection to an existing data management system, offering a compelling option for businesses expanding their use of container workloads.
Phil Goodwin, Research Director, IDC