Druva launches pay-as-you go disaster recovery on AWS

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Disaster recovery is something that all businesses need but few like to contemplate. It's tempting therefore to think that storing data in the cloud makes the problem go away, but of course it doesn't.

You need to look after your data wherever it's stored and to help AWS users with this, data protection specialist Druva is launching its Phoenix cloud-native solution for backup, archive and disaster recovery on the AWS Marketplace.

Using a single dashboard for backup, availability and governance, Druva Phoenix is designed for today’s distributed enterprise server infrastructure. It reduces the risk, effort and cost of protecting and managing structured and unstructured data.

Built on a scalable, cloud native architecture it offers substantial cost savings over legacy, on-premises infrastructure for enterprises. These savings are made by minimizing network bandwidth consumption and reducing the storage footprint of backups and archives, while eliminating the need for expensive hardware and data center facilities.

"More and more customers demand the software-as-a-service (SaaS) model, giving them access to more flexible and cost-efficient pricing. The availability of Druva Phoenix on AWS Marketplace is a significant step forward in making our SaaS services turn-key and accessible to businesses," says Jaspreet Singh, CEO of Druva. "With Druva Phoenix now available on AWS Marketplace, we're able to continue to offer a truly disruptive alternative for server data protection for enterprises leveraging the benefits of the cloud".

Druva Phoenix on AWS will be on show at AWS re:Invent, taking place next week in Las Vegas or you can find out more on the Druva website.

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