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Druva acquires CloudRanger to accelerate data protection and management for AWS workloads

Druva, Inc., has announced it has acquired CloudRanger, a backup and disaster recovery solutions provider for AWS. The acquisition significantly expands the data protection footprint of the Druva Cloud Platform.

Headquartered in Ireland, CloudRanger simplifies management and reduces costs associated with the complexities of orchestrating resiliency for enterprise workloads operating in the cloud. CloudRanger is one of the fastest growing cloud native ‘as-a-Service’ providers in the market with enterprise clients across a number of industries including NASCAR, Rockwell Collins and Vanderbilt University. The company has more than 300 customers and experienced 300 percent growth in revenue over the past six months.

As enterprises continue to migrate their business workloads to the cloud, the breadth of storage locations increases the complexity of managing the data. This makes it a challenge to meet data protection service level agreements (SLA), provide resiliency, and automate disaster recovery for ensuring business continuity. With the acquisition of CloudRanger, Druva customers will now achieve a single administrative and policy management solution for their data regardless of where it resides which greatly reduces the data protection complexity of their environments.

www.cloudranger.com
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