Druva, Inc., has announced extended data protection capabilities for Amazon Web Services (AWS) enterprise workloads, including innovative backup and data management for Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), long-term archiving for Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) snapshots and new global policies for AWS accounts. With these latest additions, customers can more effectively manage some of today’s most popular workloads, enable consistent storage policies across the platform and lower costs with Druva’s industry-leading automated storage tiering capabilities.
As enterprises continue to expand their footprint on AWS, inputting greater amounts of data and increasingly leveraging its extensive portfolio of services, teams are tasked with protecting and analyzing this ever-growing environment. Given this influx of data now requiring oversight, a centralized approach can help teams properly manage their data, meet compliance requirements, and optimize storage.
Now, Druva customers can reduce risk, intelligently store data across Amazon S3 storage tiers, and increase visibility with capabilities including:
Amazon S3 backup: access a consumer-friendly interface to navigate snapshots of Amazon S3 buckets and set granular version control with backup policies for Amazon S3 buckets across regions and accounts within AWS with include/exclude rule-based selections of Amazon S3 buckets and S3 Objects.
Amazon EBS archival: transition Amazon EBS snapshots to Amazon S3 storage classes like Amazon S3 Glacier and Amazon S3 Glacier Deep Archive, significantly reducing costs by up to 50X* while retaining availability for business continuity, compliance, customer contracts and e-Discovery.
Global data management policies: automated onboarding allows users to onboard and set policies across one or hundreds of accounts from the user’s AWS estate with the same level of effort, including AWS GovCloud accounts. Additionally, global policies bring the ability to not only list backup policies across accounts, but apply those policies to full accounts. With new policy selectors, users can include or exclude instances into backup policies by ID, Tag, AWS Account, AWS Organization, VPC, Subnet or Region, unifying policies across accounts. This significantly reduces the effort required by large enterprises to ensure consistent data protection across their entire AWS estate.
Druva’s new capabilities are expected to be generally available by Q1 2020 within Druva CloudRanger and immediately available to select customers via early access. Druva CloudRanger is available on the AWS Marketplace.