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The Druva Story

Druva offers data protection across data centers, cloud applications, and endpoints. It securely backups and recovers data. Checkout how it offers the scale and simplicity of the public cloud.

Kajal Jain

What is Druva?

A SaaS platform for data protection across data centers, cloud applications, and endpoints, Dhruva securely backups and recovers data. It offers the scale and simplicity of the public cloud while users do not feel the burn with the pay-as-you-go model.

Druva is here to help you enforce data governance and harness intelligence with search and analytics to leverage the potential of the data to the fullest.

Druva’s Target Customer

While Druva initially targeted only financial companies with its data management offering, it shifted to general enterprise data management in the years that followed. As of today, Druva offers cloud based data management solutions for all ticket sizes.

Key Problems that Druva Solves for its Customers

Druva builds data protection and management products for businesses and government agencies. Businesses that need aggregated enterprise data from endpoints and data centers are Druva’s ideal customers. The product is also well-versed at cloud workloads for backup and restore, disaster recovery, archival and retention, compliance monitoring, data forensics, and other uses.

Druva Competitors

  • Veeam
  • Acronis
  • Commvault
  • Microsoft
  • Veritas Technologies
  • Arcserve
  • Code42
  • OpenText (Carbonite)

Funding and Leadership

 Druva Pricing

Druva offers three levels of pricing ranging from business level that starts at $2 per user per month, to enterprise level that ranges from $4 per user per month and elite level that begins at $7 per user per month.

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