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Radically Simple Data Center Backup

Experience the power of SaaS for data center backup and DR

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Transform your data center backup with Druva Phoenix™

Scalable, all-in-one backup, disaster recovery (DR), archival and analytics. Simplify data protection, dramatically reduce costs, and improve data visibility for today’s complex information environments.

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Cloud-Native Environments

Microsoft 365 | G-Suite | Slack


Oracle | MS-SQL

Virtual Environments

VMware | Hyper-V

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File / Physical Servers

NAS | Linux | Windows

Reduce TCO by up to 50%
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Drive costs down with cloud data protection, global deduplication, intelligent tiering to AWS S3 Glacier Deep Archive, and pay-as-you-go pricing.

All-in-one Backup, Archival & DR

Centralize your local and remote data protection, with a single control plane to manage all your data center backup and disaster recovery needs.

Delivered “As-a-Service”, Built on AWS

Provision data protection within minutes, securely with on demand scalability, without the overhead of hardware, software or maintenance.

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Druva Data Resiliency Cloud

Built on the Druva Cloud File System, AI-powered metadata engine, microservices-based processing, API-first, and a Zero Trust security model.

Defense-in-depth, zero-trust security and accelerated ransomware recovery

Cyber Resiliency

Backup & Restore | Disaster Recovery

Protect | Detect | Respond | Recover

Archival | Compliance | eDiscovery

Druva Phoenix™ Features

How it Works

What’s your TCO Savings?

Total cost of ownership goes beyond just the cost of acquiring a new data center backup protection product; it’s important to look at the long term cost and complexity of the solution. Our TCO calculator can show you the savings potential of the cloud.

Additional Resources


Druva Phoenix Datasheet


CIOs Guide to Cloud-First Data Protection

Customer Success

Northgate Markets

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