Join Druva for a 30 minute briefing and learn what to look for when evaluating cloud-based Data Protection solutions. We’ll discuss the best practices for a backup solution that protects your on premise data whilst ensuring the data protection repository is away from your network.
Storage Managers, Data Protection administrators, and anyone responsible for data would be interested in this webinar on Best Practices. Register and learn
- Why data protection works best in a cloud-native environment
- Real-world solutions architecture will be discussed with respect to Data protection
- Modernize your Data Protection by considering what to look for in a cloud-based solution
We expect the session to be well subscribed, so register now!
Allan Swanepoel Principle Engineer, David Gildea VP of Product & Tony McGarry Senior Principal Engineer Druva
As organizations mature on the AWS cloud, the challenges of designing, building, and running large scale SaaS applications have become more apparent. Thankfully building and scaling on AWS is something that Druva has been excelling in for many years.
Register now to join our panel, David Gildea, Tony McGarry & Allan Swanepoel in Episode 2. Our team of experts will delve deep into the AWS Well-Architected pillars, starting with ‘Operational Excellence’.
Girish Chanchlani Partner Solutions Architect AWS, David Gildea VP of Product Druva, Tony McGarry Senior Principal Engineer
Meet the Cloud Architects
Episode 1: Excelling with AWS well-architected framework
Join Druva and AWS technical experts for the launch of our new webinar series, ‘Meet the cloud architect’. Each episode the panel will be sharing their real-world experience and key learnings of building and scaling on the AWS cloud platform and how they used the AWS Well-Architected Framework.
Our goal of episode one is to provide pro tips to help simplify your journey when building large scale global SaaS applications on AWS. It will help you bridge the gap between theory and practice, by identifying pain points before they materialize.
Don’t miss out on these powerful tips! Register now to join Druva product experts and this episode’s special guest, Girish Chanchlani from AWS, in our inaugural Meet the Cloud Architect Series.
Executing a cloud strategy is critical to most organizations’ modernization initiatives.
Within these environments, many different types of applications may need to be supported - including applications migrated from on-premises data centers, SaaS applications, and cloud-native applications born in the cloud.
Join us to learn how AWS infrastructure paired with Druva’s comprehensive solution suite help you migrate, manage, and protect your increasingly diverse application and technology requirements.
Schneider Larbi, Partner Solutions Architect, AWS and Stephen Manley, Chief Technologist, Druva
As your IT footprint expands, it may seem like there are no other alternatives than to obtain more hardware. But purchasing more capacity, even in virtualized environments, ultimately adds up: More patching, more maintenance, and a hefty on-premises infrastructure filled with data that you need to manage and protect.
But what if there was an alternate solution out there — one in the cloud?
By extending your data center to the cloud, you’ll gain the reliability, flexibility, and cost savings you’re looking for to adapt quickly and scale on demand. And as your data center infrastructure resides both on-premises and in the cloud, leveraging a cloud-based solution to backup and protect this data enables you to easily manage data protection functions across your new hybrid infrastructure.
Join this webinar with AWS and Druva, 100% SaaS data protection solution powered by AWS, to learn how you can:
● Extend your on-premises data center to the cloud to make your business more flexible, scalable, and secure
● Maintain consistent, familiar IT operations while accelerating your journey to cloud
● Secure the data protection solution your modern cloud infrastructure deserves, eliminating hardware infrastructure for both your data centers and data backup
Presented by AWS and Druva, featuring Robert Lyons, CTO, Katz Media Group
Accelerate cloud migration with cloud-based data protection. Watch this webinar to learn how Druva, powered by AWS, helped national media conglomerate Katz Media Group shift from on-premises data center protection to a 100% cloud-based solution — kick-starting an organizational shift to the cloud that enabled more agility, efficiency, and cost-savings.
Watch to learn how Druva’s cloud-native data protection solution built on AWS empowered Katz Media Group to:
• Validate the shift from capital expenses (CapEx) to operating expenses (OpEx) with TCO savings of up to 50%
• Improve organizational agility, data security, and accessibility with a comprehensive cloud-based solution
• Boost employee productivity through a single console that manages endpoints, data centers, and cloud-native workloads
• Accelerate time to value with easy deployment and single-click backup and disaster recovery from the cloud
The 2020 US presidential election is behind us, but the key cybersecurity issues surrounding election integrity could linger for years to come. From ransomware attacks on local governments, to the untamed spread of disinformation, to experimenting with online voting apps and the myriad of vulnerabilities uncovered across election infrastructures, cybersecurity had never before taken such a central place in the national conversation as it did in 2020.
So, what have we learned in the aftermath? And how can we apply it to better protect upcoming elections as well as enterprises, customers and employees?
Join this interactive panel with security experts and tech leaders to learn the biggest lessons from the election from a cybersecurity and privacy standpoint. Discover what went down, what could have gone better and how to prepare for the midterm elections in 2022.
- Can we build a hack-free election
- Does misinformation on social sites impact how people vote and what can be done to stop the spread
- What was new this time and what should security leaders keep in mind for their organizations
- Would it be safer if we brought the voting process online or in app
- Can nation state actors change voter rolls or polling data
- What the biggest election threats mean for industry
- Key takeaways for cybersecurity leaders
- Jim Richberg, Public Sector Field CISO at Fortinet
- W. Curtis Preston, Chief Technical Evangelist, Druva
This episode is part of The (Security) Balancing Act original series with Diana Kelley. We welcome viewer participation and questions during this interactive panel session.
To succeed with Kubernetes, you have to architect for compute, storage and data. As production applications move to Kubernetes, so do the requirements for data protection, security, and compliance. With almost limitless Kubernetes configurations and developer needs, it can seem overwhelming to protect.
However, by architecting data management into your Kubernetes environment, you can keep your organization safe and productive.
In this session, we will discuss best practices and approaches for protecting and optimizing Kubernetes clusters and applications.
Stephen Manley - Chief Technologist /Jake Burns- Enterprise Strategist
Do you ever wonder why everybody else is in the cloud and you’re not? Join technical leaders from Druva and AWS for a discussion on best practices for running data protection in the cloud. Hear real-world examples of other companies’ pitfalls and successes as they move their backup and recovery workloads to AWS.
You will learn:
How to architect cloud data protection - best practices, top workloads, key challenges
What to consider when looking at hybrid and multi-cloud Core
technologies and trends that you need to consider.
In today’s unprecedented times, we stand united to help the growing remote workforce by leveraging advances in cloud technology to enable business continuity and worker productivity. At Druva, our cloud-based data backup and recovery solution can help protect your organization’s business-critical data from accidental data loss and ransomware, while maintaining data security and compliance.
With a cloud-native data platform, you can deploy a backup instance in 15 minutes - away from the data center and in absence of onsite hardware and software maintenance complexities.
Watch our product demo and we’ll show you how to start protecting end-points and SaaS apps data, such as Office 365, so your remote workforce can stay productive from anywhere.
Perry Kollmorgen, IT Manager, Queensland Brain Institute W. Curtis Preston, Chief Technical Evangelist, Druva Girish Chanchla
The Queensland Brain Institute is an Australian neuroscience research institute located in Brisbane at the St Lucia campus of The University of Queensland. The Queensland Brain Institute’s researchers work to understand the development, organization and function of the brain. Collaboration with clinicians and commercial partners to develop new therapeutic approaches for brain diseases generates terabytes of data.
With most researchers having several hundred gigabytes of critical data on their machines and the need to facilitate global collaboration, an increasing issue the institute needed to solve was data availability and backup reliability at the endpoint.
The team discovered Druva and quickly saw the benefits of cloud-based data protection for endpoints.
“Having a fully automated data protection solution was a night-and-day improvement. Implementation of Druva inSync was straightforward, and we quickly saw trust established between the researchers and Druva. The platform gave them confidence that if anything happens to their device or data, it can be quickly restored,” said Perry Kollmorgen, IT manager.
Rono Jacob - Director Product Management - Druva Cloud Ranger
The explosive growth of cloud workloads has created a decentralized environment, leaving IT teams vulnerable to data protection gaps.
Therefore Cloud Architects are tasked to address issues such as unmanaged data, data mitigation loss, compliance, and rising storage costs. Watch this Webinar learn practical tips to set up and achieve comprehensive cloud-native data protection for AWS workloads.
•Minimize risk of data loss, multi-region, and multi-account DR
•Meeting compliance SLAs and regulatory mandates
•Management challenges of AWS environment growth
•Control retention, snapshot sprawl, and free up resources.
Druva delivers data protection and management for the cloud era. Druva Cloud Platform is built on AWS and offered as-a-Service; delivering globally accessible, infinitely scalable and completely autonomous enterprise data resiliency. Customers drive down costs by up to 50 percent by freeing themselves from the burden of unnecessary hardware, capacity planning, and software management.
Over 4000 enterprise customers have adopted it and 150PB of their data is managed by Druva. Druva is VMC certified, so customers running VMware cloud over AWS can backup and restore quickly, easily and securely.