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If we can’t cut your costs by 50%, get 60 TB of cloud backup on AWS for FREE

Druva Phoenix makes it easier and more cost-effective than ever for you to streamline and centralize your backup, recovery, and archival of your globally distributed data - All from the cloud.

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This promotional offer is limited to qualifying organizations. Qualifying organization must be a current customer of Commvault, Net Backup, Backup Exec, Avamar, or a similar legacy system. All organizations interested in participating will be subject to a qualifying interview with a Druva representative. 60TBs is equivalent to 60TB Phoenix Credits. In calculating Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), Druva will use a 3 year model and a 3x deduplication rate, which is an average rate calculated across customers. Actual deduplication rates may vary depending on data types. Offer is limited to 1 per organization. Terms are subject to change by Druva, Inc. in its sole discretion. Druva © 2017. All rights reserved.

See how Druva Phoenix stacks up against legacy backup

Describe Your Environment

Data Type?

Virtual Machines
Database / Applications
File Servers
Mixed

Retention Period

90 Days
1 Year
3 Years

How many terabytes of data do you backup?


TB

How many data centers / sites do you have?


At what rate does your storage grow annually?


%

How do we make our assumptions?

3 Year Savings

  • Software license
  • Onsite hardware
  • Onsite disk
  • Tape
  • Data center
  • Cloud storage
  • Admin






Traditional

 



Phoenix

 

Cost savings

  • Cloud storage
  • Admin

No Costly Hardware or Data Centers

Phoenix eliminates costly hardware appliances, data centers and costly administrative backup staff, especially in remote office locations. It’s centralized management with its cloud-first approach makes it infinitely scalable, globally available and suitable for large-scale and long-term deployments.

Storage Hardware
Backup software
Backup Servers
Tapes
Data Center
Offsite Storage
Courier Services

Pay only for what you store

Traditionally, hardware capacity needs to be overprovisioned by as much as 2X to allow for peak consumption. Phoenix’s cloud storage coupled with its disruptive consumption based billing allows users to pay only for what they truly consume in the cloud, eliminating wasted capacity reservations.

Patented Global Deduplication Minimize Storage Footprint

Phoenix’s patented, client-based global deduplication offers the industry’s most granular and complete data reduction capabilities. This allows Phoenix to do ever-incremental backups, avoiding all subsequent full backup copies required by traditional methods. In addition, deduplication across all data within a region coupled with variable block size-based matching allows more efficient data reduction, decreasing the data footprint by 50-100X in most cases. In addition, global deduplication offers dramatic savings in bandwidth consumption resulting in faster backups.

Auto-archiving in the Cloud

By leveraging a unique and scalable cloud native storage architecture, Phoenix overcomes the outdated and overtaxed legacy archiving models and delivers the search, retrieval, and management functionality and speed required for today’s legal and compliance needs. Through its highly efficient data deduplication system, organizations using Phoenix see unprecedented cost savings and eliminate the inefficiencies and storage bills of legacy archiving solutions.

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How do we make our assumptions?
  • 3 year TCO comparisons include costs of legacy hardware, maintenance, upgrades, admins and vendor support
  • Traditional backup assumes a disk-to-disk-to-tape methodology that includes backup software licenses, disk hardware and tape infrastructure for offsite backup
  • Nominal daily data change rate of 0.5%
  • Retention assumes a typical Grandfather/Father/Son (GFS) schedule with weekly and monthly full-backups / snapshots
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