Druva has announced consumption-based pricing for Phoenix, its product for cloud-based backup, archival and disaster recovery.
It’s a pay-for-what-you-use plan and applies to storage used after deduplication. Phoenix, Druva says, stores data indefinitely with limitless snapshots and flexible retention policies, and continuous backup of physical and virtual servers.
It can automatically failover and spin up virtual machines in the AWS public cloud, ensuring always-on business continuity.
There is a Storage Consumption Challenge for organisations in North America with more than 5TB of backup data stored. If Druva can't prove that an organisation’s storage consumption can be cut by at least half, that organisation will receive a $100 Amazon gift certificate. ®