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Introducing our New Navigation changes

New navigation changes for Druva CloudRanger

Druva CloudRanger has had a big visual makeover! Our new navigation changes now include a cleaner look-and-feel, new navigation, an easier way to to see app information and more. Most notably, 'Servers', have now been renamed to 'Resources', as this covers Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS, Amazon Redshift, Amazon DynamoDB*, Amazon DocumentDB, Amazon Neptune and Amazon Aurora. As a result, 'Server Scheduling', can now be found under 'Policies > Resources Schedules'

We have also added the “Infrastructure” tab from the top-left navigation, where you can access all resources linked to your AWS account. As part of the new 'Infrastructure' category, we have also introduced our 'Environments' section, which allows you to clone your AWS environments to be used as part of a Disaster Recovery plan.

We have also made it easier to access 'Restores' via the main navigation menu, with 'Jobs', 'Audit trails' and 'Reports' now available from the 'Activity' category.

You may need to refresh your browser to see the new changes in the Druva CloudRanger dashboard.

The new navigation menu is now live across for all Druva CloudRanger customers. If you have any questions related to the new navigation, please contact our customer support team via email or through the 24/7 chat within the Druva Cloudranger console.

New navigation menu:

More exciting news.....Automated Disaster Recovery (ADR) 2.0 is finally here!

The new capabilities include a revamped left navigation menu and significant ADR workflow enhancements to make your disaster recovery planning even easier.

New Druva CloudRanger ADR features includes:
  • AWS Cross-Account disaster recovery plans

  • Intelligent real-time feedback confirming or otherwise, your backup strategy meets your Recovery Point Objective (RPO)

  • Enhanced testing options

  • Flexibility in choosing instance sizes for disaster recovery

  • Immediate results view

  • Support for Amazon RDS resources as part of DR plans

New Automated Disaster Recovery (ADR) Plan Workflow:
New Disaster Recovery Plans (ADR):

What Next?

New customers will receive the latest version of ADR and we will be in contact with current customers advise when their current ADR plans will be migrated to the new service.

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