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Log in to Druva Cloud Platform Console

The Druva Cloud Platform Console provides administrators with the capability to manage and monitor Druva services for their account. 

Before you begin

Before you log on to the Druva Cloud Platform Console, ensure that you have received an email from Druva that contains the login credentials for your account. Here's an example of the invitation email:

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Ensure that the incoming and outgoing traffic from the following URLs is permitted:

No changes are required if you allow incoming and outgoing traffic from Druva URLs by adding *.druva.com in the exclusion list of the firewall settings. To allow the traffic from the URLs listed above using IP addresses, contact Druva Support.  

Log in using the credentials

To log in to the Druva Cloud Platform Console:

  1. Open a web browser.
  2. To access the console, type https://login.druva.com in the address bar and press enter.
    The Administrator Login page appears.  
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  3. In the Email box, type the email ID and click Next.
  4. If you have licensed both inSync as well as Phoenix, on the next page you get an option either to Log into inSync or Log into Phoenix. As applicable, you may select to log in to either inSync or Phoenix.

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  1. In the Password box, type the password that you received in the email.
  2. Click Login.
    Administrators are redirected to the Console as per the following scenarios:

    Existing  Phoenix and inSync customers will be, by default, redirected to the Druva Cloud Platform Console in a phased manner. For more information, contact Druva Support.

    • New Druva customers that is; Phoenix customers on-boarded after 02 July 2018 and inSync customers on-boarded after 14 July 2018 are redirected to the Druva Cloud Platform Console.
    • Existing Phoenix and inSync customers are either redirected to their respective Management Console or to the Druva Cloud Platform Console, as per the login experience enabled for their account.  
    • Existing Phoenix and inSync customers who purchase either of the product licenses, are redirected to the Druva Cloud Platform Console.

    Note: For security purpose, the users who attempt to login for the first time are immediately prompted to change the password. 

 Log in using Single sign-on 

If your Druva Cloud Administrator has configured Single sign-on, perform the following steps:

  1. Open a web browser.
  2. Type https://login.druva.com in the address bar and press enter.
    The Login page appears.
  3. In the Email box, type the email ID and click Next.
    You are redirected to the SSO authentication page. 

    Note: If you are a Druva Cloud administrator, you can choose to login using your account password instead of SSO credentials.

  4. On the SSO authentication page to which you are redirected, enter your IdP username and password.
  5. Click Login
    Administrators are redirected to the Console as per the following scenarios:

    Existing  Phoenix and inSync customers will be, by default, redirected to the Druva Cloud Platform Console in a phased manner. For more information, contact Druva Support.

    • New Druva customers that is; Phoenix customers on-boarded after 02 July 2018 and inSync customers on-boarded after 14 July 2018 are redirected to the Druva Cloud Platform Console.
    • Existing Phoenix and inSync customers are either redirected to their respective Management Console or to the Druva Cloud Platform Console, as per the login experience enabled for their account. 
    • Existing Phoenix and inSync customers who purchase either of the product licenses, are redirected to the Druva Cloud Platform Console.

    Note

    • Druva prompts you to repeat steps 3 and 4 if you log in from a different browser or a different computer. 
    • Druva displays End User License Agreement (EULA) to every Druva Cloud Administrator who attempts to log on for the first time. Cloud administrators must read it and click Accept to acknowledge it to proceed further.