Druva Cloud Platform Update on June 16, 2022
This release has minor bug fixes.
Druva Cloud Platform Update on June 02, 2022
Self-service experience to reset forgotten password
If you forget your password, you can now reset it independently without requiring another DCP administrator to do that for you. Simply, click on the Forgot Password link on the login screen and the one-time-use password reset link will be sent on your registered email ID. For more information, see Reset forgotten password.
Here's a glimpse of the update:
Druva Cloud Platform Update on May 19, 2022
Endpoints reports on the Druva Cloud Platform
Centralized reporting with the enhanced framework for Endpoints reports are now available on the Druva Cloud Platform Console. The newer version of reports allows easier data comparison, better interpretation, and better usability.
Note: Existing Endpoints reports will still be available under Endpoints->Reports page.
The newer reporting interface provides the following benefits:
Advanced filtering and data sorting capabilities.
Simplified report subscription and Email Report management.
Easier data comparison, better interpretation, and better usability using graphs and charts.
Detailed information about day-to-day operations via summary and detail cards.
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Only the Endpoints workload-specific reports are available on the Druva Cloud Platform. Reports containing SaaS App workload data would only include data specific to Endpoints on the Druva Cloud Platform.
The following Endpoints reports are available with this release:
Last Backup Status
User Rollout Report
Upgrade Activity Report
User Provisioning Report
Preserved User Datasources
For more information, see About reports.
Note: The following changes are made to Endpoints reports on the Druva Cloud Platform console:
- Alert History report is renamed as Alert report, and the data of Active Alerts is now available in the Alert Report.
- Endpoints License Usage report is renamed as License Usage report.
- Users Activity Report is renamed as Users report.
Druva Cloud Platform Update on May 05, 2022
Protect mission-critical backups from accidental or malicious deletion with Rollback Actions
You can now configure the Rollback Actions capability to enhance your organization’s data security posture and safeguard backup data from accidental or malicious deletion.
With Rollback Actions, you can rollback deleted entities within a configurable rollback window. The deleted entities are available for rollback for the specified days before the entity and its backups are permanently deleted. This provides the administrator the ability to revert malicious or unintended deletes without any loss of data and enables the restoration of productivity rapidly. If you have consciously triggered the deletes, the backup copies will be permanently deleted after the rollback window expires and there will be no impact on what you were trying to do.
Rollback Actions will be available through the Cyber Resiliency service.
Action Required: Existing Ransomware Recovery customers will get this offering as part of their existing license. Customers who don’t have Ransomware Recovery license can opt to purchase the Backup Security Posture and Observability license exclusively. To obtain the license, contact Support.
Note: Currently, this feature is available only for Druva Public Cloud customers.
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For more information, see Rollback Actions.
Leverage the Backup Security Posture and Observability license to enhance the security posture and observability of your backup environment
We have added a completely new license, Backup Security Posture and Observability, which includes capabilities such as Rollback Actions, Security events and SIEM integrations (FireEye Helix and Splunk).
Also, the Security Events and Rollback Actions capabilities can now be accessed from the Security Posture category under the Cyber Resilience service.
Action required: Existing Ransomware Recovery customers will get this offering as part of their existing license. Customers who don’t have a Ransomware Recovery license can opt to purchase the Backup Security Posture and Observability license exclusively.
Support for Authenticator App-based Multifactor Authentication
You can now configure Authenticator app-based Multifactor Authentication for secured administrator login. You can now choose to implement either email-based or authenticator app-based Multifactor Authentication.
Note: The option will be available in planned phases starting from May 05, 2022.
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For more information, see Configure Multifactor Authentication.
At times, after you trigger a rollback, all the entities in the delete request, the following message is displayed:
Rollback Service Temporarily Unavailable
Workaround: You can safely ignore the message and track the Rollback Request.
Druva Cloud Platform Update on March 12, 2022
Enhanced Security for Administrator Authentication
Administrator authentication for Druva Cloud Platform is now more secure as:
The Password Policy is enabled by default for all the customers.
Only the Password Expiry setting is configurable. For more information, see Password Policy.
The validity of the secured login activation token will be changed from 5 minutes to 3 minutes.
Action Required: If you have not configured a strong password, you will be asked to reset your password after the update.
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Druva Cloud Platform Update on February 10, 2022
|DCP-5642||Fixed an issue wherein scheduled emails were delivered with a delay.|