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Druva Cloud Platform Update on Mar 20, 2019

Enhancement

Support for integrating third-party applications and tools with Druva products

Druva has introduced a unified API credentials management feature on the Druva Cloud Platform Console. This includes REST APIs for Druva inSync and Druva Phoenix which utilizes OAuth 2.0 framework for authentication. REST APIs offered by Druva can be integrated with third-party software applications and services to automate workflows and get information from Druva products such as build reports and run analytics.

Currently, this feature is disabled for all the customers. If you intend to avail this feature to start using any new REST APIs that are released from now on, contact Druva Support to enable this feature for your account. On March 30, 2019, this feature will be enabled for all the inSync-only customers.

The existing APIs that Druva offers will continue to work as is and are not impacted by this new feature. Druva plans to migrate all the existing APIs to the new authentication scheme in a phased manner and will continue to communicate the changes and actions required.

Druva Cloud Platform Update on Mar 07, 2019

Enhancement

Support for managing Phoenix group administrators

Druva Cloud administrators and Phoenix administrators can now perform the following actions from the Druva Cloud Platform Console:

  • Create and manage Phoenix group administrators
  • View Phoenix administrator rights on the administrator's details page

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Known Issue 

Issue Description
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The administrator details page for Phoenix Cloud administrator displays rights to access the Druva Cloud settings. However, the Phoenix Cloud administrators cannot make any modifications to the Druva Cloud settings. 

Rights to modify the Druva Cloud settings remains exclusive for the Druva Cloud administrators.

Druva Cloud Platform Update on Feb 20, 2019

Enhancement

Navigation to Product Management Console dashboards

The new Dashboard card on the Druva Cloud Platform Console gives you quick access to the Product Management Console dashboard.

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Druva Cloud Platform Update on Feb 06, 2019

This release of the Druva Cloud Platform has minor bug fixes.

Druva Cloud Platform Update on Jan 18, 2019

Enhancement

We are excited to introduce the Global Navigation Panel in the Druva Cloud Platform Console.

The Global Navigation Panel helps you to navigate across the Druva products. To learn more, see Introduction to Druva Cloud Platform Console.

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Druva Cloud Platform Update on Jan 09, 2019

Enhancement

The following enhancement is available with this Druva Cloud Platform update:

Option to merge the inSync and Phoenix accounts

Druva customers, who have licensed both inSync and Phoenix prior to Druva Cloud Platform release of July 14th, 2018, now have the option to merge their accounts to gain unified management experience in the Druva Cloud Platform Console. This option provides a holistic view across all the organizational data activities and reduces administrative complexity.

How do I merge the inSync and Phoenix accounts?

No customer action is required. Our support team will proactively identify the affected customers and reach out to them to complete the accounts merging process. This is a controlled activity and shall be done in a phased manner.

What are the benefits of merging the accounts?

  • Log into inSync and Phoenix using single credentials.
  • View all the data sources configured for backup on the Druva Cloud Platform dashboard.
  • View the key metrics such as service utilization and storage growth across the products on the Druva Cloud Platform dashboard.
  • Seamless navigation across the Druva products.
  • Experience simpler administrative management across products.

Fixed Issue

Issue Description

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Druva Cloud administrators were not able to disable the Single Sign-On for other administrators and experiencing "Invalid certificate or private key" error.

Druva Cloud Platform Update on Jan 02, 2019

This release of the Druva Cloud Platform has minor bug fixes.

Druva Cloud Platform Update on Dec 05, 2018

UI Enhancement

Druva has enhanced the navigation to Phoenix Services from Druva Cloud Platform Dashboard, by merging the Physical Servers and the Virtual Machines cards into a single card, now identified as Servers.

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Druva Cloud Platform Update on Nov 21, 2018

This release of the Druva Cloud Platform has minor bug fixes.

Druva Cloud Platform Update on Nov 03, 2018

This release of the Druva Cloud Platform includes enhanced user interface messages and minor bug fixes.

Druva Cloud Platform Update on Oct 11, 2018

This release of the Druva Cloud Platform has minor bug fixes.

Druva Cloud Platform Update on Sept 06, 2018

Enhancement

The following enhancement is available with this Druva Cloud Platform update:

Learning Centre service

Druva has added the Learning Centre service on the Druva Cloud Platform Console dashboard. Learning Centre provides learning material and courses to improvise knowledge about Druva services.

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Druva Cloud Platform Update on Aug 17, 2018

This release of the Druva Cloud Platform has minor bug fixes.

Druva Cloud Platform Update on Jul 14, 2018

Druva Cloud Platform Console now available to the inSync Cloud customers

Druva is excited to make the new Druva Cloud Platform Console available to the existing inSync Cloud customers.

Enhancements

Following enhancements are also available over the Druva Cloud Platform Console:

Stronger password for administrators

Druva has enhanced its password policy for the administrators. The administrators can now set the password to a maximum of 64 characters.

Password workflow change

For enhanced security of storing and transmitting user passwords based on industry best practices, administrators will no longer receive passwords in plain text format. The email to reset the password will now include a link to reset the password and will be valid for 24 hours.

Druva Cloud Platform Update on Jul 02, 2018 

Druva is excited to make the new Druva Cloud Platform Console available to the existing Phoenix Cloud customers.

The Druva Cloud Platform Console provides a unified interface from where you can protect and manage the entire data footprint of your organization on servers, endpoints, and cloud applications such as Office 365. In addition, you can subscribe to new services, review your service utilization, check the cloud status, and access support and learning resources from the new console.  

Check out this video to learn more about the Druva Cloud Platform Console.