Backup Activity Report provides a comprehensive list of all backup operations performed for resources of the workloads configured in the organizations. It gives insights into the status of each backup job run for each resource, based on which you can perform analysis and take corrective actions. For example, if the backup operation fails because of the exceeding quota, you may go ahead and buy additional credits based on the consumption requirements.
Hybrid Workloads Administrators can view the Backup Activity Report depending on their access privileges. If you are a Cloud-derived administrator or a Data Protection Officer, you can view the report of backup activities of your configured workloads. If you are an Organization-derived administrator, you can view the report of backup activities of workload specific to the organizations you have access to. If you are a Group-derived administrator, you can view the report of backup activities of workloads related to the administrative groups that you manage.
- Log in to the Druva Cloud Platform Console.
- Go to the Global Navigation Panel > Reports > Hybrid Workloads. The Hybrid Workloads Reports page appears.
Click Backup Activity Report. The report details page appears.
The Backup Activity Report page appears. By default, the report provides details of the backups that occurred in the last 30 days. You can apply filters to the Backup Activity Report to fetch backup data details as per your requirements. You can view the generated report, or send it through an email to the intended recipients. You can also download data in the widgets in the CSV, CSV-Summary, and PDF formats. You can sort data in the Backup Activity Details table using single or multiple columns, and rearrange columns in the table as required.
Note: The report data is refreshed every two hours. The last updated time recorded for the report is displayed next to the report title. This timestamp follows the administrator’s time zone. However, the timestamps of the data fetched in the report follow the UTC time zone.
The following screenshot depicts a sample Backup Activity Report.
The following table lists the fields of the Backup Activity Report:
|Summary||Total Backups||The total number of backup jobs triggered for the resources.|
|Total Successful||The number of backup jobs processed successfully without errors.|
|Total Failed||The number of backup jobs failed for the resources.|
|Total In-Queue||The number of backup jobs that are waiting to be processed.|
Backup Status Details
Backup Job Status
The pie chart depicts various statuses of the backups for the selected resources of the organization, such as successful, failed, and queued.
Hovering on the individual legends of the graph displays the count of the successful, failed, and queued jobs for the resources of the selected organization.
Backup Activity Daily Trend
The course of successful, failed, and queued backups for the selected resources each day for the selected duration.
|Backup Activity Details||The Backup Activity Details table lists all backup activities performed for resources based on the workloads they belong to.|
|Job ID||The unique identification number associated with the backup job.|
|Organization||The name of the organization in which the workload is configured.|
|Administrative Group||The name of the administrative group of which the workload is a part of.|
|Workload Name||The name of the workload to which the backup set belongs to. Example: Files, OracleSBT.|
|Backup Set||The name of the backup set associated with the backup policy.|
The content rule or the custom content applied to the resource for backup.
For Oracle and MS-SQL Servers, this field displays the number of databases included in the backup.
|Backup Policy||The backup policy associated with the resource.|
|VM/Backup Mount Name/Device Name||The name of the virtual machine, backup mount name, or NAS device that has been backed up.|
|Backup Method||The backup method used for Oracle databases, such as Full, Incremental, or Archive Logs.|
|Resource Type||The SQL resource type, such as SQL Standalone Instance or SQL Availability Group.|
|Backup Type||The backup type for virtual machines and SQL servers.|
|Scan Type||The type of scans, such as the Smart scan or the Full scan.|
The backup schedule defined for the backup set.
The time when the backup operation started.
The time when the backup operation finished.
The status of the backup job. The status can be one of the following:
The following table lists the actions that you can perform on the Backup Activity Report page.
|Add filter||Creates filters to display backup activity data based on the filter’s selection.|
|Sort data||Sorts data in the Backup Activity Details table using one or more columns.|
|Rearrange columns||Changes the order of the columns in the Backup Activity Details table.|
You can apply filters to the Backup Activity Report to fetch backup details as per your requirements. You can view the generated report, download it, or send it through an email to the intended recipients.
- On the Backup Activity Report page, click the filter icon.
The Filters widget appears. The Filters widget displays a backup activity filter selected by default that lists backup activities performed in the last 30 days. You can define multiple filters based on your requirements. Druva will fetch report data based on the fields’ selection. Click the delete icon to remove filters.
- Click Add Filter.
- On the Filter dialog, select a field or type the field name in the Column box, and use the filter options to create a combination of filters, and click Apply.
The Backup Activity Report page now displays data specific to the filter created. Similarly, you can further create more filters and apply them to display backup activity details.
For example, to fetch data for two organizations, ORGA and ORGB, respectively, select the Organization from the filter options, select the Equals option from the Is drop-down list, and select the check boxes for ORGA and ORGB, respectively. Click Apply.
The report now displays backup data specific to the two organizations, ORGA and ORGB.
Use the sort options to sort the report data in a single or multiple columns in an ascending or descending order.
The Apply Multiple-column Sort option allows you to sort report data using more than one column. The report data displays based on the order of columns selected. For example, you may want to fetch backup data for File Server workload deployed per organization with the successful status. To sort File Server data by the Organization Name and Status columns, simply perform the following steps:
- In the Backup Activity Details table, go to the Backup Set column and the More icon > Apply Multi-column Sort .
- Click the sort icon in the Organization Name column.
The Backup Activity Details table displays report data sorted based on the selected order of columns.
You can change the order of the columns in the Backup Activity Details table, simply drag a column and drop it to the required position within the table.