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Druva Documentation

About Reports

This is an Early Availability draft of the documentation. This documentation is not final and it will get updated until the General Availability of the feature.  

Druva provides a centralized platform to view key reports of all your licensed product editions. Reports give granular insights into all business-centric operations, such as backup, restore, audit trails, alerts, cost allocation, credit consumption, and so on. These reports help you make informed decisions and envisage future actions.

Benefits

Druva generates a comprehensive set of reports that enable you to perform the following actions:

  • Track the day-to-day backup and restore operations.
  • Monitor the health status of your workloads deployed on the premises and in the cloud.
  • View all administrator data activities ensuring complete transparency, traceability, and accountability of all the administrators.
  • Record alerts generated for all the workloads.
  • Perform an in-depth analysis of the total credits and storage consumed by your workloads over a duration to address business requirements.
  • Determine the storage consumed by specific teams, departments, or remote offices of your organization, assign a dollar value to this storage usage, and forecast the budget. 
  • Perform periodic audits to analyze business compliance requirements and potential risks faced by the organization.
  • Notify your organization of the disaster recovery operations.
  • Maintain historical data of your organizations up to two years thereby facilitating you to compare trends for two financial years.

Access levels for reports

Druva strongly enforces access to the reports based on the product license edition that you have subscribed to, and further extends the access to the reports and the data in the reports based on your product administrator roles.

License edition-based access

Druva offers three license editions for Phoenix with pricing plans tailored to your workloads. You  can access reports only if the license edition offers them.

Note: The Early Availability program provides you with access to only Backup Activity Report.

The following table describes the product editions and the report offered based on the editions:

License Edition Reports

Elite

  • Backup Activity
  • Restore Activity
  • Resource Status
  • Alert History
  • Disaster Recovery Replication Activity
  • Disaster Recovery Failover Activity
  • Disaster Recovery Failback Activity
  • Storage Consumption by Backup Sets
  • Cost Allocation
  • Admin Audit Trails
  • Credit Consumption

Enterprise

  • Backup Activity
  • Restore Activity
  • Resource Status
  • Alert History
  • Disaster Recovery Replication Activity (Purchased separately)
  • Disaster Recovery Failover Activity (Purchased separately)
  • Disaster Recovery Failback Activity (Purchased separately)
  • Storage Consumption by Backup Sets
  • Cost Allocation
  • Admin Audit Trails
  • Credit Consumption

Business

  • Backup Activity
  • Restore Activity
  • Resource Status
  • Alert History
  • Storage Consumption by Backup Sets
  • Cost Allocation
  • Admin Audit Trails
  • Credit Consumption

Administrator role-based access

Druva limits access to data in a report to a predefined set of administrator roles. This ensures a delegated administration structure to meet your organization’s compliance, and security requirements. 

Note: Starting from June 3, 2021, Druva requires all its new Administrators to subscribe to the reports and add other recipients to receive reports. Existing Phoenix Administrators must resubscribe themselves to all the existing Phoenix reports to continue accessing them on the Druva Cloud Platform Console.

The following matrix describes Druva administrator roles and the corresponding granularity of data access:

Administrator Role Data Access Privileges

Druva Cloud Administrator

  • Can view and download all the reports offered for the products that you have subscribed to.
  • Can subscribe to all reports, manage your subscriptions, and email reports to other subscribers.

Phoenix Cloud Administrator

  • Can view and download all the reports offered for the Phoenix’s subscribed license edition.
  • Can subscribe to all reports, manage your subscriptions, and email reports to other subscribers.

Phoenix Cloud Administrator (View-only)

  • Can only view all the reports offered for the Phoenix’s subscribed license edition.
  • Can subscribe to all reports, manage your subscriptions, and email reports to other subscribers.

Organization Administrator

  • Can view and download all the reports specific to the organizations you have access to.
  • Can subscribe to the reports, manage your subscriptions, and email reports specific to the organizations you have access to.

Organization Administrator (View-only)

  • Can only view the reports specific to the organizations you have access to.

Group Administrator

  • Can view and download all the reports specific to the administrative groups that you manage.
  • Can subscribe to the reports, manage your subscriptions, and email reports specific  to the administrative groups that you manage.

Group Administrator (View-only)

  • Can only view the reports specific to the administrative groups that you manage.

Data Protection Officer

  • Can view and download all the reports offered for the Phoenix’s subscribed license edition.
  • Can configure the audit trail and the other reports.
  • Can subscribe to all reports, manage your subscriptions, and email reports to other subscribers.

Roles

Druva limits access to the reports based on your product administrator roles to meet your organization’s compliance, and security requirements.

The following table lists various Phoenix reports and the administrator roles that can access them. The administrator roles table uses the following abbreviations:

  • DCA: Druva Cloud Administrator
  • CA: Phoenix Cloud Administrator
  • OA: Organization Administrator
  • GA: Group Administrator
  • CA (view): Cloud Administrator with view-only rights
  • OA (view): Organization Administrator with view-only rights
  • GA (view): Group Administrator with view-only rights
  • DPO: Data Protection Officer

Role vs. Reports

DCA

CA

OA

GA

CA

(View-only)

OA

(View-only)

GA

(View-only)

DPO

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