The Organization Dashboard provides a comprehensive view of the backup and restore status for the selected organization, the backup data usage, top critical alerts and warnings, and a workload-level view of your backup status and jobs summary.
Note: The Organization Dashboard is displayed only if the organization is enabled. For more information, see Enable or Disable Organizations.
Organization Dashboard Widgets
The Summary section provides an overview of the total restores and recovery points, as well as the allocated and current storage within the selected Organization.
- Restores: Displays the total number of restore jobs for both Hybrid and Azure workloads within the selected organizations with Successful and Successful with Errors status.
Note: If you are using Druva for 90 days or less, it displays the total number of restore jobs from the start date. If you are using Druva for over 90 days, it displays the number of restore jobs 90 days prior to the current date.
- Recovery points: Displays the count of the committed recovery points for the selected organization. The count includes recovery points for both Hybrid and Azure workloads but does not include the MS-SQL log backups.
Note: Druva triggers the Recovery point expiry and updates the total Recovery Points count at 11:45 PM UTC and immediately after successful backup completion.
- CloudCache: Displays the count of configured CloudCache for the selected organization. Clicking on the CloudCache count redirects to the Configured CloudCache tab on the Manage CloudCache page. The pie chart displays the CloudCache storage consumed out of the allocated CloudCache for the selected organization.
Note: The count of the configured CloudCache includes both CloudCache R1 and CloudCache R2.
- VMs configured for DR: Displays the number of virtual machines configured for Disaster Recovery.
Note: This count does not include virtual machines that have been Disabled for DR or are Not Configured.
The Backup Data section graphically represents the growth trend of backup data in the last 90 days for the selected organization. You can select the date range on the graph to view data for a single or selected number of days.
Hover over the chart to view Source + Changes and Current Source information for any particular day within the last 90 days.
The Backup Data section comprises the following information:
Source + Changes: Displays the amount of backup data generated at the source for all available recovery points within the selected organization. This is an aggregate of full and incremental backup data for all workloads within the selected organization.
Current Source: Displays the size of data on the source server as of the last backup. This is an aggregate size of all recovery points within the selected organization.
The Alerts section displays the total critical Alerts and Warnings within the selected organization. It also provides an overview of the most critical and recent alerts, including a link to the Job ID for detailed information on the alert. By clicking on View All you will be redirected to the Alerts page that provides details on all alerts within the selected organization.
Note: Druva displays up to three critical alerts, categorized by the most recent ones. Warnings or information alerts are summarized if the critical alerts are fewer than three.
The All Jobs section displays information for the jobs associated with the configured workloads (both Hybrid and Azure) within the selected organization. If all backup sets for a workload are disabled, the respective workload tab will not appear in the All Jobs section.
- Workloads: Hover over the pie chart for each workload to view the Active backup jobs status and Last backup jobs status for configured resources in the selected organization.
- Click the number against a specific status to view backup information on the associated workload page.
- For Hybrid Workloads, clicking Backup sets count redirects to the details page, displaying configured backup sets with backups enabled.
- For Azure Workloads, clicking Configured Resources count redirects to the Azure Subscriptions page, displaying Configured Resources with backups enabled.
Note: Window Expired (Last Backup) status and Waiting for retry (Active backup jobs) statuses are not present for the Disaster Recovery workload.
- Jobs: The Jobs section displays the list of all the associated backup jobs along with the relevant details such as Job ID, Job Type, Backup Set details, Start Time, End Time, and Status for the selected Workload tab.
- Clicking a Job ID provides detailed information about the backup job.
- Clicking on the Backup set displays information about the backup configuration and associated recovery points.
- To cancel a job in the Running or Queued status from the dashboard, select a queued job, click Cancel Job, and confirm the cancelation.
You can use the Job filters to view jobs based on the time frame they are initiated (Started in: Last 24 hours, Last 7 days, Last 1 month, or Custom Date), Job Type (Backup, Restore or Log Request), or by the job Status.
Note: In case of a failed job status, Druva lists the associated error code for that backup. Click an error code to be redirected to the appropriate error code documentation. For more information, see Phoenix errors.
Organization Dashboard Top Navigation Pane
The protect menu lists the servers or workloads that can be protected within the selected organization. The Protect menu is further categorized to contain the respective workloads as below:
- Files - File servers & NAS
- Virtual Machines - VMware, Hyper-V & Nutanix AHV
- Databases - MS SQL, Oracle & SAP HANA
- Virtual Machines
- Virtual Machines - EC2
- Databases - RDS, DynamoDB Tables
The Disaster Recovery functionality enables you to recover and launch the backed-up virtual machines in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) public cloud ensuring business continuity during disasters without the need for dedicated on-premise software, storage, or hardware. This leads to significant cost reduction and improved agility.
The Disaster Recovery feature displays information about the DR plans configured for virtual machines in your Druva environment and the Druva AWS proxies deployed in your AWS account. It also provides details of the failed over instances and enables you to failback the recovered EC2 instances and recover the virtual machines in your data center.
The Administrative Group serves as a logical categorization of servers considering factors like their location, operating system, and workloads.
The Manage Administrative Groups feature displays the configured administrative groups within the selected organization along with the relevant details like Source + Changes, Current Source, and the number of attached resources.
With this feature, you can organize your servers for better server management, create a new administrative group, view a summary of existing groups, and edit or delete the available administrative groups.
The Manage Activation Tokens feature displays the list of activation tokens generated while registering your setup.
You can copy or remove the activation tokens to avoid security breaches. Removing an activation token does not deregister your setup. Expired tokens are automatically removed from the list.
CloudCache is a dedicated server in the local environment that stores backup and restore data from Hybrid workloads agents, ensuring faster backups and restores. It synchronizes this data to the Druva cloud.
The CloudCache feature displays the information in two tabs:
Unconfigured: Displays a list of all CloudCache devices with activation and connection status. You can regenerate or delete activation tokens, configure CloudCache instances, and upgrade configured instances.
Configured: Displays configured CloudCache devices with storage usage summary and backup sets configured to both CloudCache server and Druva. It also provides details about the version, connection status, and the amount of data yet to be synced to Druva Cloud from the CloudCache server.
Druva optimizes data backup from the File servers, NAS shares, and VMware and Hyper-V virtual machines to the Druva Cloud using an AWS Snowball Edge device. The Snowball Edge device aims at speeding up large data backups in a bandwidth-compromised environment.
This feature displays the configured and unconfigured seeding devices in separate tabs:
Unconfigured Devices: Displays the list of the Snowball Edge devices added for seeding on the Management Console. You must configure these devices for data backup to the Snowball Edge device. You can also edit, delete, and add new seeding devices.
Configured Devices: Displays the Snowball Edge devices configured for data seeding along with the relevant details like device name, storage usage, connection status, version, number of attached backup sets, and device status.
The Credential Store feature allows administrators to add, update, and delete credentials for Windows file servers, MS-SQL, and VMware workloads protected by Druva. You can securely store credentials with Druva and assign them to VMs, Windows file servers, and SQL servers.
The Manage Administration feature displays the list of administrators along with their relevant details such as name, role, and email address.
This functionality allows you to create new group administrators and delete existing administrators.
Downloads The Downloads feature navigates you to the Downloads page of Hybrid Workloads where you can download Druva agents and backup proxies for your environment and start protecting your workloads.
Alerts (Bell Icon)
Clicking on the Bell Icon navigates you to the Alerts page. The Alerts page displays the list of generated alerts and warnings for the selected organization that are sorted by severity to prioritize critical issues for administrators. You can view specific alert details by selecting an alert and clicking on View Details. For more information on Alerts, see Alerts for Hybrid Workloads.
The in-product notifications are messages sent by Druva to administrators, providing updates on new features, product changes, and enhancements.