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Organization dashboard

The Organization Dashboard provides a visual representation of the backup and restore status within your current Organization, top critical alerts, and a workload-level view of your backup status and Jobs summary.

Note: The Organization Dashboard is displayed only if organization is enabled. For more information, see Enable or Disable Organizations.

The Organization dashboard is structured into the following sections:


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.


The following table describes the fields and the graphs displayed in the Summary section.

Field Description



The total number of restore jobs within the selected organizations with Successful and Successful with Errors statuses.

Note:  If you are using Druva for 90 days or less, Druva displays the total number of restore jobs from the start date. If you are using Druva for more than 90 days, Druva displays the number of restore jobs from the date, which is 90 days prior to the current date.

Recovery points

The count of the committed recovery points. The count includes recovery points but does not include the MS-SQL log backups. Druva triggers the Recovery point expiry at 11:45 PM UTC and updates the Total Recovery points count. Druva updates the count immediately when a backup completes successfully.


Displays the number of configured CloudCache for the selected organization.
Clicking on the CloudCache count redirects to the Configured CloudCache tab of the Manage CloudCache page.

The pie chart displays the used CloudCache storage out of the allocated CloudCache for the selected organization.

These numbers include both  CloudCache R1 and CloudCache R2.

VMs configured for DR

Displays the number of virtual machines configured for DR. 
Note: This count does not include virtual machines that have been Disabled for DR or are Not Configured.

Backup Data

The Backup Data section graphically represents the backup data usage in the last 90 days for the selected organization.

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Field Description

Source + Changes

This is an aggregate of full and incremental backup data at the source for all workloads for the selected organization.

Current Source

This represents the aggregate size of all recovery points within the selected organization.


The Alerts section displays the total number of Critical alerts and Warnings within the selected organization. An overview of the top critical alerts and warnings is also displayed, with a link to the Job ID associated with the alert.


  • The top alerts are displayed based on the severity and recency.
  • Druva will display 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.
    Clicking View All redirects you to the Alerts page with details on all alerts within the organization.


Click the Job ID against the alert to view detailed information on the alert. The Job Details dialog displays detailed information on the Job type, Error Code, and the associated Logs.



The Workload section displays information on the backup sets and jobs for all workloads configured within the selected organization..


The following table describes the information displayed in the Workloads section.

Field Description


Druva lists up to four workloads with one or more backup sets configured, with information on all workloads displayed upon clicking the arrows.

Hovering over the pie chart for each workload displays enabled backup sets count on the Active backup jobs status categorized by Queued, Running, or Waiting for retry and Last Backup Status in the categorized by Failed, Successful, Successful with Errors, or Windows Expired.

Note: Windows Expired (Last Backup) status and Waiting for retry (Active backup jobs) status are not present for Disaster Recovery workload. 


Note:  Click the number against a specific status to view information on the relevant backup on the associated workload page. For instance, clicking the Successful status link for a File Server displays the Configured Server page with information on backups with the Last Backup Status as Successful.  The page is filtered to display only the backup-enabled backup sets. Similarly, the Failed link for VMs displays the Configured Virtual Machine page with information on backups with the Last Backup Status as Failed. The page is filtered to display only the backup-enabled  VMs.


Click a Workload tab to view all associated backup jobs and the relevant backup status.

  • Click a Job ID to view detailed information on a backup job. The Job Details dialog displays detailed information on the job Status, Error Code, and the associated Logs.
  • Click a Backup Set or Backup Store link to view the backup set details page with information on the backup configuration and associated recovery points.
  • You can choose to cancel a job in the Running or Queued status from the dashboard. To do this, select a queued job, click Cancel job, and confirm the cancellation.

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.

You may 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