Druva has added a cloud storage gateway to its AWS-based platform for data protection and management. The data protection firm acquired the technology through the acquisition this month of Cloudlanes. It signalled its intention to buy the tiny Silicon Valley start-up last month when it announced it had raised $130m in fresh capital at a $1bn-plus valuation.
Druva positions itself as a kind of AWS cloud-based data vacuum cleaner, helping customers to reduce on-premises storage costs by sucking up stale data to the cloud where it can be managed and stored less expensively than on-premises in data centres, remote and branch offices and embedded systems.
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