Getting Started With Reports
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The Druva Cloud Platform Reports provides an intuitive & simplified experience in downloading & managing reports. You can get granular insights into all your product operations through centralized reports.

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​Only the Endpoints workload-specific reports are available on the Druva Cloud Platform. Reports containing SaaS App workload data include data specific to Endpoints on the Druva Cloud Platform.

Following changes are made to Endpoints reports on the Druva Cloud Platform console:

  • Alert History report is renamed as Alert report, and the data of Active Alerts report is now available in the Alert Report.

  • Endpoints License Usage report is renamed as License Usage report.

  • Users Activity Report is renamed as Users report.

  • Complete Report and Administrator Details and Profile Mapping Report are discontinued and are thus not available.

  • The Failed Backups report has been discontinued, and the data is now available in the Last Backup Status report.

  • The inSync report schedule configuration set by an administrator is an individual setting. These settings will not be visible to other administrators. This feature is designed in such a way that all administrators can fulfill the requirement for reports individually.

  • The timestamp for triggering any email scheduled report is as per the time zone configured for that administrator.

Benefits of using Reports

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 Privileges for Endpoints

  • Druva cloud administrator, Cloud administrator, and other administrators with View and download reports and view alerts right can view and download all reports.

  • Druva cloud administrator, Cloud administrator, and other administrators with Change report schedules right can subscribe to all reports, manage subscriptions, and send email reports to other subscribers.

For more information about rights, see Predefined Roles and Rights.

To access the reports

Go to Druva Cloud Platform Console Global left navigation pane> Reports.

View the Reporting page

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The name of the report.


The description of the report.

Email Schedule

The details of the subscription when the report is generated and sent over an email to the subscribers. It also displays the number of subscribers of that report.

  • Green subscriber icon signifies that the logged-in user is subscribed to the report.

  • Gray subscriber icon signifies that users other than the logged-in user are subscribed to the report.

  • +<number> signifies the count of the subscribers.



Signifies that the report has been subscribed by the logged-in user and five other subscribers, and the report is scheduled to be generated every day at 6 PM and emailed to the subscribers.

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​The following list of reports is displayed depending on the workload you are protecting.

Related Actions

Here’s a quick video to get you started

How to use Reports

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πŸ“ Note

  • The subscriptions from the Endpoints page and the Druva Cloud Platform page are independent, so if you subscribe at both places you may receive two emails unless you remove one subscription. Existing Endpoints report subscriptions from the Endpoints page continue to function and subscribers continue to receive reports in the current format.

  • By default, the report data is displayed for the last 30 days for all reports (except the License Usage and Users Reports where the default period is 8 weeks/12 months). You can edit the default period if required using the Updated Time page filter.

You can perform the following actions on every report page.





Subscribe to report

You can schedule and subscribe to receive reports over email as a CSV file or a PDF. A subscription can be created for other members of the organizations too.

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  • By default, the timestamp of the data fetched in the report follows the UTC time zone.

  • Administrators can create a new report subscription for any selected reports. Each report can have multiple subscriptions.


Email the report

You can email the report in CSV or PDF format on demand to other recipients.

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  • The report is generated in the selected format and sent to the recipients as a link via email. The validity of the link is 7 days.

  • The number of PDFs/CSVs sent via email depends on the number of table charts available in the report.

  • If there is no data available for the last 30 days, no PDF/CSV will be attached.


Download widget data

You can download the widget data in CSV or PDF format.


Add Filters to get a report with more granular data

Global filter: You can create a global filter, page filter, or panel filter to fetch details based on your requirements.

Benefits of applying filters:

  • Efficient Use of Storage Space: You can identify the previously deleted systems that are consuming storage space and remove them, freeing up valuable storage space.

  • Accurate Reporting: You can identify previously deleted systems listed in multiple reports to ensure that reports are accurate and reflect the current state of systems.

  • Improved System Performance: By removing previously deleted systems can improve system performance and prevent potential issues such as slowdowns or crashes.

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