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Introduction to Analytics
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The Analytics feature gives you an insight into your deployment of various resources with Druva especially with respect to credits and storage consumption. Through various forms of graphs and widgets, you can perform an in-depth analysis of the total credits and storage consumed, source + changes data, current source data, the period for which the purchased credits can be consumed, source reduction factor, and the change rates. It also enables you to view the events and the audit trails for the same.

Analysis of credit and storage consumption can uncover correlations and patterns that in turn can help administrators troubleshoot and investigate consumption anomalies, if any. By introducing analytics, Druva aims to help your organization analyse and predict the consumption of credits and storage. This feature is enabled by default for all accounts.

To access the analytics data, click Analytics on the menu bar. Note that if an organization is enabled, then select All Organizations and then click Analytics. For more information, see Enable and Disable Organizations. This page is accessible to only the Cloud Administrator for Enterprise Workloads and the DCP administrators.

πŸ“ Note
​For service providers onboarded on the MSP platform, the Credit Balance and Credit Terms fields are not displayed.


As a Cloud administrator, you can use this feature to:

  • View the Druva credits consumption in the last 90 days.

    β€‹πŸ“ Note
    ​To begin with, the existing users can view the analytics data for the last 30 days. They can view the analytics data for 90 days after February 17, 2019. For new accounts, the analytics data for 90 days is visible upon their completion of the same period.

  • View the period for which the purchased credits can be consumed.

  • Understand the number of credits that may lapse or roll over at the end of the term.

  • View the end date of the term based on the credit consumption pattern.

  • View the additional number of credits required to be purchased by the organization to continue backups until the end of the current term.

  • Select a backup set and view its details, such as current source, source + changes, and daily changes for the last 30 days.

  • Compare the data size in the existing source with the new backup sets in the given time period.

  • View the current source reduction factor.

  • Get a visual overview of the credit balance, total source + changes, total current source data, and total storage consumed over a given time period in the form of graphs.

  • View the captured events, the number of events for a specific date, and the event details.

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