Datadobi, the global leader in unstructured data management software, said April 20 that E&P Endeavor Energy Resources LP and one of the largest private oil producers in the United States of America, has selected DobiMigrate to enable and accelerate the move of Endeavor’s production workflows to a new, modern colocation facility.
“During my tenure, over the past six and a half years, Endeavor has enjoyed tremendous success and growth. As a result, Endeavor was rapidly outgrowing its current data center, and much of the company’s hardware had reached end-of-life,” Jim Green, IT operations manager for Endeavor, said. “After careful evaluation of viable alternatives, Endeavor determined a move to a colocation facility would not only provide improved service levels but also meet Endeavor’s goal to modernize its IT infrastructure and capabilities, while meeting its budgetary objectives.”
Green found that DobiMigrate would allow him to migrate file or object data between any storage platform, on-premises or between clouds—safely, quickly, easily, and cost effectively. This was critical in that he was moving his entire operations and production workflows, as well as his corporate file storage, to the new colocation facility. His eventual goal is to increase his cloud presence.
“Datadobi’s solution is tailor-made for Endeavor’s needs,” Greed added. “It moves everything. I can control the cutover dates. It maintains the permissions and shares, and does the cleanup…everything I had previously done manually. With DobiMigrate, I will be able to meet my goal to move everything in seven days or less.”
When Endeavor is ready to move any of its data and operations to the cloud, DobiMigrate will enable it to do so seamlessly, while enjoying identical management and protection capabilities. Datadobi’s capabilities around compliance, such as its chain-of-custody verification, was another selling point.
Headquartered in Midland, Texas, Endeavor Energy Resources has more than 35 years of experience in the Permian Basin. Holding more than 370,000 net acres primarily in Midland, Martin, Howard, Glasscock, Upton, and Reagan counties, Texas, Endeavor currently has the second largest land position in the Midland Basin, according to the company release.
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