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DDOR Novi Sad Implements ETERNUS Storage Devices

"ETERNUS is now the core element at the heart of our IT architecture, connecting multiple components from different vendors. It is probably the most important device in the whole environment"

Branimir Polin, IT Operations Sector Director, DDOR Novi Sad

The customer

DDOR Novi Sad is one of the largest insurance companies in Serbia, offering auto, home, commercial and life insurance. Its origins date back to the end of World War II when it was founded as National Insurance and Reinsurance. It has operated under its current name since June 1990 when it was registered as a Joint Stock Company. Currently part of the the Italian Unipol Group, it aims to actively participate in the improvement of the Serbian market, by providing services of the highest standards for the protection of policyholders.

The challenge

Following the consolidation of its server environment, DDOR needed a new storage solution that could integrate more seamlessly with the new virtualized architecture. It also wanted to replace its tape backup system with something more reliable.

The solution

The company deployed ETERNUS DX400 series and ETERNUS CS800 storage devices in both its data center and its disaster recovery site to securely store vital data from multiple systems and replace its outdated tape backup solution.

The benefit

  • The ETERNUS DX400 series is designed to integrate perfectly with virtualized environments, making it the ideal solution for DDOR’s new environment.
  • A five year contract with a set monthly fee helps the company manage costs and minimize upfront investment.
  • The new storage solution ensures DDOR will be able to meet upcoming regulation concerning business continuity and data retention without further upgrades.
  • The ETERNUS CS800 provides a stable, secure and speedy backup process


Download the DDOR Novi Sad case study (130 KB/A4, 2 pages)