We make software that reduces the cost and complexity of deploying mission-critical Windows Server applications
Because you have better things to do with your time and IT budget.
Our reputation as an industry leader is growing
And we’re honored at the recognition we’ve received because of it.
What We Do for Our Customers
Our vision is to enable enterprise applications to move freely and transparently among bare-metal, virtual and cloud environments, with the nearest-to-zero downtime possible. So you can spend less time, money and resources on datacenter maintenance, and can put more of your energy into the business-enhancing innovation you got into IT to do.
How We Got Started
DH2i was founded in 2010 by Don Boxley Jr. and OJ Ngo: entrepreneurs with a history of building applications that optimize the deployment of Microsoft SQL Server. Don and OJ met while working on HP’s PolyServe product. When PolyServe went end-of-life, Don and OJ knew they could develop a software product that would be more efficient, adaptable and expandable. They were right.
Who Depends on Us
DH2i software is used by enterprise customers around the world, including some of the world’s largest financial services, legal and mining companies, as well as government agencies and leading regional healthcare, insurance and manufacturing organizations. We’d love to show you what we can do for you.
What People Are Saying
We’re thrilled that analysts and media are just as excited about our revolutionary technology as our customers are. They get how virtualization hasn’t lived up to its promise—and what we’re able to do to change that.
- “DH2i is a company willing to set aside preconceptions of how IT should modernize and then deliver new solutions that are as innovative as they are mission-focused. With organizations of all sizes being so dependent on their IT infrastructure, it will be interesting to watch as DH2i works to deliver to the Windows platform what they have already brought to SQL administrators — a new way to enable data and service availability.” – Jason Buffington, Senior Data Protection Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG)
- “Anyone with experience managing large numbers of Windows server workloads will recognize the operational benefits that DxEnterprise enables. By using containerization instead of a full hypervisor implementation, coupled with a flexible management platform, DxEnterprise can significantly reduce the number of operating systems and operating system licenses under management, while increasing the number of workloads per server.” – Simon Bramfitt, Founder and Principal Analyst, Entelechy Associates
- “‘Containers’ has become a popular buzzword in the industry, but usually in the context of Linux. DxEnterprise is focused on applying container technology to Windows applications, and that in itself differentiates this product. DxEnterprise brings portability to application instances in a Windows environment, and to ease adoption, it can lift applications off of an existing deployment. IDC expects that containers will become a popular packaging technology in the near future.” – Al Gillen, Program Vice President, Servers and System Software, IDC