Consolidate and Save
With DxEnterprise, you get both a logical and a physical consolidation with the fewest restrictions. Now you can stack SQL Server instances, not machines. With our lightweight container technology, stacking workloads doesn’t mean stacking operating systems (OSes). No more OS sprawl. No more hardware limitations. You get high availability and disaster recovery, with a huge reduction in operating systems to manage, and up to 60% licensing savings. All with an easy, 6-click install.
- SQL Server 2005 or newer, any edition
- Windows Server 2008R2 or newer, any edition
- Industry-standard x64 servers
- Any IP networking fabric
- Fibre Channel, iSCSI or FC over IB SAN storage
The most efficient physical datacenter consolidation and performance
DxEnterprise gives you the most efficient physical consolidation, with no hypervisor overhead. You get bare-metal performance and avoid all the licensing gotchas associated with SQL Server virtualization. Now you can stack workloads, not machines, for the highest efficiency consolidation in your physical datacenter.
SQL Server licensing savings and full license compliance
We let you decide which SQL Server edition you need based on your project requirements rather than rigid licensing rules. With DxEnterprise, you can use any SQL Server version or edition with up to 50 instances per host. You get both a physical and a logical consolidation, even with SQL Server Standard or Express edition, and you can leverage the Standard edition of the operating system for additional cost savings. All without requiring Software Assurance for mobility, and all with full Microsoft license compliance. Our customers typically see licensing savings of up to 60% compared to unlimited virtualization.
DxEnterprise gives you full quality-of-service (QoS) resource controls on applications, not machines. You get application-level high availability, SLA management and full dependency coordination for unsurpassed control and agility. DxEnterprise capabilities protect you from OS, application and infrastructure faults, with self-healing even from most pilot errors.