DH2i DxEnterprise: A Hands-On Review by Denny Cherry

In this whitepaper, I’ll review how to use DxEnterprise to create simple-to-manage, simple-to-deploy, high availability and disaster recovery solutions. In the process, I will show how it supports datacenter orchestration, letting you quickly and easily migrate SQL Server instances from one hardware platform to another with little downtime, while upgrading the operating system (OS), SQL Server, or server infrastructure. Overall, based on what I’ve seen, I expect that DxEnterprise can significantly help with datacenter costs and uptime…

DxEnterprise for Microsoft Windows Server: SQL Server Use Case

Many enterprises maintain several years worth of accumulated Microsoft SQL Server deployments, for example. They may operate SQL Server on almost every version of Windows running in the corporation. Those organizations seek to rationalize this hodgepodge of systems so they are easier to manage…

A Disruptive Approach to Protecting SQL Databases

Most data protection and availability technologies are based at the server or storage level rather than higher, at the application level. A company called DH2i is taking a fresh approach to assured availability, one that recognizes our complete dependence on data and the pervasiveness of Microsoft SQL Server as an enabling platform. It is an availability and resiliency solution that SQL administrators should be looking into closely…

Application Virtualization: An Opportunity for IT to do More with Much Less

Organizations that are looking for a chance to take a step up in terms of infrastructure performance, application portability, and efficiency have a new option. For decades, there has been a trend toward increasing abstraction between the user and the applications they want to use, and the underlying support infrastructure…