Keeping Up with the Future: More Flexible HA for a More Flexible RDBMS

Lauren Hawes | October 17, 2019

SQL Server on Linux?! I think we all remember learning about that exciting and significant news when the details for SQL Server 2017 were released for the first time. While it was certainly an intuitive move for Microsoft to make, that didn’t detract from the initial surprise. Since then, Microsoft has remained steadfast in its Read More…

What’s All the Fuss: DxOdyssey vs. Other SDP Solutions?

Lauren Hawes | October 9, 2019

A multitude of talented organizations are trying to make their mark on the Software Defined Perimeter space, so what is so doggone special about DxOdyssey? Let’s take it from the top—discussing DH2i’s SDP offering one technical aspect at a time.   Data Transmission Protocol DxOdyssey utilizes UDP/DTLS encryption, contrary to the TCP/TLS utilized by the Read More…

DxAG: SQL Server Availability Groups That Won’t Make You Talk Trash

Lauren Hawes | October 1, 2019

What would make SQL Server Availability Groups better? For many IT pros, it’s not something they would add, but rather, something they would take away. The underlying cluster orchestration technologies of Availability Groups, WSFC and Pacemaker, can be quite restrictive for many organizations. Not only that, but these technologies seem to have been created without Read More…

5 Reasons Traditional Perimeter Security Doesn’t Cut It Anymore

Lauren Hawes | September 25, 2019

Network-Level Access – Traditional perimeter security approaches such as VPNs grant users access to your organization’s entire network. That means the breach of any one of these connections can compromise the entire network. Ease of Scalability – Being able to scale up and out is vital to organizational success, but with conventional perimeter security methods, Read More…

DxEnterprise Stories: Customers Who Got More Than They Thought They Paid For

Lauren Hawes | September 17, 2019

You can have your cake and eat it too! That’s the best thing about DxEnterprise—regardless of your primary motivator to adopt the software, your organization will inevitably experience some rather substantial additional benefits. The most frequent adoption motivators we’ve witnessed among our customer base are: The desire for easy-to-manage, instance-level HA The power to achieve Read More…

Properly Safeguarding Distributed Internet of Things Networks

Don Boxley Jr | August 20, 2019

Aside from the internet itself, The Internet of Things has the potential to become the most transformative technological application of our times. Conservative estimates indicate it will encompass approximately 30 billion devices in the next couple years, more than half of which will include machine to machine communication. With each of those smart devices connected Read More…

We’re Not Cave Dwellers Anymore: It’s Time to Get Smart About Availability

Lauren Hawes | August 13, 2019

Living in a cave—despite the amenities it deprives you of—can still be considered doable. Fortunately, most of us have seen the light (pun intended) and embraced the amazing offerings of a technologically advanced reality. While traditional high availability solutions seem to be enough to get by today, the future is quickly trending towards something “smarter.” Read More…

Our Side of the Story: How DxOdyssey Mitigates the Vulnerabilities of VPN

Lauren Hawes | July 30, 2019

VPN is on an unstoppable path towards obsolescence—between the physical infrastructure limitations and the serious vulnerabilities it poses in a cloud-centric world, evolution needs to happen for organizations’ perimeters to remain secure. We’re a little biased, but DxOdyssey is a great solution for perimeter security in today’s world. So on a more granular level, what Read More…

Redefine SQL Server HA by Prioritizing Simplified Management

Lauren Hawes | July 25, 2019

It’s a sick joke—you’ve been put on the highway with a steering wheel that’s so hard to move you can barely control yourself at all… High availability is absolutely imperative for organizations today, but Microsoft and other clustering providers seem to have built their products with an utter disregard for the day-to-day management experience. In Read More…