DH2i is being recognized by CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, in its 2020 Partner Program Guide. This annual guide is the definitive listing of the most rewarding partner programs from technology companies that provide products and services through the IT channel.
In response to the COVID-19 world health crisis and the resulting need to reinvent how we work, DH2i will be offering its DxOdyssey networking software, completely free-of-charge, to anyone seeking to access their work computer (applications and information) from home.
DH2i DxEnterprise for SDP-Enhanced Microsoft SQL Server Availability Groups (AGs) on Linux Now Available in AWS Marketplace
DxEnterprise for SDP-enhanced Microsoft SQL Server Availability Groups (AGs) is now available for Linux on RHEL and Ubuntu in AWS Marketplace, a digital catalog with thousands of software listings from independent software vendors that make it easy to find, test, buy, and deploy software that runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
2020 kicked-off with a rather ambitious New Year’s resolution for many SQL Server DBAs: implement high availability (HA) for Microsoft SQL Server on Linux. Unfortunately, it’s not even February, and many have already thrown in the towel. In this live webinar, Microsoft SQL Server MCM / Data Platform MVP, Edwin Sarmiento, together with DH2i’s Connor Cox, will help make sense of two of the clustering options available for SQL Server on Linux—Pacemaker and DxEnterprise—including how each are configured and managed.
Despite mainstream society’s best efforts, not everyone will get into the holiday spirit this year. There are plenty of Grinches who only have one thing on their list: hacking your organization. Don’t make it easier for them! Make 2020 the year you unVPN® for good!
PASS Summit Seattle is among the top Microsoft SQL Server events of the year. Did you miss the show this year? Or, attended but didn’t have a chance to swing by the DH2i PASS Summit booth? Not to worry!
PAYCOQ Chooses DH2i to Ensure IT Infrastructure High Availability (HA) and Disaster Recoverability (DR), as well as to Lower Costs
PAYCOQ, the world’s premier provider of all-in-one mobile point-of-sale (POS) software and services, has deployed DH2i’s DxEnterprise software to ensure the high availability (HA) and disaster recoverability (DR), as well as to lower the overall costs, of its IT infrastructure.
DH2i to Showcase How to Ensure Always-Secure and Always-On IT and Business Infrastructure at PASS Summit 2019
DH2i will be an exhibitor and sponsor at PASS Summit 2019, the world’s largest and most intensive technical training conference for Microsoft SQL Server and data professionals, taking place November 5-8 in Seattle, Washington (DH2i Booth 118).
DH2i’s DxAdvantage Partner Program enables channel partners to provide end customers with the most innovative, proven and cost effective solutions for ensuring high availability (HA), disaster recovery (DR) and perimeter security via its innovative DxOdyssey®, DxEnterprise® and DxAG™ software solutions.
DH2i to Discuss the One Tool Microsoft Professionals Require to Crush the Complexity of MSSQL Availability Group Management
Sometimes (perhaps, most of the time) Microsoft Availability Groups (AGs) make IT professionals want to crush their desktops much like how the Incredible Hulk crushes a 4-door sedan. It is simply no fun dealing with Microsoft Pacemaker and/or Microsoft Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) every day of the week. But, there has been no reasonable alternative, until now…
DH2i to Present Live Webinar Entitled, “On the Road Again – How to Secure Your Network for Remote User Access”
Whether working from home or on the road, an organization’s team members need access to company resources at all hours. Modern business has done a fantastic job of enabling this level of flexibility, but it comes at a cost. Trying to lock down these connections is extremely stressful for IT professionals, and traditional methods like VPNs and open ports leave organizations vulnerable and dependent on a terrifying amount of blind trust.
What’s the only thing IT pros hate more than unplanned outages? Microsoft Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC). That’s been the unanimous opinion of the SQL Server professionals DH2i has chatted with anyway… It is really quite ironic. If WSFC is so widely despised, why does it remain the default clustering tool for Failover Cluster Instances (FCIs) and Availability Groups (AGs)?