Although it’s been around for over 30 years, adoption rates—and use cases—for PostgreSQL are still growing. Its core distinctions of data correctness and integrity are particularly e ective on Ubuntu nodes, which typify all of the innovation advantages of open source communities. PostgreSQL remains a viable choice for organizations across verticals not only because it’s one of the few top 10 databases not backed by a speci c vendor, but also because, as an object relational DBMS, it supports a variety of methods and data types for extremely extensible, scalable, real-time performant needs.
As a fully functioning, cloud-ready document database, MongoDB excels at the decentralized data applications of the modern enterprise. Accessing it on an Ubuntu node is a credible means of maximizing the sort of innovation both of these open source platforms encourage. With its intelligent data distributions successfully impacting aspects of regulatory compliance, governance protocols, hybrid clouds, integration e orts, high availability, and sharding capabilities, MongoDB scales horizontally to yield abundant business value in numerous ways.
As the heterogeneity of IT environments increase around the globe, management is becoming more complex and more time-consuming. Whether it be on the primary site alone, or a remote disaster recovery site, most organizations simultaneously run environments containing different underlying infrastructure. The lack of availability and portability within these environments was a problem that DH2i initially set out to solve for SQL Server, and has now branched out to Linux and Docker as well.
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.
Now, application virtualization takes a logical next step and puts the application (and, by implication, the IT administrator) in the driver’s seat—delivering responsiveness and performance while further enhancing utilization and cost-effectiveness.