DH2i Launches DxEnterprise v17.5 to Deliver Smart Availability  

DH2i, a provider of multi-platform availability, disaster recovery, and cost improvement solutions for Windows, Linux and Oracle databases and Docker containers, has announced the latest version of its DxEnterprise (DxE) software. 

DxE version 17.5 (v17.5) is a Windows/Linux Smart Availability solution for databases, Docker containers, Availability Groups, and application services that builds on version 17 by adding native support for  Microsoft SQL Server 2017 Availability Groups with automatic fault detection and failover between Windows and Linux; management, orchestration and automatic failover of Linux application services, including native open source databases, and automatic Windows/Linux failover clustering in Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure without WSFC and active directory. 

DxE v17.5 enables customers to invest in technologies that create a new class of distributed data management frameworks. These frameworks allow workloads to dynamically move to their best execution venue (BEV). This means the workloads can be quickly moved to the IT resource that is the most ideal from both a compute and budgetary standpoint. This can also lead to fewer operating system environments (OSEs) to manage and fewer fires to fight. IT professionals can now rededicate their time to activities and applications that empower competitive advantage, faster time to market, decreased costs, and greater revenues, resulting in the best possible bottom-line. 

“SQL Server 2017+ users can now benefit from a cross-platform environment that has the flexibility to seamlessly move primary workloads and data to-and-from any cloud; and can easily scale cloud-based data analytics and BI nodes,” said Don Boxley Jr, co-founder and CEO of DH2i. “Likewise, public cloud providers and MSPs can now increase their recurring revenue growth by creating a single cross-platform service that delivers near-zero planned or unplanned downtime for any customer’s applications.” 

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