DH2i responds to partner calls for improved Microsoft SQL Server resilience

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DH2i has announced the general availability of DxEnterprise version 20. This updated version of the company's multi-platform smart availability software has been engineered to improve the performance and resilience of transaction processing workloads running on top of Microsoft SQL Server.

The company said that DxEnterprise v20 responds to channel partner and end customer requirements for improved SQL Server database resilience, Zero Trust security and scalability across private and public clouds as well as between on-premises and remote locations.

Following the launch of DxOdyssey for IoT in October 2020, DH2i started improving cloud-based database transaction processing performance and resiliency. This was because the company found there is a strong correlation between transaction performance/resiliency and profitability, particularly for financial services workloads.

DH2i’s DxEnterprise v20 includes purpose-built enhancements to deliver the key capabilities necessary to address the challenges of high availability and disaster recovery. The product now includes database resiliency within an Availability Zone and between Availability Zones and regions, thereby protecting applications and data from datacenter failures. The offering also ensures data integrity with data constantly moving between isolated networks, as well managing and scaling the number of database instances in response to rapidly changing behaviours and expectations.

Don Boxley, CEO and co-founder, DH2i, explained, “DH2i’s smart availability software for SQL Server boosts SQL Server AG performance and simplifies SQL Server workload management, while reducing SQL Server costs by as much as 50 per cent for use cases that need to combine local HA and remote data protection, such as FinTech and others.”

DH2i’s partners in the UK include Computacenter, Frontier Technology, and Trustmarque.