ApON brings DH2i’s SQL server container management soln. to India

|March 20, 2017 0
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Microsoft Windows Server application portability and management solutions provider, DH2i now brings its Microsoft SQL Server container management solution, DxEnterprise into India with a strategic partnership with ApON Innovative Solutions.

“The global demand for Windows Server application portability is climbing at a rapid rate, particularly in the APAC region where Windows Server applications are among the most prevalently deployed platforms for managing business critical data,” said Connor Cox, Director of Business Development, DH2i.

DH2i’s DxEnterprise features a Microsoft SQL Server management technology that enables workload and data portability—as well as high availability for any Windows Server application or service. This help to create a framework for orchestrating datacenter management, high availability/disaster tolerance and policy-based SLA management.

DxEnterprise is the only Windows technology that leverages native Windows file system (NTFS) and shared or replicated storage technology to coordinate access to a pool of disk resources in a cluster. This enables consistent disk presentation no matter which host the container is active on. DxEnterprise can support any current version or edition of SQL Server and Windows Server OS across any physical, virtual or hybrid infrastructure.

“Microsoft SQL Server is a vital platform for customers throughout India, yet these organizations continue to be plagued with complexity and cost,” said Jaideep Khanduja, Director, ApON Innovative Solutions.

“With DH2i, we have the solution we need to provide customers the ability to move applications freely and transparently between their physical, virtual and cloud environments, while lowering all associated costs. With management streamlined and costs contained, our clients can now leverage their Windows environment on activities that more directly impact their business organization’s bottom line.”