DxEnterprise Overview

What is DxEnterprise?

DxEnterprise is multi-platform Smart Availability software built on patented technology that achieves the highest levels of availability for SQL Server instances, SQL Availability Groups, containers, and apps across both Windows and Linux environments. It can be used to manage a variety of workloads at the instance level – as well as Docker containers. DxEnterprise is particularly optimized for native or containerized Microsoft SQL Server deployments on any platform and is also adept at management of Oracle on Windows. With DxEnterprise, organizations get advanced fault detection to minimize outages and complete instance mobility from any host to any host, anywhere.

DxEnterprise expands its Smart Availability capabilities to SQL Server Availability Groups (AGs) with DxEnterprise for AGs. DxEnterprise for AGs is the only tool on the market that enables SQL Server AGs to be made highly available within and between Windows and Linux nodes across any type of infrastructure - all without relying on cumbersome cluster orchestration technologies like Pacemaker or WSFC.

DxEnterprise unlocks these key benefits:

✔️ Highest levels of availability

✔️ Immediate 25%-60% licensing savings

✔️ Peak utilization and consolidation

✔️ Near-zero planned and unplanned downtime

✔️ Management simplicity

DH2i is a software provider with over 10 years of experience, helping customers around the world enhance their IT management and SQL Server capabilities with DxEnterprise.

DxEnterprise is also known as DH2i DxEnterprise.

DxEnterprise Customers

Asante, Eversheds, Vecima Networks, W&W AFCO Steel, City of Aurora, Menigo, Linn County Sheriff's Office

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Solutions Architect at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Initial setup was relatively straightforward for a clustering solution.

What is most valuable?

SQL patching High availability

How has it helped my organization?

We were looking for a better-than-Microsoft-SQL clustering solution.

What needs improvement?

The interface can seem a little old school at times. By Old School, I simply mean from a graphics perspective it looks like word 97, not word 2013.

For how long have I used the solution?

I have used it for three years.

What was my experience with deployment of the solution?

The team from DH2i stepped us through the install over the phone and made sure they were oncall during major upgrades.

What do I think about the stability of the solution?

We have not encountered any stability issues.

What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

We have not encountered any scalability…
Systems Analyst/DBA at Vecima Networks
Real User
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Learning curve when moving from PolyServe is very low. I would refrain from using DxTransfer for moving databases & jobs

What other advice do I have?

If you have used PolyServe and are looking for an alternate before it is EOL, I strongly recommend DxConsole. The learning curve for those who have used PolyServe is very low and the system works great. I would refrain from using DxTransfer for moving databases and jobs, but it works nice for moving users. There is a new version of DxTransfer, but we have not had need to use it since we set up our systems. Update - I strongly encourage people to upgrade from DxConsole to DxEnterprise. It works a lot better, is more stable and has much faster failovers. On top of that it has extra features not…
VP of IT at a construction company with 501-1,000 employees
This product eases administration and gives us great reliability without the cost of SQL enterprise.
Our company has been using DXConsole for over a year. We are a small SQL shop with limited budget but still require HA. We have 2 SQL servers and 10 virtual instances. We enjoy the fact that we can failover and failback with little to no issues to the databases. We also like the virtual instances where you don't have to make any ODBC changes to some of our applications when we do a failover. This product eases administration and gives us great reliability without the cost of SQL enterprise. I am curious to see if anyone is using the DR feature to another datacenter or the cloud.