DH2i recently announced the general availability of DxConsole 2014, delivering Microsoft SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery (HA/DR) capabilities for business critical data distributed across physical, virtual, and cloud environments.
DxConsole 2014 features major system and performance enhancements intended to provide you with the ability to easily and safely extend their SQL environment into the cloud, as well as form a DxConsole cluster across sites and domains without the VLAN requirement and its associated drawbacks. DxConsole 2014 still enables you to enjoy an up to 10 to 1 reduction in servers, for huge capital and operational savings.
Tegile Systems, a provider of flash-driven storage arrays for virtualized server and virtual desktop environments, announced the addition of FlashVols to its Metadata Accelerated Storage System (MASS) architecture to optimize SQL performance and integration.
FlashVols are volumes that are pinned in SSD so applications run at maximum performance without the potential delay due to caching algorithms or tiering policies. Combined with Tegile’s de-duplication and compression technologies, this enhancement allows large and medium enterprises that need high-performance and high-availability storage to benefit from flash-grade performance without incurring the costs traditionally associated with high RPM disk drives.
EMS Database Management Solutions recently released SQL Administrator version 1.3, which include new features and improvement including implementation of the Compare Server Configurations wizard and inclusion of the Register Servers form.
Learn what's new in SQL Administrator for SQL Server 1.3.
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