FORT COLLINS — DH2i Co., a Fort Collins-based company that provides disaster-recovery solutions for Windows, Linux and Oracle databases, has signed a strategic-alignment agreement with Red Hat.
After testing and validation, DH2i will become a Red Hat Technology Partner and has been certified on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.
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“We are excited to collaborate with Red Hat to deliver the next gen of digital transformation solutions,” Connor Cox, director of business development for DH2i, said in a prepared statement. “The combination of DH2i’s DxEnterprise software together with Red Hat’s Enterprise Linux operating system will power the apps that run our customers’ businesses across bare-metal, virtual, containerized, and private and public clouds, while ensuring Smart Availability, disaster recovery (DR) and dramatic cost improvement.”
Red Hat, based in Raleigh, N.C., provides open-source software products to the enterprise community.