X-Link Enterprise Edition has been in the making for over 5 years and I’ve been waiting for this day the entire time. I’m excited to show you the initial results of how X-Link Enterprise solves the problems of large volumes of message transfers, short delivery time requirements and the multitenancy datacenter mode to protect unrelated clients’ HIPAA protected data from each other in a hosted environment. Enterprise does this by using more of the processing power of your server while balancing the loads created by X-Link on your server.
In the Application and Server Editions, the X-Link Process Manager only starts one X-Link Engine for all connections. That engine round robins the processing time of X-Link between all of the connections setup to run under X-Link. This round robin can cause message delivery delays when large numbers of connections are running in a single X-Link Engine. Also, if the connections are for unrelated clients, there’s no way to segregate the data and ensure each client’s data is secure from the other clients.
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