Friday, December 7, 2018

Professional Data Recovery from RAID Disk Array and NAS Repository

It is very easy to describe "data recovery" as a process of reading data from any electronic digital data carrier at a time when these data are not available for any reason by conventional means.

Regardless of what type of media is used for storing data, there is always the risk of its physical, specifically electronic or mechanical damage from the principle of functioning. Physical damage can have two main causes:

·   This physical damage can be either spontaneous (so-called nothing, no external cause, 
    unexpectedly), usually a manufacturing defect or wear, age.
·  The second variant of physical damage is damage by external influences. Typically, a fall, a     shock, a spell, or otherwise a carrier, with improper handling, shorting or fire.

The loss of data and files related to hardware failure or human error is one of the areas that use server solutions for storing and distributing data between very frustrating and stressful situations. It is certainly not necessary to mention the economic aspect of the matter.

There is server data recovery service having many years experience in dealing with complex conditions, such as restoring data from file servers, data recovery from a server application or retrieve configuration and client data stored on the Web server. The specialists recover files from inaccessible virtualized machines or NAS network storage in any RAID configuration.

They offer several variants of data recovery from the server, depending on the customer's preference. This service is available for almost every type of storage system, configuration and situation:

·  Any brand and server model, typically HP, Lenovo / IBM, Dell, with full support for native     dedicated or on-board controllers
·   So-called custom servers (custom built solutions) from common components
·   RAID data recovery of all configurations
·Saving virtual data from VMWare and other virtualized configurations

The reasons of data loss in above situations can be:

·         Spontaneous physical failure of a server disk or disk
·         Physical damage by force or element
·         Defective disk sectors used in the RAID array
·         Failure of a dedicated or on-board disk controller
·         Errors in configuration of RAID array, states after rebuild
·         Incorrect hot swap HDD
·         A wide range of user errors
·         Logical errors at the file system level

If you want to be confident of a professional approach that guarantees an ideal prognosis for your files to return, entrust the Raid 5 recovery to specialists. In Salvagedata, we have long specialized in service rescue data from the server and other types of digital data carriers. We solve both cases of logical data loss (disk disintegration of a disk array) and especially serious electrical / mechanical defects of one or more disks contained in a disk array.

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