Server Data Recovery

Servers store an immense amount of crucial business data in a single place. This protects you against online threats and ensures the safety of your data. Professionals are always concerned about the loss of their server data. Its data recovery is also a prime concern as it contains vital information. This information loss might occur because of single or multiple hard drive failure, RAID controller failure, virus attack, or file system corruption.

The team of professionals at DataCare Labs is equipped with much-needed resources and knowledge. This assures you a hassle-free recovery for web servers, file servers, application servers, and domain controllers.

Our team of professional engineers is highly capable of not only performing exchange server recovery, LINUX server, SQL server recovery, but also server data recovery from a troubled windows server, UNIX server, and SharePoint server.

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Best Server Data Recovery Center:

At DataCare labs we recover data from RAID 0, Raid 1, RAID 5, RAID 6, and RAID 10 as well. We also have expertise in NAS drive server data recovery. All types of servers, e.g. SQL, email, file, and documents can be recovered at our center.

Be it either a logical or physical failure of the server, DataCare Labs delivers the best results in data recovery services. Server data recovery is a complex and time-consuming job. It is highly dependent on the type of server storage, applications, and database.

We have our state-of-the-art Class 100 cleanroom Lab setup. This allows us to be organized and prepared for any RAID server data recovery or NAS drive recovery issues.

RAID Types And Characteristics:

  • RAID 0: It’s the most basic and easy to configure RAID level. In RAID 0 technique of Data Striping is used, which means data is divided into parts equal to the number of discs in the array and one part is stored on one disc. This RAID level is preferred when the speed of processing is more important than data safety. If one of the discs fails from the array of two-disc only half of data can be saved, so know your requirements beforehand.

  • RAID 1: RAID 1 uses of data mirroring technique in which one copy of data is kept on one more drive in the array. This increases latency but is great for data safety.

  • RAID 3: RAID 3 uses bit-level striping of data and dedicated disc for parity.

  • RAID 4: This uses byte-level stripping and uses dedicated parity disc for fault tolerance.

  • RAID 5: This level of RAID strips data block wise and uses distributed parity over the array. This improves the fault tolerance but without putting an extra load of dedicated parity disc.

  • RAID 6: RAID 6 is similar to RAID 5, except it adds one more parity bit ensuring extra fault tolerance.

Network Attached Storage:

NAS (Network Attached Servers) are shared over a network. Internal schematic for NAS is also RAID itself. Just a small difference is that NAS is continuously shared and used over networks for sharing files. These servers are shared small as well as long-distance networks, LAN, or WAN.

NAS uses different file system protocols. It also grants users access to files on the server stored on single or multiple discs. This is often arranged in RAID configuration.

It is flexible and versatile because it is compatible with different operating systems and its respective file systems.

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Threats to Server:

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The corporate world, financial organizations, law firms, government offices, and every big organization has servers at the core of their network systems.

Unfortunately, these are also commonly targeted for various reasons by various antisocial entities.

Taking down the server brings down the whole system. This is done with very fewer resources and expenses.

Whatever the reason be of the server failure, we, at Datacare labs will ensure the fastest server data recovery services to you

RAID Server Failure Scenarios:

  • The simultaneous failure of multiple drives.

  • Accidental reconfiguration of RAID drives

  • File system/operating system corruption.

  • RAID Controller failure.

  • RAID rebuilds failure.

  • Accidental deletion of data while taking backup.

  • Natural disasters like flood, fire, and earthquake.

  • Failure of intermittent drive resulting in configuration corruption.

NAS Server Failure Scenarios:

  • Natural disasters.

  • Power surges, or sudden power failure.

  • Human errors like improper use of the server, or maintenance inconsistencies

  • Installing new software programs, apps, tools on the server without proper knowledge of Server specifications, raises incompatibility issues.