Setting up a RAID array doesn’t make you immune to data loss. At TTR Data Recovery, we restore your RAID Data so that you can enjoy the true benefits of redundancy and performance.
A technology that has been around since the late 80s, RAID was meant to be the answer to the rising cost of hard drives by combining inexpensive disks into a single array. This, in turn, results in a faster and more reliable logical unit as compared to the more expensive traditional disk drives or otherwise known as SLED (Single Large Expensive Disk).
RAID effectively minimizes the innate limitations of individual hard disk drives or SSDs, while maximizing their efficiency and reliability. However, RAID failures can happen due to the failure of one RAID disk or several disks, operator failure, or controller failure.
These RAID failures can result in data loss, which is no laughing matter, especially when your organization’s entire operation or project’s success is on the line.
Our RAID recovery service has a range of solutions to help you restore your RAID data and put things back to normal and help you maintain your client’s trust as if nothing happened.
We Offer RAID Data Recovery Service For All Types Of Failure!
In the event of a RAID breakdown, TTR Data Recovery is your one-stop shop RAID data recovery service solution. Our RAID recovery service is tailored to effectively resolve RAID data loss from whatever type RAID system or RAID failure that may be.
A RAID controller can be a hardware or software that is used to manage HDDs or SSDs configured in a disk or computer array, so that they work together as a logical unit. As most RAID servers use only a single controller, a malfunction due to a power surge, overheating, or other reasons can result in booting errors and other problems that can cripple the entire system and eventual loss of data.
Partitioning greatly mitigates the drag created when your RAID drives are almost filled to the brim. However, things can go awry when you implement partitioning and corrupted partition could render it undetectable and unusable.
While RAID can offer fault tolerance in case of hardware failures, it won’t be able to protect you from server logical failure brought by virus or malware infection, file system corruption, or human error.
Excessive Disk Failures:
Raid configuration can tolerate only a certain number of disk failures, otherwise, it could result and excess in a system meltdown. The breakdown could stem from many possible reasons: excessive file system errors, accidental drive removal, read/write SSD cache crashed, and so on.
RAID Volume Rebuild Errors:
RAID rebuild is a long and painstaking task, not to mention risky, if done in-house or on your own. RAID volume rebuild times can sometimes take days, making the process susceptible to interruptions and errors that can corrupt or destroy the existing data.
Many fall into the misconception that RAID is impermeable from the threat of data loss, due to its fault tolerance feature. Regardless of the cause or the type of RAID implementation you have, we have an appropriate RAID recovery service solutions that suits your needs.
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RAID not only improves performance and efficiency but also provides some layer of fault tolerance. There are different levels of RAID that an organization can choose to setup which varies in speed, performance, and level of fault tolerance.
Despite the benefits and features, the reality is, RAID failure happens and could eventually result in data loss. Even just a minute away from your crucial data could spell disastrous consequences to you or your organization.
ISO 9001 & SOC Secure RAID Data Recovery
ISO9001 is a Quality Management System recognized globally while ISO 9001:2008 is customer-centric standard that also encourages organizations to identify and implement service improvements.
TTR Data Recovery is ISO 9001:2008 certified, which means that our quality management system complies with the standards set forth by ISO9001. While the SOC 2 audit ensures that our non-financial reporting controls are in place and effective in protecting user entities’ sensitive data.
TTR Data Recovery understands that data security and quality management are crucial components of every organization’s IT infrastructure. That is why we not only strive to provide a great RAID recovery service but we also spend time, effort, and resources to better manage our processes, policies, and internal controls.
We make compliance simpler by performing RAID data recovery using processes and facilities that have met or exceeded ISO 9001 certified quality management systems. By following SOC type ll security protocols, we ensure you never have to worry about dropping the ball on security governance.
Looking for Emergency RAID Data Recovery?
The reality is, RAID can fail and often times there is no hot standby available should a RAID malfunction occur. This necessitates the need for a quicker fix, or else run the risk of additional drives suffering the same fate.
The good news is, TTR Data Recovery has your emergency RAID recovery service needs covered when time is of the essence. So, you won’t have to bear the agony of waiting.
Stop waiting to discover whether your RAID is salvageable, and get your diagnostic report within hours instead of days. TTR Data recovery’s same-day data recovery process means you’ll never be caught off guard by another emergency.
ISO 9001 & SOC Secure RAID Data Recovery
Choosing the right RAID system type for your business or organization could spell the difference between success and failure. Choosing the right RAID level depends on your technical needs: enhanced performance, fault-tolerance, or both.
ALL TYPES OF RAID SYSTEMS
RAID 0 Recovery
RAID 0 uses striping technique that enables users to utilize all the hard drives’ capacity which in turn improves performance. However, when one drive fails, the entire array fails.
RAID 1 Recovery
Maximum redundancy is what you achieve with RAID 1 array level by using the mirroring technique so that the array will still function even if one of the disks fails. We can help fix the faulty drive and rebuild the array, so you can maximize the full benefit of RAID system.
RAID 5 Recovery
While RAID 5 is highly reliable in allowing for a faster and reliable rebuild in case of a disk failure, it is not totally immune from data loss. There is no need to worry, though, as our highly-qualified RAID REcovery service technicians should get the job done with ease.
RAID 6 Recovery
RAID 6 allows two drives to fail at the same time without affecting the entire array. Despite this assurance, losing two drives at the same time means losing a drive’s worth of storage capacity. Our RAID recovery service expertise should get those drives back in commission in no time.
RAID 10 Recovery
RAID 10 combines the redundancy of RAID 1 and performance of RAID 0. In the event of RAID failure, TTR Data Recovery can help you enjoy the benefits of increased performance and speed once again.
RAID 50 Recovery
RAID 50 works by combining the distributed parity of a RAID 5 and striping technique of RAID 0. The risk of losing the functionality of your RAID 50 is high if it suffers from multiple disk failures. TTR Data recovery can come to the rescue and turn chaos into harmony.
RAID failure is not uncommon, and the ramifications of a system downtime escalate the longer the repair and recovery take. We repair RAID arrays and perform recovery simultaneously, so you can get back to work sooner.
SAN Data Recovered
SAN allows efficient data transfer without the usual jams associated with traditional networks. The complexity of the system makes it dangerous for any unqualified technician to attempt data recovery without the right technology, expertise, and facilities. Our Raid recovery service is equipped with all of that.
NAS Data Recovery
NAS works very well in tandem with a RAID configuration, especially if your workers need to share access to files. A RAID-based NAS failure can put a damper on the performance of the entire system. Our RAID recovery service will have you enjoying the best of both worlds with our reliable recovery tools and an army of expert technicians.
Individuals and businesses alike find great benefits in using RAID. When you take advantage of our RAID recovery service, you or your business will also enjoy the benefits of fast, reliable, and no-nonsense recovery solutions.
WHAT TO DO
First, you should conduct routine backups. This will minimize the negative effects of a RAID failure. While this is a must in managing RAID systems, many business owners tend to overlook and neglect this.
While your IT personnel will most likely not be able to fix a RAID drive failure, you should stay calm and seek help from a trusted RAID recovery service professional.
When your RAID fails, you may want to rebuild as soon as possible. Being too hasty might actually delay or prevent recovery, however. The smartest thing you can do is shut down permanently, document the problem and get in touch with TTR Data Recovery right away for further instructions.
What Not To Do
Should any member disk of a RAID system gets faulty, you should shut down the system entirely. Running on degraded mode will only cause further damage to the system. Neither should you attempt to fix, rebuild, use utilities, or disassemble parts on your own, else you would be running the risk of airborne particle contamination or extensive damage to files.
You do need to act quickly and ask for a professional RAID recovery service to address the issue right away. We have varying levels of RAID recovery service to suit your needs and meet the urgency of your request.
Avoid trying to rebuild the RAID array or fix damaged drives. Also steer clear of CHKDSK, FSCK and other utilities; they might corrupt files in the process of accessing data. Finally don’t just try to remove the drives you think failed. It’s important to remove the complete set, and this means you need to keep the drives in order.
RAID ARRAY HARD DRIVE & SSD TYPES
When your RAID breaks down on you, it could bring your operations to a standstill for days. To avoid delays in the data recovery efforts, your RAID recovery service provider should be able to support all forms of RAID arrays. TTR Data recovery supports all drive makes, models and interfaces, including:
- ULTRA/ATA 100
- SATA II
- Fibre Channel
For over four decades now, RAID is the technology of choice to enhance performance and provide fault tolerance. A RAID system can use HDD or SSD, although many prefer SSD for its superior performance compared to HDD.
In the event of RAID failure, SSD rebuild times is faster albeit being more costly than that HDD. However, neither offer 100% protection from failure and data loss.
TTR Data Recovery salvages data from all forms of RAID arrays, in record time.
While it is an extensive list of our RAID hardware specialization, there is still a slight chance that your RAID device may not be listed here. If that is the case, we are more than glad to hear from you. Regardless of the hardware type, we are confident that our time-tested RAID recovery service can salvage your lost data in no time.
Working with a RAID device not listed here?
We’re confident we can restore it to its former glory, so just get in touch.
ALL OPERATING SYSTEMS SUPPORTED
We’ve recovered RAID arrays that used almost every operating system in existence, including:
- Apple Mac OS x
We’re also ready to tackle custom RAID data recovery involving proprietary software and embedded systems.