RAID Server Recovery


Our engineers are experts when it comes to recovering data from RAID systems that have crashed or suffered other device failures. Our 20 years experience has seen us recovering data from RAID 1 & RAID 5 Servers regardless of configuration or manufacturer. We have also recovered data from a great many RAID arrays that have failed a rebuild.

RAID Recovery Doha

Redundant Array of Independent (originally Inexpensive) Disks (RAID) storage has revolutionized enterprise data storage technology, building in the peace of mind of redundancy (from RAID 1 & above) which can greatly minimize downtime suffered due to individual drive failures. Unfortunately though, RAID storage isn’t a perfect technology and as a result data loss can still occur.

Microserve Data Recovery services, can provide unmatched proprietary capabilities and resources when a RAID data recovery is required. With almost 20 years’ experience, nobody gives you a better chance at recovering your business-critical lost data.

RAID Data Storage Levels

As technology evolves the flexibility and capabilities of data storage technology are only going to expand, though coming with it the complexity of the systems themselves. Moore’s Law can go a long way to describe this. Already we have seen RAID levels expand from RAID 0 all the way to RAID 51 (and beyond).
Microserve has the skills, proprietary tools and experience to recover from all RAID levels, including:
Unfortunately data loss risk doesn’t limit itself to the RAID controller – the piece of hardware which manages and indexes where each packet of data is stored across each of the drives – individual drives can – and will – fail at some point in their lifetime. When this does happen, if individual drives do fail then, assuming it is a RAID 1 or greater, the faulty drive can just be replaced with a new one and have the data storage map rebuilt with zero data loss. Though if a drive failure exceeds the redundancy capacity of the RAID array, trust Microserve to give you the best chance at rebuilding your RAID array and recovering your data.

Modern RAID Arrays

Given the highly complicated and technical nature of modern RAID arrays and how they can be utilized with other highly complicated technologies for significant efficiency and cost benefits, such as virtualization. It is not uncommon for one of these technologies to suffer a fault, and then combined with other highly complex technologies to potentially cause significant data loss which can cost businesses millions in downtime. It is these types of situations where Microserve comes into its own.

Modern RAID arrays can also utilize multiple file systems, like BTRFS or ZFS at hardware level, with NTFS or HFS layered over the top for application support via virtualization. In the event that one of these file systems have a data loss, Microserve can utilize its wealth of experience to assist with your RAID recovery.