Redundant Array of Independent Disks RAID provides a highly secured environment and protects data against the data loss and losses and reduces the chances of a disaster. RAID systems use multiple ways to distribute data in the hard drives, which are called RAID levels. For example, RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 2, RAID 3, RAID 4, RAID 5, and so on.Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) is a virtual data storage technology which combines multiple hard drives into a single logical unit & works together to provide data redundancy with increased overall system performance.This technology is used by a majority of small to medium sized businesses across the world as their storage solutions due to its highly fault-tolerant level and the cost effectiveness of acquisition and maintenance.This technology has fault tolerance ability that encourages a system to perform all the functions, even when one or more hard drives have failed.
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RAID data recovery is an intricate task since RAID data configurations often have different data layouts depending on manufacturers – often for competitive reasons. Without an in-depth knowledge of how RAID arrays are configured at hardware, firmware and software levels, data recovery attempts will not only fail, but result in further data corruption.However, if a RAID array fails as a result of component malfunction (including hard drives and controller cards) or operating and application corruption, it leaves the data unusable and in most cases corrupted.The majority of small to medium sized businesses across the globe have turned to RAID configured systems for their storage solutions. Using its vast knowledge of RAID array storage technology, Seagate Recovery Services can successfully recover data from the very earliest to most recent NAS, SAN and Server RAID configurations on the market.The most frequently cited reasons for using RAID arrays in businesses today are the highly fault-tolerant level offered and the cost effectiveness of acquisition and maintenance.