VMware & Hyper-V Virtual Systems
The use of Virtual Machines or Private Clouds has become more popular in today’s enterprise world. Virtualization and cloud infrastructure offers a number of advantages in disaster recovery strategy, hardware manipulation and optimization, but it is still vulnerable to data loss caused by a number of internal and external factors. Placing several machines on a virtualized infrastructure rather than on individual servers creates an increased risk of data loss, as multiple servers may crash together at the same time.
VMWare & Hyper-V Data Recovery
Our VMWare, Hyper-V and virtual server data recovery experts are here to provide data recovery support for all your VMWare or Hyper-V virtual machine recovery needs. We can help recover from virtual server failed v-disk, physical hard drives, failed or corrupted volumes and databases even when traditional data recovery techniques have failed due to the encryption on the virtual hard disk.
How does Virtual Machine Recovery Work?
Virtualization (the creation of virtual rather than actual versions of operating systems, servers, or hard drives) has become an important way for businesses to save money and time. There are many benefits in consolidating the number of Windows servers in your environment by harnessing the advantage of virtualization products like VMWare, Hyper-V, and Windows Virtual Server. These benefits include –
- Lower number of physical servers, reducing maintenance cost
- Increased server space utilization efficiency
- Easy deployment of multiple operating system technologies on a single hardware platform
- Low power consumption and increased energy efficiency
Given the above advantages, there are three areas of IT where virtualization is growing: network virtualization, storage virtualization, and server virtualization. However, placing several machines on a virtualized infrastructure rather than on individual servers creates an increased risk of data loss, as multiple servers may crash together at the same time.
The most common causes for data loss in a virtualized infrastructure are:
- RAID and other hardware device failure
- Deleted/corrupted files in virtualized storage systems
- Fire/water damage
- Accidental deletion or other loss of data
- VMDK corruption
Experienced Professionals Ready To Help
At Data Detect, we have an experienced team of specialists proficient in VMFS, Hyper-V, and Virtualization data recovery services. Our engineers can recover your lost data from almost any situation without compromise.
Using our proprietary software and utilities, our engineers can restore data from situations including:
- RAID or hardware failure
- Corrupt/deleted NTFS or VHDs
- VMDK corruption
- Format of the VMFS volume
- Accidental data deletion
- Deleted/lost files from all Microsoft virtual platforms and VMWare systems
- Fire/water damage
What You Should Know
VMFS, Hyper-V, and Virtualization data recovery can be more complex and tedious than traditional hard disk data recovery, often requiring unique tools and specialized technique to understand and address database structures. The fear of data loss has played a role in slowing the growth of virtualization for some who overlook the amazing benefits that it offers. Never assume that corrupted or encrypted virtual drives are unrecoverable, as our experts have extensive experience in recovering data from one or more virtual machines located on a virtual and physical hard disk.
Who We Are – Why we are The Best
Data Detect is Australia’s most trusted data recovery company with over 30 years of combined data recovery experience that you can count on, only because our clients have the final say.