Data recovery from blade servers in all data loss situations
Success rate of recovery as high as up to 100%
Assured data privacy across the job cycle
Risk-free data recovery
Stellar has been recovering data for businesses and individuals since 1993, with a proven track record of more than 26 years in data recovery domain. We are an ISO 9001 & ISO 27001 certified organization. We have skilled technicians and world-class infrastructure, with class 100 clean room facility. This enables us to provide market-leading data recovery solution—offering up to 100% recovery of data from blade servers of all makes and models, assurance of privacy and integrity of your business data—throughout the data recovery job cycle. Therefore, Stellar is the most trusted and acclaimed data recovery brand in the world.
You may lose critical business data stored on disk attached to your blade server(s)—local storage, storage blades, SAN, NAS, etc. The reasons for data loss could be a data deletion, disk formatting, natural disaster, fire, physical damage, or ransomware attack, etc. Though businesses typically have a backup and restore plan, they may at times fail to restore the lost data. If you’re in such a situation, seek the help of Stellar Data Recovery services to recover your data, irrespective of the cause of data loss.
Given below is a list of some of the common blade server recovery cases handled by our experts:
Replace the affected
If your storage blade, disk-based blade, or any other type of storage attached to blade server is showing failure symptoms, you must immediately replace it. With continued usage, the disk might get further damaged, resulting in permanent data loss.
Don’t use hit-and-trial
Use of hit-and-trial methods such as attempts to repair the blade/disk or to recover data by using a data recovery software, etc. might lead to physical damage to the disk, or permanent deletion of data. Therefore, it is recommended to seek services of data recovery experts, in case of data loss situations.
Handle the server’s storage
The architecture of blade servers is complex and you may have multiple disk-based blades, or storage blades enclosed in a chassis. You may also have SAN or NAS attached to your blade server. Therefore, you must follow the best practices while unmounting the affected blade or disk that holds your precious data. Also, you must prevent the storage device from jerks and falls. Careful handling prevents any further damages, and help you in getting up to 100% blade server data recovery.