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In many cases, the end of the year gives you time to step back and take stock of the last 12 months. This is when many of us take a hard look at what worked and what did not, complete performance reviews, and formulate plans for the coming year. For me, it is all of those things plus a time when I u...
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Kroll Ontrack Announces Data Recovery Breakthrough On VMware Virtualization Environments
Data Recovery Leader Unveils Solution for Businesses Experiencing Data Loss During and After Server Virtualization

Kroll Ontrack announced its ability to perform data recovery services on VMware systems. Using newly developed proprietary technology, Kroll Ontrack conceived and developed capabilities specifically designed to recover folders and files on all types of virtual systems. This capability provides businesses with a viable resource when data loss occurs in these environments.

Virtualization is a software technology that is transforming the IT landscape and in turn has created radical changes in computing. While most of today’s computing hardware was designed to run only one operating system at a time, virtualization helps businesses overcome this limitation by allowing a single system to run several operating systems simultaneously, increasing its usage and flexibility. With virtualization, users of VMware software save time, money and resources while optimizing and rationalizing their IT infrastructure. These advantages and savings explain the growing rate of virtualization in business environments.

While there are space saving, environmental and cost benefits to virtualization and server consolidation, having all your data in one place can leave businesses vulnerable to experiencing substantial data loss. The rise in virtualized environments paired with instances of physical or operating system failure during configuration has lead to a significant spike in the amount of virtual environment recovery requests Kroll Ontrack has recently received.

“The number of virtual environment jobs has increased ten fold over last year,” said Jeff Pederson, manager of data operations, Kroll Ontrack. “When virtual infrastructure data loss occurs, identifying the cause and recovering the data is very complex. This requires deep expertise and extensive knowledge of VMware environments. Kroll Ontrack has the required level of knowledge to perform these recoveries and can restore lost business data in one of our labs, onsite or remotely.”

Specifically, Kroll Ontrack can successfully recover lost data on the following VMware systems:

Performing recoveries for more than 20 years on all forms of hard drives, Kroll Ontrack has also developed techniques and tools to successfully recover from flash media, solid state disk (SSD) and LTO tapes. Like virtual environments, recoveries from these mediums add a layer of complexity to the process. Specifically, Kroll Ontrack now has expertise with all types of flash media and SSD controller chips and can bypass end of tape markers, which often hinders successful recoveries from these storage devices. 

For more information about Kroll Ontrack’s offering visit www.ontrackdatarecovery.ca.

 For more information on Kroll Ontrack contact Mike Hayes, mike@vandeloo.com at Vandeloo.

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