Unlike a traditional RAID system, Isilon systems are built on the concept of a huge data lake.
Four terabytes of data recovered from flood damaged HP EVA SAN
The damage was a HP Storage Works EVA (Enterprise Virtual Array) 6000 containing business critical SQL database files as well as employee file shares.
The client attempted to open one of its virtual tape library backups only to find the MediaAgent database file, the gateway to the files on the media server, was corrupt and showed zero bytes in size.
A large UK Government organization had to learn the hard way that even RAID 6 arrays, known for their reliability, are not 100 percent impervious to hardware failure.
Data Loss in paradise
When Uprising Beach Resort in Fiji experienced a problem with their RAID configured server, they knew that they had to act quickly.
Fujitsu Offers Hard Drive Erasure Services As Part Of Risk Management
Traditionally, companies have seen hard drive erasure as an IT issue and related decisions have been the concern of IT departments. However, we see proper data disposal more as a question of risk management than IT
Kroll Ontrack Reclaims Animation Tape for Christchurch Production Company After Earthquake
Within minutes water was coming up through the floor of Orly’s studios. We literally had over four inches of water suddenly appear. It looked like a CGI (computer generated image) project. It just appeared out of the ground.
Dealing With a Meltdown in Papua New Guinea
It was a fast, comparatively easy solution that saw Global Technologies recover 99.9 percent of its client’s Exchange data within two days. And it only took that long because of the sheer number of mail boxes and the size of the data store.