RAID Technology -
We use cutting-edge RAID Hardware to protect all data on the server against harddisk failures. This technology works by creating a mirror of all data on more than one harddisk automatically, without any delay i.e. all data is written to multiple harddisks simultanously so that if any harddisk fails, that harddisk will be marked as deactivated and the system will still continue to function as though nothing has happened by using the copy of the data on the other harddisk(s). The best part is that you do not require to make any changes or special code modifications in your website/web application for this technolgy to function.
RAID systems offer a significant advantage over non-RAID systems, both in terms of data protection and ability to maintain 100% uptime, as the system continues to function perfectly in case of disk failures. RAID technology also marginally improves the performance of the various services on the server.
As soon as a harddisk fails, notification alerts are sent out, so that the failed harddisk can be replaced by the system administrators. As such, the system continues to perform normally despite disk failures, using the mirror of the data on the additional harddisk(s).
Daily & Weekly Server Backups -
Important data exists across various locations on a server. Our subject-matter experts have conducted comprehensive research and have prepared complex backup scripts that automatically maintain copies of all important files and folders, in a secure manner, on a regular pre-defined interval, such that we can restore a server in the shortest possible time, in the event of a total failure.
Your Own Backup Policy Manager (Only Applicable for Web Hosting Packages) -
All our services involve your crtitical data. Most of our Products have a built-in Backup Manager that provides comprehensive and cost effective protection by allowing you to define highly flexible backup policies that will protect your critical data. A web-based backup policy manager provides an easy-to-use one-step wizard to define the backup scope, backup frequency and backlogs.