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Database files that are inaccessible or missing are caused by one of two things: a failure in the data storage device (hard disk, SAN, DAS/RAID) or damage to the internal database that prevents row data from being accessed.
In either case, Ontrack® Data Recovery services provide the expertise and recovery applications to extract and reassemble the information that resides inside of a database file. Kroll Ontrack engineering teams have certified developer status with Apple, Microsoft, Sun, and VMware. This provides the best recovery solution possible for your critical database applications.
If you don't see your file or database type listed, don't worry. With the biggest R&D team of any data recovery provider, Ontrack Data Recovery can recover your data from any type of application, file or data loss condition.
The recovery process for database files includes four stages. A successful recovery of these types of files requires a verification of the storage device or system and the file system that contains the database.
*iSCSI LUNs are reliant upon the SAN's internal file system to manage the data. Data loss within this type of logical storage may require access to the SAN's volume where the iSCSI files are stored.
**Target volumes that reside within virtual disk files are dependent upon the hypervisor's datastore file system to manage the data. Data loss at the hypervisor volume level or within the guest's virtual disk file may require additional engineering effort to complete the evaluation.
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Kroll Ontrack has a longstanding industry partnership with Oracle.
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Kroll Ontrack can recover data from all VMware virtual environments.
Kroll Ontrack is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.
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