Virtual Machines are software implementations of computer systems through hardware, software or a combination of both. They can either pose as a complete operating (OS) system as a system virtual machine or as a single program as a process virtual machine. The advantages of a virtual machine are that they can have multiple OS environments run on the same drive and allow virtual file sharing and that they have inherent data recovery for most cases. The disadvantage is that when drives run concurrently in the system, there is a possibility of unstable performance.

Virtual Hard Disk (VHD) is the typical file format that is used as the hard disk of a virtual machine. Another open source file format option developed by VMware, is a VMDK (Virtual Machine Disk) to contain virtual hard disk drives.  

Virtual Machine data Recovery

VMware & Hyper-V Virtual Systems

The use of Virtual Machines or Private Clouds has become more popular in today’s enterprise word. Virtualization and cloud infrastructure offers a number of advantages in disaster recovery strategy, Hardware manipulation and optimization, but it is still vulnerable to data loss caused by a number of internal and external factors. Placing several machines on a virtualized infrastructure rather than on individual servers creates an increased risk of data Loss, as multiple servers may crash together at the same time.    

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  • Paralles Virtual system Data Recovery

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  • vmware Data Recovery

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  •  QEMU Data Recovery

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  • virtual Box Data recovery

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VMWare & Hyper-V Data Recovery

Our VMWare ,hyper-v and virtual server data recovery experts are here to provide data recovery support for all your VMWare or Hyper-V  virtual machine recovery needs . We can Help recover from virtual server failed v-Disk, Physical hard disks, Failed Or corrupted volumes and databases even when traditional data recovery techniques have failed due to the encryption on the virtual hard disk .   

Typical Reasons Why Virtual Machines Lose Data

  • Reformatting
  • Corrupted virtual disk files
  • Accidental deletion of virtual disk files
  • Corrupted file systems

Using Our Proprietary Software and Utilities, Our Lab Engineers Can Restore Data from Situation Like;   

  • RAID or hardware Failure
  • Corrupt/ Deleted NTFS/ VHDs
  • VMDK corruption
  • Format of the VMFs volume
  • Accidental Data Deletion
  • Deleted/ Lost Files from All Microsoft virtual platforms and VMware Systems
  • Fire/ Water Damage

 We Work with the Following:

  • Microsoft VFD
  • Microsoft VHD
  • VMwareVMDK
  • VMware HYPERV
  • Vmware ESX Servers
  • VMware ESXi
  • VMware Fusion
  • Oracle VM VirtualBox
  • QEMU

What to When Your Virtual Machine Fails

Similar to SAN and NAS models, virtual machines have complex data storage structures. Because of this, when a data loss occurs on the virtual machine, it is very important to contact a professional data recovery company that specializes in VMware recovery and other virtualized systems immediately.

Stop using the host server data store as soon as you notice a problem with your VMFS. Continuing to use the machine could cause other virtual disks to overwrite original lost data. This complicates recovery. It is highly recommended you call a Virtual Machine Recovery expert to get help with your VMFS. Call DataTech Labs® to discuss what steps could be taken.