Storage Dedicated Server

Reliable dedicated storage servers for backups, archives, images, datasets, isolated databases and shared network disks for clusters. The best cost-effective option to keep your data safe and secure.

  • Enterprise-Grade Disk Drives
  • Up to 10GBps uplink
  • Up to 192TB for single server
  • Free Private VLAN 1/10Gb
  • Hardware RAID (0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 50, 60, HBA mode)
  • Free incoming traffic, 50 Tb of outgoing traffic included
  • File and Data Storage, Backup and Recovery, Data Archiving.
  • All major operating systems - Windows/Linux/Proxmox / TrueNAS, etc.
  • File Sharing, Database Hosting, Big Data Processing
  • Full compatibility with Veeam and other backup systems.

Frequently Asked Questions

A storage server is a type of server designed to store, manage, and facilitate access to data. It acts as a central repository for information that can be accessed by clients over a network.

The primary function of a storage server is to store data in a centralized location, making it easily accessible to users on the network. It helps in data backup, file sharing, and provides a secure way to protect critical information.

Yes, servers can definitely be used for storage. In fact, many businesses use dedicated storage servers to safely and efficiently manage their data. They provide high-capacity storage, data protection, and enable file sharing across a network.

Network Attached Storage (NAS) is a dedicated device with its own IP address that acts as a personal cloud for users on the network. A storage server, on the other hand, is a more powerful, versatile solution that can handle more complex tasks and manage larger volumes of data. While both are designed to store data, a storage server offers more advanced features and capabilities than a NAS.

Servers can be either SSD (Solid State Drives) or HDD (Hard Disk Drives). SSDs are generally faster and more reliable but more expensive than HDDs. HDDs, on the other hand, are more cost-effective and offer larger storage capacity.

The "best" type of storage depends on your specific needs. SSDs offer superior speed and durability, making them ideal for tasks that require fast data access or environments with high levels of vibration. HDDs, however, offer larger storage capacities at lower prices, making them suitable for storing large volumes of data where speed is less critical.

In general, SSDs (Solid State Drives) are faster than HDDs (Hard Disk Drives). SSDs use flash memory to store data, which allows for quicker data access and transfer rates compared to HDDs that use mechanical, rotating disks to read and write data. Regenerate response.

1. Storage servers play a crucial role in various computing tasks and applications. Here are some of the primary tasks for which storage servers are used:

2. File and Data Storage: Storage servers act as centralized repositories for storing a vast amount of data, making them accessible from any point in the network.

3. Backup and Recovery: These servers are often used for backing up data from different devices and systems. In the event of data loss, the backed-up data can be easily recovered from the storage server.

4. Data Archiving: Storage servers are used to archive old or infrequently accessed data. This data is moved to the storage server to free up space on the primary storage system.

5. File Sharing: They facilitate file sharing between users on a network. Users can access, modify, and collaborate on files stored on the server.

6. Database Hosting: Storage servers are often used to host large databases, allowing for quick, efficient data access and manipulation.

7. Big Data Processing: In environments where large amounts of data are processed (such as in big data analytics), storage servers are essential for storing and managing the data.

8. Media Streaming: Storage servers can be used to store and stream media content, such as videos, music, and images, to multiple users simultaneously.

9. Virtualization: In a virtualized environment, storage servers provide the necessary storage space for virtual machines.

10. Disaster Recovery: In a disaster recovery plan, storage servers can mirror the organization's data, providing a fail-safe in case of catastrophic data loss.


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