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As a business owner, you have many features to consider when choosing the right server for your critical online applications. One of the features you have to consider when choosing the right server for your business is whether to enable RAID on your Server, we do provide Hardware RAID 1 with our all servers.
RAID 1 writes and reads identical data to pairs of drives. This process is often called data mirroring and it’s primary function is to provide redundancy. If any of the disks in the array fails, the server can still access data from the remaining disk(s). Once you replace the faulty disk with a new one, the data is copied to it from the functioning disk(s) to rebuild the array. RAID 1 is the easiest way to create failover storage.
Every 3 years, 20 to 30 percent of all small businesses experience unexpected downtime. This downtime often causes major damage, resulting in permanent closures for 25 percent of businesses who have a significant incident. Businesses, especially those without huge IT teams and millions of dollars in revenue, can’t afford to experience unexpected downtime. Not only does it cost them time but also money as they try to sort through the issues.
You can never be completely certain of when an outage will occur. You may be at work or it could be 3 am. Server monitoring alerts make it possible to always be in touch with your servers. Connect your email to your smartphone and receive automatic alerts for every problem, no matter where you are.
TCP/IP ping alerts
Server load status
Server RAM usage
Server Disk space usage
Web service status
Database service status
FTP service status
E-mail service status
FREAK vulnerability tester
E-mail Queue Status
Apache 404 error
Check open ports
Check SSH failed login
KTCHost provides a Dedicated account manager, who is responsible to manage the migration proces for new clients to migrate the hosting accounts from old server to new server with us, therefore with KTCHost purchasing and migrating new Dedicated server is very easy.
We do provide Let’s Encrypt license with our cPanel control panel license, With Let’s Encrypt there are no complicated configurations, no validation emails and you can have multiple certificates installed on your hosting accounts, for each domain and subdomain you choose. The certificates are domain-validated and don’t require a dedicated IP, for more information contact our support tech.
CloudFlare global Anycast network routes customers to nearest Datacenter, resulting in your website loading faster and your users receive best performance. By default CloudFlare is not installed on server, if you want to enable the CloudFlare on your server, then contact our support team to enable it for your server.
All our data centers area unit engineered upon the N+1 principle that means there's no single purpose of failure. We tend to area unit thus assured in our infrastructure that we tend to area unit happy to supply a full 100 percent network time period guarantee on all servers and backed by our comprehensive SLA.
RAID, or Redundant Array of Independent Disks, is a method for storing data on multiple hard disks, then linking the disks so that the operating system on your server views them as a single entity. At KTCHost, we offer RAID for both SATA and SCSI hard drives in 5 different configurations with our Dedicated Servers:
RAID-0:This type of RAID uses a method of data storage known as striping. The technology divides the data into pieces, and places each piece on a different drive. For instance, data piece A may be stored on Drive 1, while data piece B goes to Drive 2, C is on Drive 3, and so on. Because the data is divided, RAID-0 offers the top level of performance for disk IO. It is usually used for multimedia applications such as video editing and for situations where data loss is not as much a concern as is speed.
RAID-0 does not actually provide redundancy and therefore all data is lost if one of the drives fails. We strongly recommend that daily backups are performed if you choose this RAID level.
RAID-1:This type of RAID uses a method of data storage known as mirroring. This refers to the fact that every piece of data is written to at least two disks. As a result, RAID-1 offers a high degree of data security, but has a slight performance decrease because it requires capturing all data on two disks.
RAID-5:This type of RAID is the most widely used because it offers a useful combination of protection and speed. It works by making enough of the data redundant so that even if a drive fails, it's still possible to recreate and retrieve the information. Offering the best performance with data protection, this solution is ideal for high performance databases and sites that require high disk throughput.
RAID-6:RAID 6 is like RAID 5, but the parity data are written to two drives. That means it requires at least 4 drives and can withstand 2 drives dying simultaneously. The chances that two drives break down at exactly the same moment are of course very small. However, if a drive in a RAID 5 systems dies and is replaced by a new drive, it takes hours to rebuild the swapped drive. If another drive dies during that time, you still lose all of your data. With RAID 6, the RAID array will even survive that second failure.
RAID-10:RAID 10 is the combination of RAID 0 and RAID 1. It applies parity check to realize striping set of mirror. So it inherits speediness of RAID 0 and security of RAID 1. It is known that RAID is a redundancy backup array and RAID 0 is an array responsible for data read and write.Higher reading and writing efficiency of RAID 0 and higher data protection and recovery ability of RAID1 make RAID 10 a level with higher cost performance.