Backup

RAID 1

RAID 1: understanding the hard disk compound

Hardly a storage concept embodies the RAID principle (Redundant Arrays of Independent Disks) as well as RAID 1 in which two or more hard disks are linked to save copies of data for access in case of system failure. Find out more about RAID 1 and why mirroring makes this network so special.

RAID 0

RAID 0: what’s behind the RAID level?

A Redundant Array of Independent Disks, or RAID for short, is a combination of several hard disks to form a single logical drive. Systems like these typically follows a redundant storage concept for higher security. The standard RAID 0 is an exception because it only seeks to optimize the data throughput by coupling several hard drives.

RAID

What is RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks)?

When the RAID concept was first introduced in the late 1980s, it was primarily intended as an alternative to high cost hard drives on mainframes. While the issue of cost has shifted somewhat into the background, RAID storage systems are still in demand because of their high reliability in a server environment. What’s behind the technology and what are the various RAID levels?

Setting up server backups with rsync

Server Backups with rsync

Server backups are the best way to save vital data from your online projects and avoid losing data. A sophisticated backup strategy including all terminal devices is essential, especially in server environments. To do so, you need reliable backup programs. In addition to software solutions and online services, which are often very expensive, free applications like rsync offer an alternative.

Robocopy backups

Robocopy: A robust Windows tool for secure backups

Robocopy is the most robust copy program in Windows 10, as it’s not affected by errors or other problems. Its high versatility is one reason for its popularity. Pretty much any backup project can be executed with the numerous options available in Robocopy. In addition to local backups, the command line tool also supports network and cloud backups.

Creating backups with MySQLDumper

MySQLDumper: from installation to backup

“Data is the new oil!”. So when it comes to online businesses, loss of data means loss of capital. Important and sensitive data should be backed up at regular intervals. Thanks to free programs such as MySQLDumper you can create MySQL database backups in minutes! Once installed, you can use the software to automatize and administer backups.

Data reduction through deduplication and compression

Deduplication vs. compression: two concepts in data reduction

With the mass of data constantly increasing, ever more efficient storage techniques are required to reduce storage requirements with as few losses as possible. For this purpose, there are two compression techniques that are currently in use. While data compression identifies and eliminates redundant information within a file, deduplication is a cross-file method that is particularly suited to...

Image tools in comparison

Image tools: A comparison of the best programs

Double is better, especially when it comes to data backups. Backups shouldn’t only contain important files like documents, tables, presentations, or videos. Generate a comprehensive storage image of your entire system with the help of image-based backup tools and completely restore it including configurations in the event of total failure. Find what makes a good image tool and which functions you...

Windows 8: creating backups

How to back up Windows 8 computers: tutorial

A broken PC can be hugely frustrating for many reasons. In some situations, you may even need to replace the hardware, risking the loss of your vacation photos, documents, or important data. Creating a backup of your files can help prevent this situation. Windows 8 ships with its own tools for this purpose. We’ll provide a detailed overview of how Windows 8 backups work.

Tar backup: How to create an archive with Linux

Create a tar backup: How the archiving works

Regular backups are one of the most important factors of IT security. With Linux systems – which are often the backbone of a webserver – you can very efficiently create backup copies with the program tar. What can the archiving program do? We explain to you how tar functions and what its special features are. So that you’re able to create regular backups with tar in the future, we explain step by...


Wait! We’ve got something for you!
Have a look at our great prices for different domain extensions.


Enter the web address of your choice in the search bar to check its availability.
.org
$1/1st year
then $20/year
.com
$1/1st year
then $15/year
.info
$1/1st year
then $20/year
.me
$1/1st year
then $20/year