RAID Dedicated Servers, RAID1 Server Hosting

A Raid Server is a high-performance storage solution designed for data redundancy and fast access. By combining multiple hard drives into a single logical unit, it ensures data backup and rapid retrieval. Offering various Raid levels to suit different needs such as data backup, performance optimization, and fault tolerance, Raid Servers are widely used in enterprise servers, data centers, ensuring data security, stability, and reliability.

RAID Dedicated Server Plans and Pricing

Explore our range of RAID server plans and competitive pricing options tailored to your business needs.
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Express Dedicated Server - RAID

55.30/mo
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  • 32GB RAM
  • 4-Core E3-1230 @3.20 GHzreport
  • 2x480GB SSD RAID1 + 1TB SATA
  • 100Mbps-1Gbps Bandwidthreport
  • Windows License Included
  • 100Mbps Uplink Port
  • 1 Primary IP
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Basic Dedicated Server - RAID

74.5/mo
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  • 64GB RAM
  • 4-Core E5-1620v2 @3.70 GHzreport
  • 2x960GB SSD RAID1 + 2TB SATA
  • 100Mbps-1Gbps Bandwidthreport
  • Windows License Included
  • 100Mbps Uplink Port
  • 1 Primary IP

Professional Dedicated Server - RAID

225.00/mo
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  • 128GB RAM
  • 4-Core E5-1630v4 @3.70 GHzreport
  • 2x120GB SSD RAID1 + 2x960GB SSD/NVMe + 3TB SATA
  • 100Mbps-1Gbps Bandwidthreport
  • Windows License Included
  • 100Mbps Uplink Port
  • 1 Primary IP

Advanced Dedicated Server - RAID

299.00/mo
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  • 256GB RAM
  • 8-Core E5-2667v4 @3.20 GHzreport
  • 2x120GB SSD RAID1 + 4x960GB SSD/NVMe + 4TB SATA
  • 100Mbps-1Gbps Bandwidthreport
  • Windows License Included
  • 100Mbps Uplink Port
  • 1 Primary IP

Advantages of Raid Dedicated Server Hosting

Raid Servers offer enhanced data protection through redundancy and improved performance, ensuring reliable storage solutions for critical applications.
Data Redundancy

Data Redundancy

Raid dedicated servers employ redundant storage techniques, such as mirroring or striping, ensuring data integrity and availability even in the event of disk failure.
Enhanced Performance

Enhanced Performance

By distributing data across multiple disks and using parallel access techniques, Raid servers significantly improve read/write speeds, optimizing performance for critical applications.
Fault Tolerance

Fault Tolerance

Raid dedicated server hosting plans feature fault-tolerant mechanisms like hot-swappable drives and redundant arrays, minimizing downtime and data loss risks in case of hardware failures.
Scalability

Scalability

Raid dedicated servers provide scalable storage solutions, seamlessly adapting to changing needs with flexible configurations and seamless drive adjustments, ensuring efficiency and reliability.

Features of RAID Storage Server Hosting

RAID Server is a fully dedicated server hosting, providing maximum performance and security.
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1Gbps Network Connections
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The Last Xeon Processors
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Ultrafast RAID Storage
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Unmetered Bandwidth Available
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24x7 Free Tech Support
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USA IP with DDoS Protections
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Full Root/Admin Access
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Manage Server via IPMI Remotely
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99.9% Uptime Guarantee
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Low-Cost Price
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User-friendly Control Panel
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Automatic Deployment

Who Should Buy a RAID Dedicated Server?

RAID servers are suitable for a range of users and scenarios, including:
Enterprise Data Storage

Enterprise Data Storage

Large organizations often use RAID servers to store and manage vast amounts of critical data, including databases, applications, and user files. RAID servers provide the necessary redundancy and performance to support enterprise-level operations.
Media and Entertainment

Media and Entertainment

In the media and entertainment industry, RAID servers are used to store high-definition video files, audio recordings, and other multimedia content. RAID configurations help ensure uninterrupted access to media files and protect against data loss, which is crucial for content creators and broadcasters.
Small and Medium-sized Businesses (SMBs)

Small and Medium-sized Businesses (SMBs)

SMBs utilize RAID servers for centralized data storage, file sharing, and backup solutions. RAID configurations allow SMBs to protect their valuable data while accommodating their growing storage needs.
Cloud Storage Providers

Cloud Storage Providers

Cloud storage providers deploy RAID servers in their data centers to offer reliable and scalable storage services to their customers. RAID configurations enable cloud providers to maintain data integrity and availability across their distributed infrastructure.
High-Performance Computing (HPC)

High-Performance Computing (HPC)

HPC environments, such as scientific research institutions and engineering firms, rely on RAID servers to store and process large datasets for simulations, modeling, and data analysis. RAID configurations optimize data access and ensure data integrity in demanding computational workflows.
Surveillance Systems

Surveillance Systems

RAID servers are commonly used in surveillance systems for storing and managing video footage from security cameras. RAID configurations provide the necessary redundancy and performance to handle continuous recording and ensure data integrity in surveillance applications.

Additional Offerings from BareServer

BareServer offers a range of server options tailored to specific computing needs, including SSD for high performance, SATA for budget-friendly storage, and NVMe for advanced computing tasks.
SSD Server Plans
SSD Server
SSD Server is best for high-performance computing needs, providing lightning-fast data access and minimal latency, perfect for intensive workloads like database management and virtualization.

$ 45 /m

SATA Server Plans
SATA Server
The SATA server is optimal for budget-friendly storage solutions, providing ample capacity and dependable performance for general data storage and backup operations, ensuring reliability in various tasks.

$ 49 /m

NVMe Server Plans
NVMe Server
NVMe servers excel in high-performance computing, big data analytics, database hosting, virtualization, content delivery, and AI/ML workloads due to their superior speed and low latency.

$ 54 /m

FAQs of RAID Server Hosting

Find answers to the most frequently asked questions about Raid server hosting.

What are the benefits of using RAID Servers for data storage?

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Using RAID servers for data storage offers several benefits, including improved data reliability and fault tolerance through redundancy, enhanced data availability and uptime, increased storage performance, and flexible scalability to accommodate growing storage needs. RAID technology helps protect against data loss and minimize downtime, making RAID servers a reliable and efficient solution for critical data storage requirements.

What factors should I consider when choosing a RAID level for my server?

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When choosing a RAID level for your server, consider factors such as desired level of data redundancy and fault tolerance, performance requirements, storage capacity utilization, cost-effectiveness, and compatibility with your server hardware and applications. Each RAID level offers different trade-offs in terms of data protection, performance, and storage efficiency, so it's essential to evaluate your specific needs and priorities to select the most suitable RAID configuration for your server.

What kind of applications or workloads are best suited for RAID Servers?

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RAID servers are best suited for applications and workloads that demand reliable data storage, fault tolerance, and high availability. These include database servers, file servers, email servers, web servers, virtualization hosts, backup servers, video streaming servers, content management systems, online transaction processing systems, and data analytics platforms. RAID configurations ensure data integrity, minimize downtime, and enhance performance for a wide range of business-critical applications and services.

What is the difference between Raid Servers and NVME servers?

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The main difference lies in storage technology: RAID servers employ traditional hard drives or SSDs configured in RAID arrays for data redundancy and performance, while NVMe servers utilize NVMe SSDs, offering significantly faster data transfer speeds and lower latency for applications demanding high-speed storage performance.

Do your VPS servers have RAID?

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No, VPS hosting does not include RAID by default. If you require RAID, we recommend upgrading to a RAID dedicated server.

What's the difference between a shared and dedicated firewall?

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A shared firewall is used by 2-7 users who share a single Cisco ASA 5520 firewall, including shared bandwidth. It does not have superuser privileges, and advanced configurations may require contacting our support staff. In contrast, a dedicated firewall allocates one user to a Cisco ASA 5520/5525 firewall, providing superuser access for independent and personalized configurations, such as firewall rules and VPN settings.

Do you provide RAID1 servers?

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Yes, we provide RAID1 servers.