A trusted VMware® partner

We partner with VMware to increase success on all VMware data recovery projects. Do you have the latest version of VMware and need data recovery? Our engineering team works closely with VMware in order to create successful tools for all VMware data recoveries.

Data recovery for all virtualization

Ontrack Data Recovery are the experts in data recovery and can perform successful data recoveries from nearly any virtual machine, server or system; including:

Virtual infrastructure: VMware®, Microsoft® Hyper-V®, Citrix® and Linux® XEN®, Oracle® VM

Virtual file systems: VMFS, NTFS, FAT, EXT3, HFS, etc.

For a complete list of recoverable systems and file types, contact us at +9714275 7433.

The most common data loss situations in virtual systems

  • Re-formatted VMware 'Datastore'
  • Corrupted virtual disk files (VMDK)
  • Corrupt VMFS Datastore volumes
  • Deleted virtual disk files (VMDK)
  • Corrupted file systems
  • Traditional RAID and hardware failures

Tips for common scenarios for VMware data recovery

Microsoft Hyper-V Data Recovery

Hyper-V enables easy creation and configuration of VMs in order to set up an environment that is fully suited to your virtualization needs.
Microsoft Hyper-V, like all other virtualization environments, can be subject to data loss.
The most common causes are:

  • Human error
  • NTFS corruption
  • Corrupted or deleted files in VHD
  • Hardware or RAID systems’ breakdown or malfunction

Ontrack supports the following Microsoft virtualization platforms:

  • Microsoft Hyper-V
  • Microsoft Virtual Server
  • Microsoft Virtual PC

Frequent data loss scenarios in Microsoft Hyper-V

The R&D Team at Ontrack has created a dedicated toolkit for Hyper-V data recovery, enabling our engineers to recover data even in the most complex environments.
We can assist you with all data loss scenarios, such as:

  • Corrupted NTFS volumes
  • Corrupted VHD
  • Deleted VHD
  • Deleted VMs
  • Hardware or RAID systems breakdown or malfunction
  • Accidental data erasure
  • Corrupted or deleted snapshots