Data Recovery in VMware

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We can recover data on virtual machines lost for any reason

VMware is an American company founded in 1998 that has become a leading developer of system virtualisation solutions. Virtualisation allows multiple operating systems to run on a single physical host, providing a number of benefits including better resource utilisation, flexibility and high availability.

VMware is known for its desktop virtualization products such as VMware Workstation and VMware Fusion, as well as its enterprise solutions such as VMware vSphere and VMware NSX. These products enable enterprises to deploy private cloud environments, optimize resources and improve the security of their systems.

However, virtualisation also presents some challenges, including data loss. Data loss in a virtual machine can occur due to hardware failures, human error or even software crashes. In addition, virtual machines can be vulnerable to cyber attacks such as ransomware, which can result in loss of sensitive data.

To minimise the risk of data loss in VMware virtual machines, it is important to follow good data management practices, such as performing regular backups and periodically checking the integrity of stored data. In addition, it is important to implement security measures, such as user authentication and data encryption, to protect data from unauthorised access.

But even with all these precautions, data loss can occur, and if that happens Digital Recovery can help you recover VMware.

Why Digital Recovery?

Digital Recovery specializes in data recovery in virtual machines, all major models on the market, our solutions allow us to recover even virtual machines encrypted by ransomware.

With over two decades of experience we have developed the necessary know-how to act in the most complex cases of data loss in VMware.

All our solutions were developed based on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), to offer total security to our customers, besides providing a confidentiality agreement (NDA). All information about the recovery process is confidential.

For cases of extreme urgency, we have developed emergency recovery mode, in which case our labs operate with 24×7 availability. And to further accelerate the process, our solutions can be applied remotely, from anywhere in the world.

Contact our experts and request an initial diagnosis now and recover your VMware data.

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What is the data recovery process like in a VMware virtual machine?

The process of data recovery on a VMware virtual machine begins with advanced diagnostics through which we can size up the data loss and lay out a plan of action to recover the files.

With the course of action established and full understanding about the extent of the data loss, we start to locate and rebuild VMware bit by bit.

After this, the client will have the recovered data integrity verified, with monitoring by one of our experts.

Is it possible to recover data from a VMware virtual machine that is no longer starting?

Yes, it is possible to recover data from a VMware virtual machine that is no longer booting. We can create a bit-by-bit image of the virtual machine and then recover it, even if the virtual machine is not starting.

What is the average time to recover data from a VMware virtual machine?

The average time to recover data from a VMware virtual machine varies depending on the amount of data to be recovered and the complexity of the problem that resulted in the data loss.

After initial diagnosis we can measure how long it will take to recover VMware.

How does Digital Recovery ensure the security and confidentiality of the recovered data?

Digital Recovery ensures the security and confidentiality of recovered data through strict data security practices, such as the use of strong passwords, data encryption, and restricted access control to recovered data. In addition, we provide a confidentiality agreement (NDA) to ensure the privacy of recovered data.

Is it possible to recover data from a VMware virtual machine that has been encrypted by ransomware?

Yes, but only a few companies in the world have this capability, Digital Recovery is among them. With unique, proprietary technologies like Tracer, we can recover VMware that has been attacked by ransomware, no matter which ransomware group did the attack, we are ready to decrypt your data.

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What you need to know

We have a thorough knowledge of the main virtual machines on the market, as well as exclusive technologies that enable us to recover data regardless of the reason for the data loss.

Our technologies allow us to recover data from the following virtual machines

  • Microsoft Hyper-V
  • Oracle VirtualBox
  • VMware
  • Citrix
  • Acropolis
  • Microsoft Virtual PC
  • QEMU

It is not possible to establish a price without first diagnosing the affected virtual machine, we can make an in-depth diagnosis in the first 24 hours, after that we provide the budget.

It is worth remembering that payment is only made after the recovery process has been completed and after the verification of the recovered files made by the customer himself.