Data recovery from non-redundant complex storages
Complex data storage systems not employing redundancy method include RAID level 0 and JBOD. In RAID0 data is evenly distributed across all the components to increase the operation speed of the data storage system and expand storage capacity. JBOD is applied where it's necessary to combine several data storage systems into one sequential system. This is a simple solution to create a storage of a larger capacity from several components. Both RAID0 and JBOD don't implement data storage redundancy thus lessening chances for complete data recovery even if only one system component fails.
When recovering data from these systems you should bear in mind that the data are distributed across system components and recovery of lost data from a separate component is impossible. In case if any component fails you should take it to a specialized service center for physical repair. In the event of logical corruption of file system or failure of controller lost data can be recovered with data recovery software. SysDev Laboratories advises UFS Explorer RAID Recovery as a comprehensive solution for reconstruction of failed RAID systems and recovery of lost data from complex storage systems. The software allows the users to virtually assemble RAID-array and ensures proper access to data for further recovery.