Dedicated Database & Storage Server Hosting
- Redundant System Drives
- Hardware RAID Controllers
- Dual Power Supplies
- Redundant Cooling Fans
- Remote Reboot
- Console & KVM Over IP Access Options
- cPanel AddOn Avilable
- Root Level Access (excluding managed servers)
- 24x7x365 Technical Support
- Bandwidth Graph
These high disk density servers can be configured as either Database Servers utilizing RAID 10 SSD drives for low latency seek times and high I/O speeds or as Storage Servers utilizing low cost SAS3 drives to maximize storage capacity while maintaining high levels of preformance and availability of your data; add to either of these server platforms a choice of multiple RAID options and you have servers designed to meet your Business Critical database and storage needs. All SVWH Dedicated DB and Storage Server offerings have 64-bit multi-core processors and can support up to 2TB of RAM.
Dedicated Storage Servers provide a dedicated back-up solution for web infrastructure environments that typically include web, application, and database servers. Many companies choose to have a dedicated storage server solution to maximize capacity, improve manageability, and enhance security.
If a dedicated high capacity storage server is unnecessary or is beyond your budget Silicon Valley Web Hosting also offers managed back-up services in the form of private partitions on our shared Network Attached Storage servers. These servers are redundant RAID array servers connected to our private network within our data center, and are not publicly accessible via the Internet. As part of our managed backup data storage solution, you can purchase from 10 GB to 1 TB or more of network storage for backups and data storage external to your dedicated servers. To learn more about SVWH Managed Back-up Services click here.
Dedicated Database Servers are computer systems that provide database services to other computers. A typical scenario is for web and/or applications servers to access a database server or servers over a private network.
Database servers typically allow concurrent access by end users or applications to improve performance, they maintain the integrity of the data, and handle transaction support and user authorization. The database server manages the processor-intensive work such as data manipulation, compilation, and optimization, and sends only the final results back to the web and/or application server.
For higher levels of redundancy or availability multiple database servers can be clustered or federated letting you spread the processing load across a group of servers by horizontally partitioning the data .