Maximised space to store and back up your data
Servers with more disk space for storing high volumes of data, archiving, or performing backups. Choose servers based on the most efficient and durable disks. Our Storage range consists of servers with a variety of storage capacity options and write speeds, to cover all uses.
Choose dedicated, guaranteed resources to optimise availability for your data.
The advantages of a Storage server
Huge storage capacity
Optimised disk space of up to 504TB offers you the best price-storage ratio. SATA, SSD and NVMe disks are available for FS MAX servers. You can add up to 36 disks to your server’s configuration.
Hot-swapping is the action of replacing a defective drive, or one that needs to be removed from the server, without needing to power the server down. As a result, no service interruptions are caused. This is essential in a high-availability architecture. Available on our FS-48T, FS-72T and FS-MAX servers.
Along with its high storage capacity, the Storage range uses the OVHcloud private network (vRack) by default. With vRack, you can connect your OVHcloud products (dedicated servers, VPS, Public Cloud Instances) in a secure network, regardless of which OVHcloud datacentres they are hosted in.
IPv4 and IPv6 addresses
Each server has a public IPv4 address and an IPv6 address range. As an option, you can rent additional IPv4 addresses for your dedicated server (up to 256 per machine).
500 GB of storage space
Each dedicated server has a storage space of 500 GB available, dedicated to backups. This space, completely independent of the server, allows you to store your data and configuration files. The storage capacity can be increased, if needed.
To guarantee maximum security for your infrastructures, an anti-DDoS system is included with all of your OVH dedicated servers. It ensures the continuity of service of your applications in case of attack.
A range of operating systems are available to install automatically via the OVHcloud Control Panel. This includes various operating systems (Windows Server, Debian, Ubuntu or CentOS), Plesk and cPanel web management interfaces, and also Microsoft SQL Server for databases. Virtualisation solutions, like VMware, CoreOS and Windows Hyper-V, are also available.
Assistance and support
By renting servers from OVHcloud, you get technical support via telephone and email. You can also chat to our advisors, who are ready to help. We also offer a range of guides and an online help centre to assist you in installing and managing your services.
The servers in this range are designed to store critical data, and work perfectly as backup spaces. Create secure backups of your operating systems, or other files.
For activities involving the provision of files (images, videos, etc.). Our servers have 1Gbps guaranteed bandwidth. The most suitable for streaming or file sharing.
Our Storage servers can host up to 504TB of data. You can use your server to host databases, or serve as an SQL backup.
Your questions answered
📝 When can I order the options offered?
The options are available at the server configuration step. You can also order and enable options directly via the OVHcloud Control Panel, after your service has been delivered.
🦾 What are the advantages of the vRack private network?
The vRack is a physical private network that is isolated from the internet. This means you can create your own cluster, or connect your server to an existing infrastructure. And you can do all of this at no extra cost.
Through the vRack private network, you can secure the exchanges between your web server and your database. To do this, you must disable the public IP address of the dedicated server you want to protect.
This involves creating a copy of the data you want to save in a place other than the one where it is stored. Sometimes data is stored in an independent folder, but located on the same disk. The backup must be taken on a space independent of the original storage area for this data. This way, it will be protected from any incidents that may lead to loss or corruption.
Based on a full backup of the data, a differential backup creates a backup containing the information that was created or modified after the full backup. Each differential backup compiles the changes built into the previous version, while adding the new ones. This uses more storage space than an incremental backup, but requires less processing time if the archived files need to be completely restored.
Incremental backups are very useful if you want to save space, and start at D+1 of a full backup of the data (i.e. day D). During each backup, the data that has undergone changes, as well as the new data, is incremented with respect to day D-1. However, a full backup will require a longer recovery time compared to the differential backup, as each backup that has been incremented must be copied to a disk.