RAID Web Storage
RAID is an abbreviation for Redundant Array of Independent Disks. RAID 5 is the most common secure RAID level. Data is transferred to disks by independent read and write operations. Instead of a dedicated parity disk, parity information is spread across all the drives. A RAID 5 array can withstand a single disk failure without losing data or access to data. RAID 5 is a good all-round system that combines efficient storage with excellent security and decent performance.