Which RAID level should I choose and how much will it cost?

RAID (redundant array of independent disks) protects against hard disk failure and as the name describes, is a redundancy method.

RAID spreads your data across several hard drives so it can be reconstructed even if one of the drives fails. RAID should be used alongside a separate backup system.

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