Before you buy · NAS server

Synology 2019 Buying Guide Part 1: The models | J, Value and Plus Series

Are you looking for a Synology NAS but you find all the models confusing? How big should your disks be? RAID or not RAID? Many questions, many decisions before you know what you need to buy. I am in the process of buying my third synology, so I decided to document the process, so you… Continue reading Synology 2019 Buying Guide Part 1: The models | J, Value and Plus Series

Backup plan · NAS server

How to configure Snapshot Replication on your Synology

If you have two synology NASes  there are a lot of ways for you to backup your data. You can backup your data using: File station : Drag and drop files between NASes Cloud Station ShareSync: One/Two way sync for files and folders that change frequently in real time (hot storage). Shared Folder Sync: One way sync for… Continue reading How to configure Snapshot Replication on your Synology

Backup plan · NAS server

Cloud ShareSync: Backup/ Replicate data between Synology NAS servers (Part2)

If you have two synology NASes  there are a lot of ways for you to backup your data. You can backup your data using: File station : Drag and drop files between NASes Cloud Station ShareSync (this post): One/Two way sync for files and folders that change frequently in real time (hot storage). Shared Folder Sync: One way… Continue reading Cloud ShareSync: Backup/ Replicate data between Synology NAS servers (Part2)

Backup plan · NAS server

Different Backup/Replication setups between two Synology NAS servers

If you have two synology NASes  there are a lot of ways for you to backup your data. You can backup your data using: File station(this post) : Drag and drop files between NASes Cloud Station ShareSync: One/Two way sync for files and folders that change frequently in real time (hot storage). Shared Folder Sync: One way sync… Continue reading Different Backup/Replication setups between two Synology NAS servers

Backup plan · NAS server

Back up your synology on Microsoft Azure

I will show you here how to backup your Synology in Azure. The first thing you need to do is to create a storage account in Azure. Login in Azure and click on “New” in the Azure portal: Search by “storage”: and select “Storage account” Select “Resource Manager” to create a new resource for the… Continue reading Back up your synology on Microsoft Azure