Synology DiskStation Manager 6.0
DSM 6.0 is an intelligently engineered and reliable data storage platform that comes with a completely private collaboration suite.
DiskStation Manager 6.0
DSM 6.0 is an intelligently engineered and reliable data storage platform that comes with a completely private collaboration suite. Exciting virtualization technologies are designed to benefit the next generation of businesses. Get these and much, much more with DSM 6.0.
Mail Service in Private Cloud
Up your productivity with secure, private email
The all-new MailPlus and MailPlus Server packages allow your business to set up a secure, reliable, and private mail server while giving your employees a modern mail client for receiving and sending messages. Best of all, MailPlus and MailPlus Server run on your Synology NAS, so there's no need to rely on third-party services. Keep absolute control over your data privacy.
Your Own Collaboration Tools Organize, collaborate, and present
Whether you're calculating prices for a customer or keeping track of household expenses, having a spreadsheet makes it much easier to collect and organize data. With the new SpreadSheet package, you can create, edit, and collaborate on spreadsheets with other people. In addition, Note Station lets you and your team accomplish even more tasks with new features, such as charts, presentation view, mail clipper, and much more. Save your documents in Synology NAS servers － collaboration is easier and safer than ever!
Btrfs File System Ensuring data integrity and protection
When dealing with large-scale data storage, businesses require a solution that offers reliable backup and prevents file corruption. The next-generation file system Btrfs is available on select Synology NAS models, allowing enterprises and large-scale organizations to ensure a high level of data integrity, while taking advantage of flexible, efficient data protection and recovery tools.
With a small upfront investment, businesses can benefit from a significant performance enhancement. With the SSD cache write mode, data is first written on the SSD then flushed back to hard drives afterward. A single SSD cache mounted volume can consist of up to 12 SSDs, so you can simply accelerate read and write speeds by adding additional SSD cache on heavy application servers that require high random IOPS.
A dedicated interface provides essential information for the administrator. Evaluate how much space you need for hot and cold data, monitor your SSD health, and add new disks to the cache, and so on.
Data Protection Replication, backup, and recovery for data availability
Enterprises need an efficient data protection strategy to eliminate the risk of data loss. With the introduction of Snapshot Replication, DSM 6.0 provides businesses with near-continuous data protection, as well as multi-site replication for more comprehensive protection. In addition, the Synology Hyper Backup package can now perform multi-version backups to all types of destination.
The ultimate disaster recovery solution for your business
Snapshot Replication1 provides schedulable, near-instantaneous data protection, ensuring business documents in shared folders, virtual machines in iSCSI LUNs, or Docker DSM data remain safe and available in the event of disaster.
Bulletproof backup with diverse cloud integration
Cloud storage is playing an essential role in many home and business backup strategies, allowing users to strengthen disaster resiliency and reduce hardware footprint.
How to choose between Snapshot Replication, Cloud Station, and Hyper Backup?
Synology Hybrid RAID (SHR) Efficiency at its maximum
Multiple hard drives can be combined into a RAID setup, on which volumes or LUNs can be created. Some RAID levels include data redundancy features, making sure data does not disappear when a hard drive fails. However, traditional RAID levels lack of flexibility and can be hard to manage. Designed by Synology, Synology Hybrid RAID (SHR) allows users to precisely select their level of protection while minimizing wasted space produced by traditional RAID levels.
Synology High Availability Maximize uptime, minimize cost
How does it work?
SHA combines two Synology NAS servers into one high-availability cluster (or HA cluster). One server assumes the role of active server, while the other becomes a standby passive server. The active server handles all data requests and services, while everything is continuously replicated to the passive server. This provides a complete hardware and data redundancy solution in case of unforeseen accidents. Watch the video to learn more about SHA.
Real-time protection, zero data loss
Critical data require a well-rounded backup and recovery strategy. With its data mirroring mechanisms, SHA makes sure every bit of data is safely stored on another physical unit. This process is achieved in real-time, so in the event of hardware failure, all data remains intact and available soon after.
Don't sweat it with automatic failover
The two servers communicate via a Heartbeat connection. If the active server malfunctions or its power supply fails, the passive server automatically kicks in and takes over all services without human intervention. That means your employees or customers can continue accessing files or services, without knowing anything went wrong.
SHA runs on a wide range of Synology NAS servers, so your business can find the best option for your environment and budget. Already chosen by banks, hospitals, universities and governments, SHA does not compromise between cost and reliability.
Want to know more?
SHA includes many advanced tools and features. See the links below to learn more and get started.
SHA White Paper
Get the technical details regarding SHA and see our suggested best practices.
Get started with SHA
Do you already have two servers with SHA? See this step-by-step tutorial.