Summary: Synology will be showcasing its latest data protection and disaster recovery solutions, including the Active Backup Suite, UC3400, SA3400D, and DSM 7.2, at VMware Explore 2023 in Las Vegas, NV from August 21 to August 24.
- Active Backup Suite safeguards over 1.7 million edge systems and 11 million Microsoft 365 accounts
- UC3400 provides organizations with a zero-downtime solution for critical systems and services
- SA3400D supports hybrid storage arrays and provides minute-level failover times
One of the highlights of Synology’s presentation will be the Active Backup Suite, a collection of enterprise backup and recovery software available on the company’s business-level servers. This suite features centralized management and flexible recovery options, eliminating the need for per-device licenses and reducing the total cost of acquisition for customers. In fact, the Active Backup Suite has already safeguarded over 1.7 million edge systems and 11 million Microsoft 365 accounts. The number of newly protected edge systems increased by 60% in 2022, while newly backed up Microsoft 365 accounts rose by 51% during the same period.
To delve deeper into complete backup and recovery strategies with the Active Backup Suite, attendees can join Synology’s presentation titled “Building a Complete Disaster Recovery Strategy with On-Prem and Cloud Backup”.
In addition to the Active Backup Suite, Synology will also be showcasing its new solutions at the event. The UC3400 is an active-active dual-controller IP SAN designed specifically for virtualization. With high-availability block Storage over iSCSI and Fibre Channel, the UC3400 provides organizations with a zero-downtime solution for critical systems and services. On the other hand, the SA3400D is a versatile high-availability solution suitable for organizations of all sizes. Its active-passive architecture ensures minute-level failover times to minimize service downtime. The SA3400D also supports hybrid storage arrays, allowing it to leverage the speed of SSDs alongside the efficiency of HDDs.
Furthermore, Synology will be introducing enhancements with its DiskStation Manager (DSM) 7.2. These enhancements address various IT challenges and include features such as immutable storage and backup, full-volume encryption, performance improvements, stricter access controls, and storage planning capabilities.
About Synology: Synology is a Taiwanese pioneering technology company for its innovative network-attached storage (NAS), Storage, IP surveillance solutions, and robust network equipment. With a steadfast commitment to delivering secure, reliable, and user-friendly solutions, Synology empowers individuals and businesses alike to effortlessly manage, safeguard, and share their data in a connected world. Synology's comprehensive range of products caters to various needs, from personal storage to enterprise-level data management, setting new standards for data accessibility, security, and collaboration.Synology Website: https://www.synology.com/
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iSCSI: iSCSI, or Internet Small Computer System Interface, is a protocol that facilitates the transport of block-level storage data over a TCP/IP network. It enables storage devices, often referred to as targets, to be accessed remotely by servers or clients, known as initiators. iSCSI offers a cost-effective alternative to traditional Fibre Channel, allowing organizations to leverage existing Ethernet infrastructure for storage communication. By encapsulating SCSI commands within IP packets, iSCSI enables efficient and reliable storage communication across local or wide-area networks. This technology finds applications in data centers, storage virtualization, and remote backups, offering a flexible and scalable solution for managing storage resources.
NAS: Network Attached Storage (NAS) is a specialized storage device or server that provides centralized data storage and access over a network, usually using Ethernet connections. NAS systems are designed to offer a convenient and efficient way to store and share files among multiple users or devices within a home or office environment. Unlike traditional storage solutions, NAS devices operate independently and have their own operating systems and management interfaces. They are characterized by easy setup and configuration, making them accessible even to users with limited technical expertise. NAS devices can offer various features, including data redundancy through RAID configurations, remote access over the internet, automatic backup, media streaming, and even application hosting in some advanced models. As a versatile and user-friendly storage solution, NAS has become a popular choice for both personal and small business use.
SAN: A Storage Area Network (SAN) is a high-speed and specialized network architecture designed to facilitate the connection of storage devices, such as disk arrays and tape libraries, to servers. Unlike traditional network-attached storage (NAS), which is file-based, SAN operates at the block level, enabling direct access to storage resources. SANs are known for their performance, scalability, and flexibility, making them ideal for data-intensive applications, large enterprises, and environments requiring high availability. SANs typically employ Fibre Channel or iSCSI protocols to establish dedicated and fast communication paths between servers and storage devices. With features like centralized management, efficient data replication, and snapshot capabilities, SANs offer advanced data storage, protection, and management options. Overall, SAN technology has revolutionized data storage and management, enabling organizations to efficiently handle complex storage requirements and ensure reliable data access.
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