Cloud Sync

Cloud Sync integrates the advantages of public cloud and private cloud, enabling you to effortlessly connect your Synology NAS to public cloud services, such as Amazon Drive, BackBlaze B2, Dropbox, Google Cloud Storage, Microsoft Azure, OpenStack Swift, and more.

Seamless synchronization between private and public clouds

Cloud Sync enables you to seamlessly connect your local Synology NAS to public cloud services or on-premise storage through Amazon S3 API, OpenStack Swift, or WebDAV protocols. With Cloud Sync, you can enhance the collaboration when accessing between your local NAS and other remote cloud services, and can efficiently and easily back up data from or to public clouds.

Flexibility

Customize a synchronization strategy for each task.

Sync direction

Select one-way or two-way synchronization to flexibly backup or sync your data between your NAS and other cloud services.

Encryption and compression

Securely store and transfer your data with encryption, and reduce traffic and storage consumption with compression.

Concurrent processing

Customize the suitable number of concurrent file uploads and downloads to maximize system usage.

Selective sync

Select certain folders and filter the files you want to sync to the public cloud service or your Synology NAS, optimizing storage usage.

Schedule your sync tasks

Schedule the specific time and date to perform your sync tasks to flexibility utilize the system resources of your Synology NAS.

Traffic control

Set the bandwidth limits to prevent the upload and download traffic from interfering the general traffic on your Synology NAS.

Allow administrators to monitor and control usage

Cloud Sync allows administrators to see which user is synchronizing files to certain cloud storage services, ensuring resource usage adheres to company policy and local laws.

Display and monitor the list of cloud storage services by clicking the cloud provider or user.

Manage the tasks causing network issues or violating company policies.

  1. Display and monitor the list of cloud storage services by clicking the cloud provider or user.
  2. Manage the tasks causing network issues or violating company policies.