Mitigate the impact of unexpected server malfunctions.
Keep your data and services available and online.
The risks of downtime
average cost per hour caused by IT downtime1
of companies do not survive after suffering catastrophic data loss2
of data loss incidents are caused by hardware failures3
Highly reliable architecture
Combine two identical Synology High Availability (SHA)-compatible Synology NAS to create a high-availability cluster.
Keep critical workloads running
Ensure the continued operation of virtualization environments, setups running large numbers of concurrent applications, and resource-intensive deployments supporting critical services.
Increase the availability of virtual machines stored on Synology NAS and accessed through iSCSI or NFS.
For highly available services
Minimize downtime caused by software updates, hardware upgrades, and system failures on Synology packages and built-in services.
Set up for stability
Intuitive features help you further enhance the efficacy of your high-availability clusters.
Rely on Synology High Availability's unified interface to set up, manage, and monitor your high-availability clusters with ease.
Help prevent split-brain situations by connecting a quorum node to ensure data consistency.
Synology High Availability in action
Boutique video production agency MLC TV adopted SHA to keep data loss at bay.
- Real-time protection ensures that footage is always available
- Near-zero downtime means reduced maintenance costs
Lerner, Andrew. “The Cost of Downtime.” Gartner, blogs.gartner.com/andrew-lerner/2014/07/16/the-cost-of-downtime/.
Wiggins, Dave. “Prevent Catastrophic Data Loss from Destroying Your Documents.” DocuVantage, info.docuvantage.com/blog/prevent-catastrophic-data-loss-from-destroying-your-documents.
Smith, David M. “The Cost of Lost Data.” Graziadio School of Business and Management | Pepperdine University, gbr.pepperdine.edu/2010/08/the-cost-of-lost-data/.