Splunk is a software platform to search, analyze and visualize the machine-generated data gathered from the websites, applications, sensors, devices etc. which make up your IT infrastructure and business. If you have a machine which is generating data continuously and you want to analyze the machine state in real time, then how will you do … Read more about How to Install Splunk on Your Synology NAS
After WordPress 5.2 or the latest upgrade, most people are getting the following error message: “The site is experiencing technical difficulties.” In reality there can be two messages, depending on what we are viewing at that precise moment: the public site or the wp-admin link. The two new error messages are: The site is experiencing … Read more about WordPress: The site is experiencing technical difficulties
Have you recently opened a local Port/Services on your Synology NAS and wanted to test if the local Port/Service can communicate with the external world or with the internal LAN network? Instead of using external services such as a Port Scanner, you can use your own Synology. Synology has implemented a simple and intuitive interface … Read more about Synology: How to Test Port Connection
I have come to realize that a lot of new Synology NAS users don’t know how to activate the HTTPS protocol. Are you tired of seeing your connection to your Synology NAS in the Chrome address bar is not secure? In the step by step guide I will try to explain to you how to … Read more about How Do I Enable HTTPS on My Synology NAS?
If your Synology NAS device is not in the list below, you’ll be able to install DSM 7.0 when it comes out. All Synology devices from 2014 onwards, such as DS214 etc., will be able to install the new DSM 7.0 operating system. I hope this is useful for everyone. If your Synology NAS device … Read more about Synology DSM 7.0 Supported Devices