Yes, you can use two synology.me DDNS services on two different NAS devices at home, but you need advanced networking knowledge and Port Triggering rules on your router. For example, if you have a DS718+ NAS and you bought the new DS720+ NAS, you can use a DDNS like (example1).synology.me on the DS718+ and a … Read more Can I Use Two synology.me DDNS Services on Two Different NAS at Home?
Ouroboros will monitor (all or specified) running docker containers and update them to the (latest or tagged) available image in the remote registry. The updated container uses the same tag and parameters that were used when the container was first created such as volume/bind mounts, docker network connections, environment variables, restart policies, entry-points, commands, etc. … Read more How to Install Ouroboros on Your Synology NAS
The easiest way to think of snapshots is that they literally “freeze” your files in time and allow you to recover those files later if necessary. Every time a snapshot is created, a “restore” point is also created which allows you to recover files/folders from a point in time, like navigating a time machine. The … Read more Synology: How to Configure Snapshots Replication
QuickConnect allows you to access your NAS device from outside of your internal private network. This is Synology’s way of ensuring you don’t need to open ports on your NAS/router to access your data externally. I don’t use QuickConnect. QuickConnect is meant for beginners. There’s nothing wrong with using it. The way that I access … Read more Synology: What is QuickConnect?
With Watchtower you can update the running version of your docker container app simply by pushing a new image to the Docker Hub or your own image registry. Watchtower will pull down your new image, gracefully shut down your existing container and restart it with the same options that were used when it was deployed … Read more How to Install Watchtower on Your Synology NAS