Divide the intel and AMD CPUs servers into separate clusters if you have minimum of 3 servers per a cluster.
You may be able to turn on EVC mode and present shared storage to both clusters and try a migration?
A list of the hardware devices you have would be useful. Also are you using a cloudkey?
see below link. In the link under related articles, it'll tell you how to use new network/vlan with wifi.
Synology has an app store much line google/apple stores. You can install that version of Plex Media server or go directly to Plex's site and download latest and greatest version for Synology NAS systems. To take advantage of hardware transcoding requires an active Plex Pass subscription. You can...
I work in IT and fix larger systems all day. When I get off work, I don't wish to tinker and fix things at home. I bought a Synology 918+ and use it for NAS duties, Plex server, Backup server (Software built in the NAS) and Pi-hole (DNS). running great since the day I got it.
What Synology model did you get?
Download plex from the plex website. Synology app store can fall behind on releases.
Synology has a backup application built into the store that has client application for devices.
Security sake, if you want remote access to Synology, setup two factor...
Think you are seeing people praise the USG and AMplifi product lines.
I have a full setup of USG 3 port router, POE switch, and access points. All this is managed by a cloudkey (Unifi controller) which works great. I bought all this due to convenience of single point of management.
Both. I was using a internal tool on a NAS and it broke. So i switched to viceversa for small and large file transfer.
viceversa was my go to when a user would open a ticket and say they had missing files. Typically it was due permissions. It allows incremental and full syncs.