Synology DiskStation Manager 7.1 (Beta)

A streamlined user experience, improved login security, flexible hybrid cloud storage and system monitoring in the Cloud, combined with better and faster storage technologies. These improvements and tweaks are what you can expect with Synology's DiskStation Manager 7.0.1. The improvements are made across the board for the best Synology NAS experience at the moment.

Focus on reliability and performance

With new storage management, better performance and more security mechanisms, you can make the most of your NAS. DiskStation Manager 7.0.1 features improved storage management and more measures to protect your data. Additionally, the revamped Active Insight allows you to manage multiple Synology NAS devices in different locations and provide an alert system. But also better, faster and more secure collaboration and sharing of 'important' files.

Full backup of Synology NAS

Back up not only the data on Synology NAS, but also all your DSM settings, applications, and user data on another NAS with a powerful new feature in favorite backup suite.


User management and security

DSM 7.0.1 introduces delegation of administrative roles. This allows administrators to delegate preconfigured roles to other users and ease their workload. Additionally, the all-new Synology Secure SignIn offers more login methods, app-based login approval, hardware security keys, and more options for two-factor authentication. Protecting the security of your account has never been easier.

New and further developed SAN solutions

Efficiently build and manage iSCSI and Fibre Channel SAN services with the most comprehensive and effective virtualisation storage proposition yet. Designed specifically for SAN environments, the Fibre Channel protocol provides high availability and low latency for critical storage networks. Provisioning and management of Kubernetes container storage is possible without touching your Synology NAS, with support for volume and snapshot management, and direct seamless capacity expansion via the K8s command line.

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