Synology Blog Maybe you shouldn’t be that concerned about data durability

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Synology Blog Maybe you shouldn’t be that concerned about data durability

Even 11 nines are not immune to human error With more businesses moving their mission-critical data to the cloud, it is essential that the cloud platform delivers high levels of availability and durability, making sure your data remains accessible and intact whenever you need it. “Designed to provide 99.999999999% durability and 99.99% availability of objects […]

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It forgets to mention that Service Availability will often exclude notified, scheduled service windows, plus exclude any downtime for requested upgrades and modifications. This would be against specific servers/services not a whole data centre. Though failover testing of, for example, the data centre to backup power could be excluded from Service Availability.

Anyway, data durability ... I didn't read that far as I saw a "but with C2' section coming along :)
 

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