Note: this article refers to Syncplify.me Server! v1.x and v2.x; As of Syncplify.me Server! v3.0 support for high-availability (HA) is built-in, and much easier to use; you can read more about v3.0 HA features here.
If you are running Syncplify.me Server! in a corporate environment, especially if you operate it in a mission critical environment, you may want to deploy it with high-availability (HA) and fault tolerance in mind.
The diagram here below, and the explanation that follows, are intended as a “first step” towards that goal. More complicated layouts are certainly possible, but this is a good starting point: