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FusionAccess Desktop Solution V100R006C20 Application Virtualization User Guide 08 (FusionSphere V100R006C10 or Earlier)

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A-E

A-E

A

  • alarm severity

    The extent of the impact of a fault on services.

  • Application Delivery Controller

    A component that identifies applications allocated to users and delivers the applications to virtual desktops.

  • application VM

    A VM running dedicated server software to implement specific functions. For example, a VM running SQL Server is an application VM.

B

  • bare VM

    A VM that is assigned an identifier but does not occupy any CPU, memory, storage, or network resources.

  • baseboard management controller

    A dedicated micro controller embedded in the main board of a computer (especially a server).

  • basic input/output system

    Firmware installed on the computer main board that contains basic input/output control programs, power-on self test (POST) programs, bootstraps, and system setting information. The BIOS provides the hardware setting function and control function for the computer.

  • BMC

    See baseboard management controller.

  • BIOS

    See basic input/output system.

C

  • Charging Gateway

    The gateway between the cloud system and an external billing center.

  • cloud computing

    A scheme that provides computing resources for users over the Internet by using large data centers or super computer clusters.

  • Cluster Monitor Node

    The cluster-level monitoring manager.

  • CMN

    See Cluster Monitor Node.

  • CNA

    See Computing Node Agent.

  • Computing Node Agent

    A component that is deployed on a computing node and manages VMs and VM mounting on the computing node.

D

  • data center

    A system used by enterprises and organizations with deployed networks to store, manage, and share information

  • DC

    See data center.

  • DHCP

    See dynamic host configuration protocol.

  • dom0

    See domain 0.

  • domain

    Domains include domain 0 and domain U.

  • domain 0

    A modified Linux kernel and the only VM that operates on the Xen Hypervisor. Domain 0 can access physical I/O resources and interwork with other VMs operating on the system. Domain 0 must be started before other domains.

  • domain U

    Paravirtualized VMs operating on the Xen Hypervisor are called Domain U PV Guests, which support the operating system whose kernel has been modified, such as Linux, Solaris, FreeBSD, and other UNIX operating systems. Fully virtualized VMs are called Domain U HVM Guests, which support the operating system whose kernel does not need to be modified, for example, Windows.

  • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

    A type of TCP/IP that enables a network to access the Internet and automatically assign a temporary IP address to a host accessing the network.

E

  • EC

    See elastic computing.

  • elastic computing

    A cloud service that allocates computing resources to users as required.

  • equipment serial number

    A unique ID for a set of equipment.

  • ESN

    See equipment serial number.

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Updated: 2019-04-25

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