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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 10

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Data Center

Data Center

Management functions of the eSight data center allows for management for physical resources, virtual resources, and applications to help O&M personnel quickly locate faults.

Data center management consists of 6.2 Region Monitor.

Region monitor: Based on physical or logical relationship, users can classify device resources into different layers in the topology view, such as DC, AZ, and cluster, to implement layered monitoring. The monitored key KPIs include the usage of CPU, memory, disk, and bandwidth and the egress port traffic of Internet.

Basic Concepts

Before applying eSight data center management, you need to understand several concepts, such as region, DC, AZ, and cluster, and understand their association relationships.

Table 11-9 Basic concepts of data center




Region monitor


You can set up a virtual region on the eSight by emulating the live network environment. You can add virtual cloud devices to form a complete region topology and implement visualized management. Region types include DC, AZ, cluster, and customized.


Data center is one of the dimensions to divide regions on the eSight.


Availability zone, a logic concept, is one of the dimensions to divide regions. Multiple clusters can be included into the same AZ, logically implementing region isolation.


Cluster is a group of mutually independent computers. They are interconnected through a high-speed network and managed in a single system. A cluster consists of multiple servers.

Updated: 2019-09-07

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