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FusionCloud 6.3.0 Solution Description 05

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Application Scenarios

Application Scenarios

This section describes typical scenarios of Operation Management.

Before Applying for Cloud Services

Before applying for cloud services, operation administrators need to manage cloud resource pools, users, approval processes, and products, set charge rates, and bring products (requiring approvals or not requiring approvals) online.

Applying for Cloud Services

An order is automatically generated when you apply for a cloud service. If the order needs to be approved, approvers perform the order management operations to view and approve orders. Otherwise, the task included in the order is automatically executed. You can view the order status.

After Applying for Cloud Services

After a cloud service is successfully applied for, you can manage the resources in the cloud service, including modifying, extending, and deleting resources. In this case, you can perform the following operation management operations:
  • Managing orders

    Query or export data records generated during the management of resources in the cloud service. You can also approve or extend an existing order.

  • Managing metering data

    View or export metering data of used resources.

  • Managing tags

    For users who have many cloud resources, you can perform tag management operations to quickly locate all of their resources with a specific tag. You can also create and delete tags, and view resources associated with tags.

  • Managing resource life cycles

    View records of operation, such as creating, modifying, and deleting resources, as well as view, restore, and delete resources added to the recycle bin.

Routine Maintenance and Problem Locating

You can perform the following routine maintenance and problem locating operations:
  • Managing the task center

    Task Center displays the progress and results of some tasks that cannot immediately produce results or take a long time to finish so that you can learn the task status.

  • Managing operation logs

    You can export or view logs to obtain information about operations not affecting the system security for locating problems and troubleshooting faults.

  • Implementing self O&M operations

    You can set alarm rules and notification policies to monitor resources, view alarms, and notify users of alarm information so that you can learn the resource running status and performance of products in a timely manner.

Updated: 2019-04-23

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