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FusionCloud 6.3.0 Solution Description 05

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Implementation Principles

Implementation Principles

Architecture

Figure 36-1 shows the architecture of vAPP. Table 36-1 describes vAPP component details.

Figure 36-1 vAPP architecture
Table 36-1 Component details

Type

Name

Description

Cloud service console

vAPP UI

vAPP management console

Cloud service system

vAPP Instance

Functions as the vAPP server, receives instance requests from the vAPP management console, and calls the Resource Template Service (RTS).

vAPP Template

Functions as the vAPP server and receives template requests from the vAPP management console.

Scripts

Functions as the vAPP server and receives script requests from the vAPP management console.

Common component

Cloud Catalog Service (CCS)

Indicates the FusionCloud Stack–based service that supports cloud resource access.

IAM

Supports identity identification and access management.

RTS

Provides different template formats to orchestrate multiple hybrid cloud applications, receives vAPP service requests, and calls cloud services.

Cloud service

ECS, EVS, VPC, and others

Provides the ECS, EVS, VPC, and other cloud services.

OpenStack

Nova

Manages computing instances. In the vAPP service, Nova is used to create VMs.

Cinder

Provides persistent block storage for running instances. In the vAPP service, Cinder is used to create volumes on storage devices and attach volumes to VMs.

Neutron

Manages computing instances. In the vAPP service, Neutron is used to provide network resources for VMs.

Infrastructure

Server, storage device, network device, and others

Provides basic devices for vAPP.

Service Flow

Figure 36-2 shows the workflow of creating a vAPP in the Region Type I scenario.

Figure 36-2 shows the workflow of creating a vAPP in the Region Type II scenario.

Figure 36-2 Workflow for creating a vAPP

Figure 36-3 shows the workflow of creating a vAPP in the Region Type III scenario.

Figure 36-3 Workflow for creating a vAPP

The tasks in all steps are as follows:

  1. Apply for vAPP instances on the vAPP console.
  2. The vAPP service calls the interface of the Resource Template Service (RTS).
  3. The RTS calls a cloud service interface based on orchestrated resources to create resources.
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Updated: 2019-04-23

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