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FusionCloud 6.3.0 Solution Description 05

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ManageOne functions as Cloud Management Platforms (CMPs). It provides enterprise customers with unified management of private cloud resources and public cloud resources leased by enterprises through self-development and cooperation, including tenant self-service portal, cloud product management and product catalog, metering, computing, storage, and network resource automation configuration, and O&M monitoring of cloud services and cloud resources.

Figure 6-1 shows the position of ManageOne in FusionCloud.

Figure 6-1 ManageOne position in FusionCloud


ManageOne features multi-level VDC management, one cloud with multiple resource pools, hybrid cloud management, proactive O&M, cloud service O&M, unified multi-level cloud O&M, openness and easy integration, and multi-scale deployment.

  • Multi-level VDC management

    Supports a maximum of five levels of VDCs to flexibly match customers' organization models. Supports project-based resource management and flexible mappings between users and projects in an organization, that is, multiple users can manage a project and a user can manage multiple projects. The upper-layer organization can view the service instances of each sub-organization in the organization. Multi-level VDC management supports unified proxy maintenance, customized roles in the organization, and can meet the requirements of customer service permission control. The VDC Self-Maintenance feature allows customers to perform basic O&M on current-level and lower-level VDCs, meeting their requirements for self-service O&M.

    Figure 6-2 Multi-level VDC management
  • One cloud with multiple resource pools

    ManageOne can manage multiple regions at the same time. Each region can access different types of resource pools (including OpenStack resource pools and VMware resource pools) to implement unified operation and management for cloud services in multiple regions and resource pools.

  • Hybrid cloud management

    API adaptation is used to access and manage the public cloud resources and apply for resources on the public cloud to meet the requirements of expanding services to the public cloud. Currently, management plane hybrid cloud can connect to HUAWEI CLOUD and allows users to manage and use HUAWEI CLOUD resources.

  • Proactive O&M

    The proactive O&M capability is improved, significantly reducing faults and improving system reliability.

    Figure 6-3 Proactive O&M
  • Cloud service O&M

    With cloud service O&M monitoring as the core, physical devices, virtual resources, and cloud services are managed in a unified manner to build a service-centric management mode.

    Figure 6-4 Cloud service O&M
  • Unified multi-level cloud O&M

    Unified multi-level cloud O&M implements unified monitoring and management of multi-level cloud resources, such as provincial and municipal clouds, provides abundant cloud resource usage information, and improves the global informatization level and capability.

    Figure 6-5 Multi-level clouds
  • Openness and easy integration

    The northbound access layer provides various APIs so that upper-layer systems, such as the carrier portal, tenant portal, and e-commerce platform, can be interconnected.

    Figure 6-6 Openness and easy integration
  • Multi-scale deployment

    Small-scale, standard-scale, and large-scale management are supported based on the management scale of different enterprises. Users can create a VM, initialize a node, upload software packages, deploy databases or services, configure services, and perform automatic interconnection based on wizards. After these operations are performed, the software is automatically installed.

    Figure 6-7 Virtualization deployment


ManageOne benefits include agile operation and simplified O&M.

  • Agile operation

    ManageOne is used as a unified operation management platform to improve operation agility and efficiency. ManageOne provides the following functions:

    • Provides unified operation and management of cloud services in multiple regions to meet the requirements of large enterprises or organizations on cross-region operation of private clouds.
    • Provides a VDC across regions. Manages multi-level VDCs to match the multi-level organization management model used by large enterprises and enable the organization at each level to flexibly use cloud resources.
    • Provides mechanisms for flexibly allocating resource quotas. Supports tenant self-service O&M, reducing operation costs.
    • Provides various operation roles to meet the permission control requirements of carriers and enterprises.
    • Provides cloud product operation capabilities, including preconfiguring basic IaaS cloud products, ECSs, EVS disks, VPCs, and security groups. In addition, new cloud products can be introduced by accessing cloud services.
  • Simplified O&M

    ManageOne is used as a unified O&M management platform to improve O&M efficiency. ManageOne provides the following functions:

    • Centralized cloud management, ensuring O&M experience consistency
      • Centralized resource management: The system centrally manages infrastructure resources, resource pools, cloud services, cloud service instances, and tenant applications.
      • Unified cloud services: support hybrid cloud management and unified O&M monitoring for private and public cloud services.
    • Multi-dimensional real-time monitoring, providing visualized and comprehensive daily O&M monitoring
      • Monitoring objects: include cloud service resources, system resources, and tenant resources.
      • Monitoring methods: include centralized alarm monitoring, monitoring customization, and big screen monitoring.
    • Rapid fault locating, increasing O&M efficiency and reducing O&M costs
      • Alarm analysis: Alarms can be analyzed from four dimensions: resource topology, fault occurrence time, resource changes, and alarm information. Based on alarm analysis results, you can demarcate faults rapidly and access the maintenance system of the objects that generated alarms to locate and rectify faults.
      • Tenant assurance: The system supports associated query and analysis on tenants' resources to rapidly locate and rectify faults based on alarms, performance data, and logs of the faulty resources.
    • Intelligent capacity management and prediction, providing data required for capacity planning and service capacity application
      • Capacity monitoring: The system uses the capacity change history to calculate the trend of changes to resource capacities and monitors the status of resource capacities.
      • Prewarning capability: The system checks whether the capacity of a resource pool exceeds a specified threshold. If it does, alarm information is displayed on the GUI.
      • Service capacity appraisal: The system uses the sharing condition of resource pool capacities and consumption of cloud service resources to determine the trends of resource fulfillment.
      • Capacity prediction: The system uses the calculated track data to calculate the time at which resources will be used up, providing support for decisions to expand resource pools.
Updated: 2019-04-23

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