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FusionCloud 6.3.0 Solution Description 05

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Resource Management-related Concepts

Resource Management-related Concepts

If you intend to perform resource management, you need to have a basic understanding of the following concepts.

Table 31-3 Basic concepts




Resources are physical resources required to keep applications running, including computing, storage, and network resources.


A node provides computing resources to FuisonStage platform users.


If the to-be-created application has persistence requirements, you need to create a storage before creating the application. After a storage is created, storage can be mounted to a to-be-created application as a volume.

Other resources

Resource files are independently managed objects on ServiceStage. The file content is determined by users. After a resource file is created, you can load it to containerized or non-containerized applications. For example, if you load a resource file to a database logical volume, this file is a file of the containerized or non-containerized applications; if you load a resource file to environment variables, the file becomes environment variables of the containerized application.

Updated: 2019-04-23

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