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FusionCloud 6.3.0 Solution Description 05

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Operation Analysis

Operation Analysis

By analyzing capacities and historical data reports on the ManageOne OM plane, administrators can learn the KPIs and health status of NEs and services and make O&M decisions and cloud platform planning.

Administrators can flexibly customize the indicators and the data from multiple dimensions in a report. The report data is displayed in tables or charts (such as line charts, column charts, and donut charts). Administrators can obtain multi-dimensional data easily, learn about the overall KPIs and health status of the DC in real time, and identify and resolve problems in a timely manner, improving the efficiency of statistical analysis and achieving self-service business analysis.


ManageOne does not support the scenario where a host belongs to multiple host groups. If a host belongs to multiple host groups, the queried host or VM data may be duplicate.


  • Report: collects, analyzes, and displays the number of devices, resource usage, capacity, tenant resources, and alarms in a data center.
  • Resource pool: is a collection of resources. You can distribute and manage task resources running in the resource pool.
  • Availability zone (AZ): is a subset of computing and storage resources. A resource pool can include multiple AZs. AZs are interconnected through low-latency networks, and each AZ is not affected by faults that may occur in other AZs.

Logical Architecture

  • Report Analysis

    Figure 6-35 shows the logical architecture of Report Analysis.

    Figure 6-35 Logical architecture of Report Analysis
    Table 6-23 Logical architecture of Report Analysis




    Preset reports

    Preset reports include multi-dimension analysis reports and details reports.

    • Analysis and decision-making: By viewing the statistics in preset reports and custom reports and analyzing hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, or quarterly change trends based on periodic reports, administrators can obtain a reliable data basis for decision-making. For example, the statistics on the total, used, and remaining resources as well as the resource usage in capacity statistics analysis reports provide a data basis for capacity allocation.
    • Regular reporting: Administrators can analyze periodic reports and use them for regular reporting.

    Custom reports

    Administrators can customize a report with the combinations of dimensions and measurement items. In this way, they can obtain valid data and quickly perform self-service data analysis.

    Periodic report

    Administrators can define periodic tasks to generate report data at regular intervals. The system sends the data to specific personnel by email to support service analysis and appraisal.

  • Capacity Analysis

    Capacity Analysis displays capacity trends and forecasts capacity expansion needs. The system generates the usage trend of resources based on resource snapshots. The system forecasts resource capacity expansion needs based on the historical data. Figure 6-36 shows the logical architecture of Capacity Analysis.

    Figure 6-36 Logical architecture of Capacity Analysis
Updated: 2019-04-23

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