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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 operations, you are advised to learn the following concepts.

Table 32-3 Basic concepts




Resource is an abstract concept, which refers to physical resources (including computing, storage, and network resources) required for running applications.


A node provides computing resources to FuisonStage platform users.


If the application to be created requires data persistent storage, you need to create the storage before creating the application. After the storage is created, storage can be mounted to an application to be created as a volume.

Other resources

Resource files are independently managed on ServiceStage. The file content is determined by users. After resource files are created, you can load them to container-based or VM applications. For example, resource files can be loaded to a database logical volume to become a file of container-based or VM applications; or resource files can be loaded to environment variables to become environment variables of container application.

Updated: 2019-04-23

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