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FusionCloud 6.3.0 Solution Description 05

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Configuration Management

Configuration Management

Configuration Center

FusionCloud system administrators can configure resources in the Configuration Center of the ManageOne OM plane to implement unified O&M of FusionCloud. The system administrator can also customize the menus of the Configuration Center. Common configuration tasks, such as O&M services and O&M contents, can be displayed in the Configuration Center for quick operation and maintenance.

By default, the Configuration Center covers resource pool management and cloud service configuration management.

  • Resource pool management includes host management, BMS management, storage type configuration, and host group management.
  • Cloud service configuration management includes configuration management of computing services, storage services, security services, and network services.
Concepts
  • Host management: A host is a node providing computing capabilities in a FusionSphere OpenStack instance. A node consists of one or multiple physical servers, which run virtualization software to offer users with VM services. You can perform routine management and maintenance of the host in the Configuration Center to ensure that the VM services deployed on the host are running properly.
  • BMS management: BMSs are used to provision computing instances that have high performance requirements, for example, to deploy database applications, or to provision dedicated physical servers. A BMS is a physical server without an OS installed before instance deployment. It provides physical resources for creating computing instances. You can perform routine management and maintenance of the BMS in the Configuration Center to ensure that the instance services deployed on the BMS are running properly.
  • Storage type configuration: The storage type refers to the disk type required by the VM to create a disk. You can configure the storage type in the Configuration Center to specify the type of the EVS disk to be created.
  • Host group management: After creating a host group and determining its availability zone (AZ) and member hosts, you can use the hosts in the host group to create VMs. The tags configured for a host group can apply to VM specifications. When such VM specifications are used to create VMs, the system only selects the hosts that fully meet the tag requirements in the host group to create VMs.
Logical Architecture
  • Resource pool management

The system administrator uses the Configuration Center of the ManageOne OM plane to manage resource pools. Figure 6-40 shows the logical structure of resource pool management.

By configuring and managing hosts, host groups, BMSs, and storage types, you can deploy and use upper-layer cloud services to ensure service provisioning and unified O&M of the FusionCloud resource pool.

Figure 6-40 Resource pool management structure
  • Cloud service resource management

The system administrator uses the Configuration Center of the ManageOne OM plane to manage cloud service resources. Figure 6-41 shows the logical structure of cloud service resource management.

The system provides reliable computing, storage, and network resources for tenant services through configuring and managing computing services, storage services, security services, and network services.

Figure 6-41 Cloud service resource management structure

License Management

License Management allows users to use the system within their scope of authority. After the system is installed, you must load a valid license file to properly use the system. You can query current license information to learn the license file status so that you can identify a problem in a timely manner and quickly resolve the problem. You can revoke an unnecessary license file and replace it with a new one to strengthen license management and prevent resource loss. In this way, you can use the system properly and continually.

Concepts
  • A license is an agreement between Huawei and a customer on the application scope, functions, and validity period of the product that has been sold or purchased. License information is carried by a license file.
  • A license file specifies the capacity, functions, and validity period of software, including equipment serial numbers (ESNs), grace period, resource control items, function control items, and sales information items.
  • An ESN, also called equipment fingerprint, uniquely identifies a device. A license can be allocated to the correct device based on the ESN.

    Each license file contains ESNs of devices to which the license will be allocated. The system compares the ESN corresponding to a device in the license file with the one loaded to the device to determine whether the license has been allocated to the correct device.

Logical Architecture

When a license is initially loaded or updated, License Management checks license information such as the validity period and product name and checks whether the device ESN matches the ESN in the license file. The check results determine the license status and whether the license can be successfully imported.

Figure 6-42 shows the logical architecture of License Management.

Figure 6-42 Logical architecture of License Management

Table 6-27 describes license statuses.

Table 6-27 License statuses

License Status

Description

Validity period

The license is normal. You can use the resources and functions specified in the license.

Grace period

Control items in the license are valid even though the license has expired. You need to apply for a new license before the grace period expires.

NOTE:

The number of days in the grace period is specified in the license file. After the grace period elapses, the license becomes invalid.

Invalid

You are not allowed to log in to the system until you import a new license.

Tag Management

Administrators can manage tags of physical devices, resource pools, cloud resources, and VDCs by using tag management function on the ManageOne OM plane to classify resources.

Tag types are classified into preset tag types and custom tag types.

  • Preset tag types: These tag types are preset on the ManageOne OM plane and cannot be modified or deleted. These tag types are used for big data applications.
  • Custom tag types: These tag types are created by administrators and can be modified and deleted.
Related Concepts

Tags are used to identify the classification or content of a target object. Administrators define tags and associate resources (for example, rack servers) with tags to categorize resources.

Logical Architecture

Figure 6-43 shows the logical architecture of Tag Management.

Figure 6-43 Logical architecture of Tag Management
Table 6-28 Logical architecture of Tag Management

Category

Description

Benefits

Preset tag types

Preset tag types consist of big data application tag types. Administrators can add, delete, or modify tags under preset tag types as required.

  • Administrators can view tag types and tags.
  • Administrators can associate resources with tags on the resource pages, facilitating resource classification and management and improving O&M efficiency.

Custom tag types

Administrators can customize tag types as required, and add, delete, or modify tags under custom tag types.

Remote Notification Configuration

The Notifications function supports email notifications and SMS notifications. To meet O&M requirements, this function automatically sends service information, such as alarms and reports, and allows O&M personnel to manually send notifications.

Concepts

Remote Notification: is a function of sending notifications remotely. Remote Notification allows O&M personnel to set parameters for communication between the system and the short message service gateway (SMSGW), SMN service, or mail server so that the system supports automatic and manual sending of SMS messages and emails. O&M personnel can also configure the recipients of SMS messages or emails and notification templates.

Logical Architecture

Remote Notification sends alarm or reports automatically generated based on service settings or information manually edited by O&M personnel to relevant personnel in SMS messages or emails through the SMSGW, SMN, or mail server.

Figure 6-44 shows the logical architecture of Remote Notification.

Figure 6-44 Logical architecture of Remote Notification

Table 6-29 describes the logical architecture of Remote Notification.

Table 6-29 Logical architecture of Remote Notification

Notification Sending Method

Description

Sending notifications manually

O&M personnel manually send mass notifications to relevant personnel.

  • O&M personnel can manually edit SMS messages or emails.
  • O&M personnel can use the configured notification templates to send notifications.
  • Remote Notification sends SMS messages or emails through the connected SMSGW, SMN, or mail server.

Sending notifications automatically

Remote Notification automatically sends notifications to relevant personnel based on notification rules configured on GUIs such as the Alarms and Reports pages.

  • O&M personnel set the notification content and sending rules.
  • Remote Notification sends SMS messages or emails containing alarms, reports, or other service information to users through the SMSGW, SMN, or mail server interconnected with the system.

System Maintenance

As a maintenance center of ManageOne, System Maintenance is responsible for managing maintenance operation-related tasks, such as database dump and interconnection configuration. In this way, System Maintenance ensures sufficient resources and the stable running of the system.

System Maintenance provides the following functions:

  • Dump Task Configuration: periodically dumps database data, such as logs and orders to avoid insufficient database space.
  • Configuration Information Management: centrally manages the preset configuration item parameters of the interconnection system. These preset configuration item parameters can be the username, password, or port number. In addition, configuration information used for data reporting can be stored, such as the SFTP server IP address used for data dump, port number, and account validity period.
  • Maintenance Toolkit: is used for central management and maintenance. You can start or stop one or multiple application instances, and rectify routine faults.
  • Logo Settings: supports the replacement of the logos on the browser tab, in the navigation pane, and in the advertisement area on the login page.
Logical Architecture

System Maintenance allows administrators to generate maintenance tasks, and delivers the maintenance tasks to MOICAgent. Then, MOICAgent executes the specific maintenance operations and reports the execution results to System Maintenance.

Figure 6-45 Logical architecture
  • Logs and orders report dump rules to System Maintenance. System Maintenance delivers dump tasks to MOICAgent based on the dump rules. Then, MOICAgent dumps the database data as scheduled and returns the execution results to System Maintenance.
  • System Maintenance allows administrators to execute routine maintenance tasks on the Maintenance Toolkit page, and delivers the maintenance tasks to MOICAgent. Then, MOICAgent executes the specific maintenance tasks and reports the execution results to System Maintenance.
  • Administrators can configure information on the Configuration Information Management page. System Maintenance delivers the information configuration tasks to MOICAgent. Then, MOICAgent executes the specific information configuration operations and returns the execution results to System Maintenance.
  • Administrators can change the logos on the browser tab, in the navigation pane, and in the advertisement area on the login page on the Logo Settings page.

    Table 6-30 lists the functions provided by System Maintenance.

    Table 6-30 Description

    Function

    Description

    Dump Task Configuration

    • View the execution results of dump tasks.
    • Modify the database space threshold and check period of a dump task.

    Configuration Information Management

    • Centrally manage the parameter configuration of interconnected systems.
    • Centrally manage and maintain the configuration information about daily data reporting.

    Maintenance Operation

    • A maintenance tool used for central management and routine maintenance
    • Monitor the running status of one or multiple application instances in real time.

    Setting Logos

    The following logos can be set:

    • Logo on the browser tab
    • Logo in the navigation pane
    • Logo in the advertisement area on the login page
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Updated: 2019-04-23

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