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FusionCloud 6.3.0 Solution Description 05

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Application Scenarios

Application Scenarios

  • Security-Demanding Scenario

    To provide strictly-protected data required by customers and meet compliance regulations for service deployment in financial and security industries, use physical servers to ensure that resources can be exclusively used and to realize data isolation, controllability, and traceability.

  • High-Performance Computing Scenario

    Dedicated physical servers must be used for high-performance computing scenarios, such as supercomputing centers, genome sequencing, and graphics rendering, where massive amounts of data need to be processed, requirements on computing performance, stability, and timeliness are high, and performance overheads caused by virtualization and hyperthreading are unacceptable.

  • Core Database Scenario

    In response to requirements of some customers, the key database services cannot be deployed on VMs and must be deployed on physical servers that have dedicated resources, isolated networks, and assured performance.

Figure 18-1 shows the typical application scenarios of BMS.

Figure 18-1 Application scenario of BMS
Updated: 2019-04-23

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