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FusionCloud 6.3.0 Solution Description 05

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Application Scenarios

Application Scenarios

Management plane hybrid cloud applies to the following scenarios:

  • Flexible and rapid service expansion: With the wide-coverage HUAWEI CLOUD, management plane hybrid cloud expands services from FusionCloud to HUAWEI CLOUD, as shown in Figure 6-47.

    Flexible and rapid service expansion is used to solve the following problems:

    • Due to explosive service growth, FusionCloud cannot meet service resource requirements quickly.
    • Due to global business expansion, services are rolled out in branches outside China, and proximity access is required.
    • Resources need to be expanded rapidly to meet service requirements in peak hours.
      Figure 6-47 Flexible service expansion

  • Layered service deployment: Tenants deploy frontend services in HUAWEI CLOUD to support large-scale Internet access and use security groups of HUAWEI CLOUD to protect data security. Backend or core services are deployed in FusionCloud to prevent key data leakage. Figure 6-48 shows the details.
    Layered service deployment is used to solve the following problems:
    • Key services and important data are deployed offline to avoid leakage.
    • Frontend access services are deployed online to make full use of the resource elasticity and security system of HUAWEI CLOUD.
    • Services can be flexibly deployed across clouds, and data can be synchronized between the clouds in real time, ensuring the security of inter-cloud transmission.

      Tenants need to manually deploy applications on HUAWEI CLOUD VMs.

      Figure 6-48 Layered service deployment
  • Unified management of multiple clouds: HUAWEI CLOUD and FusionCloud are centrally managed in ManageOne. When using multiple resource pools, users can use ManageOne to centrally manage and monitor them, improving management efficiency. Figure 6-49 shows the management architecture.

    Unified management of multiple clouds meets the requirements of unified product catalog, resource application, resource O&M, and capacity monitoring.

    Figure 6-49 Unified management of multiple clouds
Updated: 2019-04-23

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