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FusionCloud 6.3.0 Solution Description 05

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Overview

Overview

Introduction

Huawei FusionSphere offers cloud operating system (OS) solutions tailored towards a variety of industries. Developed based on the native OpenStack architecture, FusionSphere is purposefully built and optimized for enterprise cloud data center scenarios. It offers powerful virtualization capabilities, resource pool management functions, comprehensive cloud infrastructure components and tools, and standard, open application programming interfaces (APIs). It helps enterprise customers to horizontally consolidate physical and virtual resources in data centers and vertically optimize service platforms. FusionSphere is suitable for both traditional and emerging applications, facilitating the build-out, use, and evolution of cloud computing platforms.

Characteristics

  • Openness

    Based on the Mitaka release of OpenStack, FusionSphere is compatible with mainstream compute, storage, and network devices, avoiding vendor lock-in. It also provides standard OpenStack APIs for interconnecting and integrating with products from third-party vendors.

  • Flexibility

    FusionSphere uses a service-oriented architecture (SOA), which allows users to flexibly add and remove functions based on service requirements.

  • High reliability

    FusionSphere builds a carrier-class cloud computing platform by employing the following methods:

    • All management services are deployed in active/standby or load sharing mode to eliminate single points of failure (SPOFs).
    • Management data is stored in active/standby mode and is periodically backed up to ensure data reliability.
    • The physical network is divided into multiple logical planes, which are isolated using virtual local area networks (VLANs), ensuring data reliability and security during transmission.

Customer Benefits

FusionSphere brings the following benefits to customers:

  • Avoids vendor lock-in, maximizing return on investment (ROI).

    Built upon the Mitaka release of OpenStack, FusionSphere supports standard OpenStack APIs in the northbound direction and is able to integrate with hardware devices from multiple vendors in the southbound direction, and supports multiple virtualization platforms.

  • Reduces management costs through centralized resource scheduling and flexible deployment of services.

    FusionSphere supports integrated management across physical servers and virtual machines (VMs), heterogeneous virtualization platforms, and multiple data centers.

  • Ensures service availability and minimizes losses caused by service interruption.

    FusionSphere automatically selects resource pools for services based on service level agreement (SLA) requirements.

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Updated: 2019-04-23

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