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FusionCloud 6.3.1.1 Solution Description 04

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Function Description

Function Description

Multi-Level VDC Management

ManageOne supports a maximum of five levels of VDCs, flexibly matching customers' organization models. ManageOne supports project-based resource management and flexible mappings among users, projects, and user groups in an organization, that is, multiple users can manage a project and a user can manage multiple projects. The upper-layer organization can view the service instances of each sub-organization in the organization. Multi-level VDC management supports unified proxy maintenance, customized roles in the organization, and can meet the requirements of customer service permission control. The VDC Self O&M feature allows customers to perform basic O&M on current-level and lower-level VDCs, meeting their requirements for self-service O&M.

Figure 7-15 Multi-level VDC management

Agent Maintenance for Multiple VDCs

An agent administrator can manage multiple first-level VDCs, which is convenient for delegating third-party users to manage operation. A third-party user can use an agent administrator account to manage multiple first-level VDCs on which the account has agent maintenance permissions. You can create, delete and modify agent administrators. Agent administrators, in place of VDC administrators, can manage first-level VDCs on which they have agent maintenance permissions and users and resources in the VDCs.

Figure 7-16 Agent maintenance for multiple first-level VDCs
NOTE:
  • An agent administrator sets departments based on the enterprise organization structure and sets resource quotas for each department.
  • An agent administrator switches to different department, applies for resources for each department, and notifies end users of the resource information offline.
  • End users of resources do not log in to ManageOne.
  • Resources applied for by agent administrators during agent maintenance in a department occupy the quotas of the department.

Multi-Resource Pool Management

ManageOne can access different regions, and enable tenants to quickly use cloud service resources in different regions.

Figure 7-17 Multi-resource pool management
NOTE:
  • After OpenStack resource pools and VMware resource pools are connected to ManageOne, ManageOne can provide cloud services for external systems on the operation plane.
  • Multiple same-type resource pools in different network patterns, such as a software SDN resource pool, a hardware SDN resource pool, and a non-SDN resources pool, can be connected to ManageOne.

Approval Process Management

Operation administrators and VDC administrators can define approval processes. If an order needs to be approved by multiple levels, you can create a multi-level approval process. The system supports a maximum of five levels in an approval process. You can specify one or more approvers for each level of the approval process. Each approver at a level has the permission to process the order. If any approver at a level approves the order, the order is approved at this level.

A submitted product order can be automatically submitted to approvers for approval only after the product in the order is associated with an approval process.

Figure 7-18 Approval process management
NOTE:

A created approval process can take effect only after being published. Approval processes published by operation administrators are globally visible. Approval processes published by VDC administrators are visible to the VDCs to which the VDC administrators belong and their lower-level VDCs.

You can modify and delete only approval processes that are in the Unpublished state. To modify and delete a published approval process, cancel the publishing of the approval process and ensure that the approval process is not associated with products first.

Product Management

ManageOne provides out-of-the-box product catalogs and products. Operation administrators and VDC administrators can define products, except the out-of-the-box products, as needed.

Figure 7-19 Product management

Order Management

  • Order Approval

    Allows approvers to select Approve, Reject for change, Reject and close, or Transfer to others during order approval.

  • Order Canceling

    Allows users to cancel their orders that have not been approved.

  • Notification of order expiration

    Notifies users of order expiration using short messages or emails before service instances associated with their orders expire, and notifies them once every day after the service instances expire until they delete or extend the orders.

Metering Management

  • Pricing by resource

    Operation administrators set the charge rate for each resource, and then calculate the charging result of each resource by multiplying the metering data of the resource by the charge rate.

  • Pricing by flavor

    Set product prices by flavor. Operation administrators set the charge rate for each flavor, and then calculate the charging result of each resource by multiplying the metering data of the flavor by the charge rate.

  • Metering by tenant: Resource usage is summarized by VDC. Resources can be metered and charged by quota and actual usage. Resources are metered in hours.
    • Operation administrators can view information about metering and charging summaries of tenants (first-level VDCs) and filter the information by time range.
    • VDC administrators can view information about metering and charging summaries of the VDCs to which they belong and their lower-level VDCs and filter the information by time range.
    • Metering data can be exported to an Excel file.

Tag Management

Service tags can be customized. Tags created by operation administrators can be used in the whole system. Tags created by VDC administrators can be used in lower-level VDCs. VDC operators cannot create tags, and can only use tags.

Each tag name is unique in the tenant to which the current VDC belongs. An upper-level VDC administrator can view all tags created in lower-level VDCs, but cannot use, modify, or delete the tags.

Created tags can be associated with cloud service resources so that resources can be conveniently filtered.

Figure 7-20 Tag management

VDC Self O&M

VDC administrators can implement O&M on cloud services in VDCs, including alarm management and log management. VDC alarm threshold setting and alarm notification are supported, and alarm information can be sent to VDC administrators or other users using emails or short messages.

Resource Life Cycle

The resource life cycle can be managed. After operation administrators set the frozen period, resources within the frozen period can be restored but cannot be permanently deleted from the recycle bin. After the frozen period of a resource ends, you can permanently delete the resource.

Task Center

Task Center displays the progress and results of some tasks that cannot immediately produce results or take a long time to finish so that users can learn the task status.

Operation Log

Operation logs record non-query operations. An administrator can query and export operation logs of all users on the ManageOne operation plane.

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Updated: 2019-10-23

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