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FusionCloud 6.3.1.1 Solution Description 04

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Hyper-V IMS

Hyper-V IMS

What Is Hyper-V IMS?

Hyper-V IMS is an Elastic Cloud Server (ECS) template that contains software and mandatory configurations. Specifically, an image contains an OS and may also contain proprietary software and application software, such as database software. By interconnecting Hyper-V Service with a Hyper-V resource pool, Hyper-V images can be centrally managed on ManageOne. There are public images, private images, and frequently used images. Table 41-3 describes the image types.

Table 41-3 Image types

Image Type

Description

Public image

Public images are the default images provided by Hyper-V Service or those created by administrators on the management console. These images are visible to all users. A public image is a standard, widely used image. It contains an OS and pre-installed public applications. You can configure the applications or software in the public image as needed.

Private image

Private images are user-created. A private image is visible only to the user who creates it. A private image contains an OS, pre-installed public applications, and users' private applications. Using a private image to create a Hyper-V ECS eliminates the need to repeatedly configure Hyper-V ECSs. Private images can be created using Hyper-V ECSs.

Frequently used image

You can assign private images and public images as frequently used images.

Hyper-V IMS provides the self-service image management capability. You can apply for a Hyper-V ECS using a public image, private image, or frequently used image. You can also create a private image using an existing Hyper-V ECS or an external image file.

Advantages

Hyper-V IMS allows you to create private images as required and use the images to apply for Hyper-V ECSs for flexible management. In addition, you can create Hyper-V ECSs in batches using private images. This facilitates unified deployment and upgrade of application systems and improves maintenance efficiency.

Application Scenarios

Hyper-V IMS allows you to create private images as required and use the images to apply for Hyper-V ECSs for flexible management. In addition, you can create Hyper-V ECSs in batches using private images. This facilitates unified deployment and upgrade of application systems and improves maintenance efficiency. Figure 41-6 shows the details.

Figure 41-6 Application scenarios of Hyper-V IMS

Implementation Principles

Logical Architecture

Figure 41-7 shows the logical architecture of Hyper-V IMS.

Figure 41-7 Logical architecture of Hyper-V IMS
Table 41-4 Architecture description

Component Type

Component Name

Details

Cloud service console

Hyper-V IMS UI

Provides the Hyper-V IMS console.

Cloud service

Hyper-V IMS

Processes operations requests from Hyper-V IMS UI.

CoreTask

Processes the Hyper-V IMS operation tasks.

Common component

LVS

Provides level-1 load balancing.

Nginx

Provides level-2 load balancing.

IAM

Provides identity identification and access management for the Hyper-V IMS.

API Gateway

Allows third parties to call the Hyper-V IMS API.

Workflow

Figure 41-8 shows the workflow of Hyper-V IMS.

Figure 41-8 Hyper-V IMS workflow

  1. VDC administrators or VDC operators apply for the Hyper-V image resources from the ManageOne operation plane. Hyper-V Service delivers the operation request to Hyper-V IMS for processing.
  2. CoreTask processes tasks transferred by Hyper-V IMS.
  3. API Gateway distributes requests to System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM).

Related Services

Hyper-V ECS: You can use a Hyper-V image to create a Hyper-V ECS or convert a Hyper-V ECS to a Hyper-V image. Figure 41-9 shows the details.

Figure 41-9 Related services

Accessing and Using Hyper-V IMS

FusionCloud provides a web-based service management platform, which users can access with the ManageOne operation plane.

You can use the ManageOne operation plane to access the cloud service. If you are a VDC administrator, VDC operator, or have the operation rights for the cloud service, you can directly log in to the ManageOne operation plane and choose this cloud service under Product or Console.

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