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FusionCloud 6.3.1.1 Solution Description 04

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Application Scenarios

Application Scenarios

You can configure and select disk types with different service levels based on your application requirements for flexible deployment.

NoSQL or Relational Database

The service core database needs to support massive access at traffic peaks, and requires disks with persistent and stable high performance and low latency. You can use the disk type with ultra-high performance to implement a combination of excellent performance and superior reliability, meeting the high requirements for low latency and high I/O performance in data-intensive scenarios, such as NoSQL and relational databases. Figure 8-28 shows the architecture in these scenarios. Disks with ultra-high performance service levels can meet the following performance requirements:

  • The latency is shorter than 1 ms.
  • The performance is between 2000 IOPS/TB to 20000 IOPS/TB.
  • Typical configurations: Enterprise storage Dorado 5000 V3 is selected for backend storage, 25 1 TB, 2 TB, or 4 TB SSDs are configured for every dual controllers, and RAID 6 is configured. Deduplication and compression functions are enabled, and a maximum of four controllers and 50 disks (30 TB, 60 TB, or 120 TB) are configured for a single system.
Figure 8-28 Architecture in the NoSQL or relational database scenario

Data Warehouse

In scenarios with intensive data reads, deploy data warehouses, such as Oracle RAC and SAP HANA, and it is recommended that you use the disk type with high performance to meet the application requirements on low latency, high read and write speed, and large throughput. Figure 8-29 shows the architecture in these scenarios. Disks with high performance service levels can meet the following performance requirements:

  • The delay ranges from 1 to 3 ms.
  • The performance is between 500 IOPS/TB to 4000 IOPS/TB.
  • Typical configuration 1: OceanStor 6800 V5 is selected for backend storage, 50 1.92 TB, 3.84 TB, or 7.68 TB SSDs are configured for every dual controllers, and RAID 5 is configured. A maximum of eight controllers and 200 disks (300 TB, 600 TB, or 1200 TB) are configured for a single system.
  • Typical configuration 2: FusionStorage is selected for backend storage. RH2288H V5 servers are used. 12 4 TB, 6 TB, 8 TB, or 10 TB SATA disks are configured. Three-duplicate mode is adopted. One 1.6 TB or 3.2 TB SSD is configured. The total available space on each node is about 15.2 TB, 22.8 TB, 30.4 TB, or 38 TB.
Figure 8-29 Architecture in the data warehouse scenario

Enterprise Application System

In these scenarios, key enterprise applications, such as SAP, Microsoft Exchange, and Microsoft SharePoint, are deployed. These scenarios, such as common databases, application VMs, and middleware VMs, require relatively low performance but rich enterprise-class features. It is recommended that you use the disk type with medium performance. Figure 8-30 shows the architecture in these scenarios. Disks with medium performance service levels can meet the following performance requirements:

  • The delay ranges from 3 ms to 10 ms.
  • The performance is between 250 IOPS/TB to 1000 IOPS/TB.
  • Typical configuration 1: OceanStor 5500 V5 is selected for backend storage. Every dual controllers have fewer than 250 disks, including ten 1.92 TB, 3.84 TB, or 7.68 TB SSDs and fewer than 240 600 GB, 1.2 TB, or 1.8 TB SAS disks. RAID 5 is configured. A single system supports a maximum of six controllers and 750 disks (360 TB, 720 TB, or 1116 TB).
  • Typical configuration 2: FusionStorage is selected for backend storage. 5288 V3 servers are used. 36 2 TB, 4 TB, 6 TB, or 8 TB SATA disks are configured. Three-duplicate mode is adopted. Two 1.6 TB or 3.2 TB SSDs are configured. The total available space on each node is about 22.8 TB, 45.6 TB, 68.4 TB, or 91.2 TB.
Figure 8-30 Architecture in the enterprise application system scenario

Development and Test

In these scenarios, development and test applications are deployed. It is recommended that you use the disk type with common performance to meet the requirements of development, test, deployment, and O&M. Figure 8-31 shows the architecture in these scenarios. Disks with common performance service levels can meet the following performance requirements:

  • The delay ranges from 10 to 20 ms.
  • The performance is between 5 IOPS/TB to 25 IOPS/TB.
  • Typical configuration: OceanStor 5300 V5 is selected for backend storage. Every dual controllers have fewer than 396 disks (2 TB/4 TB/6 TB/8 TB/10 TB NL-SAS disks). RAID 6 is configured. A single system supports a maximum of two controllers (612 TB/1224 TB/1840 TB/2460 TB/3060 TB).
Figure 8-31 Architecture in the development and test scenario
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Updated: 2019-10-23

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