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FusionCloud 6.3.1.1 Solution Description 04

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Application Scenarios

Application Scenarios

CSHA protects data in the two data centers, providing optimized data security and correctness and ensuring service continuity. CSHA is applicable to the following scenarios.

A disaster occurs in the production center

As showed by Figure 25-1, if a disaster (such as a power outage or fire) occurs in the production center, the CSHA-protected ECSs need to be manually or automatically migrated from the production center to the DR center and the DR ECSs need to be quickly started.

Figure 25-1 A disaster occurs in the production center

A planned downtime

As showed by Figure 25-2, before a planned downtime (due to a planned outage, routine maintenance, or other reasons), the DR administrator needs to enable planned migration of CSHA-protected ECSs from the production center to the DR center with one click, and the DR ECSs need to be quickly started in the DR center. After the planned activity is completed, and migrate data back to the original production center at the right time.

Figure 25-2 A planned downtime
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Updated: 2019-10-23

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