FusionSphere is an enterprise-class cloud operating system which helps customers deploy virtual servers, private clouds, public clouds, hybrid clouds, desktop clouds, and NFVI, enabling key services on cloud and facilitating continuous production innovation.
FusionSphere has proven to be among the most cost-effective virtualization platforms available today. FusionSphere employs a bare-metal virtualization engine that consumes less than 5% of physical CPU resources, yet this engine improves server utilization up to 80% and reduces costs for IT infrastructure deployment by 30%. Huawei FusionSphere provides visual templates that allow customers to create virtual data centers, simplifying cloud computing operations.
|Leading Verticals||Cloud Service Providers, Financials, Government & Education, Healthcare, Retail and Telecom|
|Solution Classification||Cloud Orchestration Platform|
FusionSphere’s open and integrated platform provides Huawei’s extended application programming interfaces (APIs). FusionSphere also supports the OpenStack APIs, allowing customers to quickly deploy on-demand cloud services.
When integrated with FusionSphere, the Huawei Cloud Container Engine (CCE) is a scalable, high-performance container service that provides fast application shipping and deployment, automatic O&M, and other Docker container lifecycle management features. CCE also provides the App Designer, a graphical wizard that allows you to create and deploy applications efficiently.
|Enterprise Directory Integration||LDAP and Microsoft Active Directory|
|Performance and Scalability||
Huawei FusionSphere includes a number of parameters for scale such as the maximum number of hosts supported by VRM nodes (1,024), a maximum number of VRM sites that can be cascaded (16), a maximum number of host clusters supported by a VRM (32), and a maximum number of VMs (80,000).