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.
|Category||NFV Orchestration, Management, including Service Orchestration|
|Managment and Orchestration Functions||NFV Orchestrator|
FusionSphere provides an integrated, enterprise-class OS for migrating to fully virtualized and distributed IT infrastructure. FusionSphere is a a cloud-based infrastructure solution for today’s most resource-intensive enterprise applications and supports the centralized management of multiple data centers (DC) across regions of up to 100 DCs. FusionSphere creates a personal datacenter for each users and FusionStorage and UltraVR components provide backup and disaster recovery services.
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As of January 2017, Huawei had won over 170 contracts for cloud core networks. In addition, Huawei is a strategic partner and co-innovator with Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom, and other global leading operators on their Cloud Native strategies. At MWC 2017, Huawei presented a Cloud Native demonstration developed with Vodafone.
|Key Customers||Huawei FusionSphere is already being used in more than 40 countries and regions throughout the globe and in a wide variety of fields including government, public utilities, telecommunication, energy, finance, transportation, health care, education, media, manufacturing and other industries.|
|Industry Standards Participation||Broadband Forum, OpenStack Foundation, OASIS, MEF, OPNFV and ETSI NFV ISG|
|Linux Foundation Projects||Cloud Foundry, Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Core Embedded Linux, FD.IO, IO Visor, Open Container Initiative, OpenDaylight, ONOS, OVS and OpenSwitch|
|Supported VIMs||OpenStack and VMware vRealize/vCAC/vCD|
|NFVI or VNF Integration||FusionSphere OpenStack uses third-party operation and maintenance (O&M) systems. FusionSphere OpenStack uses northbound interfaces to monitor, manage, and use the infrastructure and virtual resources.|