TECS Director’s unified open API provides user with distributed resource pools and services through the VDC-based or Openstack native programming interface.
Building a logically unified cloud resource pool with physically distributed resources, and implementing unified management and display on computing, storage and network resources. It includes DC management, resource management, resource orchestration, resource usage statistic and other capabilities.
Implementing unified management, scheduling and maintenance support for resources in all data centers, and achieving authoring-decentralized and domain-decentralized management. It provide maintenance and displaying staffs with centralized alarm and log analysis. Displaying staff can display the running performance stat of the cloud platform through the performance dashboard. Builder and manager of the cloud platform can use statistic report to implement capacity planning and resource auditing. In addition, TECS Director supports to provide northbound integration capability for other telecom systems.
Packaging cloud resources into services, providing a series of operational support capabilities such as end-to-end service provisioning based on service directory, service display, service metering and service level management. TECS Director is responsible for the operating management of VDC services (VDC products), including the production and consumption of VDC services and user management during the process. VDC services include virtual machine, cloud disk, VNF, application modules, VAPP and other sub-services.
Displaying operation and maintenance (O&M) data to users through the web interface, including user self-service portal and administrator portal. Through the user self-service portal, users can subscribe cloud services and manage existing virtualized assets, including the use and release of virtual resources. Through the unified interface for O&M provided by the administrator portal, the administrator implement unified management and maintenance on cloud resources, including unified management of virtual resources and physical resources, unified management of heterogeneous virtual resources, automatic resource configuration, resource and topology display.