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Cloud Resource Pool (NFVI)
TECS Cloud Resource Pool (NFVI) Solution is based on OpenStack, the leading open source cloud management project in the industry, and integrates mainstream computing virtualization technologies (KVM, Docker), storage virtualization technology (Ceph), network virtualization technology, and SDN technologies, etc. Besides, multi-dimensional enhancements have been made on performance, reliability, and O&M capabilities to achieve carrier-grade quality. It includes the following sub products: TECS Cloud Operation System, TECS vSuite Cloud Platform, TECS Container Cloud Platform and TECS CloveStorage, theDistributed Storage System.
1.TECS Cloud Operating System: Based on KVM and OpenStack, it provides the ability of virtualization and management of computing resources. This product has an open architecture, widely compatible with multiple vendors’ IT hardware devices, and provides telecom enhancements to ensure high reliability (> 99.999%) and high performance close to the physical devices.
2.TECS vSuite Cloud Platform: IT industry-oriented virtualized resource pool management platform, which manages the underlying cloud resources and provides standard interfaces up to OpenStack Cloud Platform for docking.
3.ZTE TECS OpenPaletter is a PaaS platform based on the container and Kubernetes cluster management technologies and leveraging the micro-service framework to achieve the convergence of ICT. It implements all-round enhancement to Kubernetes including security, network, storage, computing, cluster management and platform deployment, to provide telcos with an integrated cloud native virtualization environment for application development, O&M and hosting.
4.TECS CloveStorage: It adopts CEPH as distributed storage engine to integrate the storage resources on the servers into a logical resource pool and provide industry-standard object storage, file storage and block storage interfaces for the upper-layer business.