Cloud computing architecture

  • Virtualization application planning
  • Enterprise private cloud construction
  • Application service integration
  • Base frame construction
Virtualization is an empirical software technology that enables multiple operating systems and applications to be executed simultaneously on the same server through the resource sharing and resource allocation functions of the virtualization software.
Virtualization can increase IT flexibility, resiliency, and scalability while helping to save a lot of money.
Workload deployment is faster, performance and availability are improved, jobs are automated, IT management is simpler, and holding and operating costs are lower.
As the proportion of enterprise virtualization increases, more and more major services are also running on the virtualization platform. Enterprises will need to upgrade their high-speed networks and use VM-aware storage devices to accommodate them. In the case of more and more service systems, service availability is still ensured. In order to increase the visibility of the virtualization platform, a clear resource management method needs to be introduced to ensure that the virtualization platform can provide sufficient resources to make the service smooth.