Huawei’s open cloud operating system (OS) FusionSphere passed the Suse Yes Certified test.
As a cloud computing software product, Huawei OpenStack-based FusionSphere is compatible with diversified servers, storage systems, and mainstream virtualization platforms as well as enterprise-class application software, providing virtualization and management features for enterprise and operator customers. The Open Telekom Cloud launched by Deutsche Telekom at CeBIT 2016 adopts Huawei FusionSphere as its system architecture software for FusionSphere’s openness, convergence, and agility.
The Suse Yes Certified test is widely respected in the industry and represents compatibility of Suse’s products with third party products. A comprehensive list of products with the Yes Certified mark is of great value for Suse, partners, customers, and end users.
In the Suse Yes Certified test with Huawei FusionSphere, the virtual machines (VMs) are SUSE(r) Linux Enterprise Server 12 for AMD64 and Intel64, the mother board is Tecal RH2288H V2-8S, the CPU is 2 Intel Xeon Processor E5-2620 v2 2.10 GHz, the host platform RAM is 96GB, the 64-bit VM guests is 8 GB, and the single maximum guest tested memory is 64GB. All full virtualisation (FV) guests are tested with para virtualized (PV) drivers installed. The Suse Linux Enterprise Server 12 drivers are supplied by FusionSphere.
With the flexible combination of components, FusionSphere is applied to virtualization, private cloud, public cloud, and hybrid cloud. Huawei Cloud Computing is committed to building open architecture and win-win ecosystem in order to make enterprises’ IT transformation simpler. By the end of December 2015, Huawei had deployed more than 1,4-million VMs in 108 countries and regions, serving over 2500 customers in the government and public sector in addition to operator, energy, finance, and other industries. Till now, FusionSphere has passed the compatibility tests of multiple partners such as Microsoft and Standard Software.