ZTE uSmartDC Cloud Data Center solution

ZTE uSmartDC Cloud Data Center solution

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ZTE uSmartDC

ZTE’s uSmartDC solution can manage multiple data centres using its innovative multisite management technology. Supported by an effective Configuration Management Database (CMDB), it combines user and resource services giving you more control over your enterprise infrastructure.

  1. Highly integrated
  • uSmartDC’s central management system is a purpose-built system giving you scheduling, collaboration, mobility, networking, security, video, and support services – all from a single source
  • Combining multiple data centres into one central cloud-based source unifies your data management for improved efficiency
  1. Safe and reliable
  • ZTE’s unique VXLAN border gateway protocol makes it easier to scale out a cloud data centre while separately managing cloud apps and tenants ensuring a secure and reliable network
  • Network virtualisation and SDN technology enables flexibility by allowing workloads to be placed anywhere, along with the traffic separation required in a multitenant environment
  • Using the Keystone rights management platform allows for effective domain separation into administrator, tenant and user
  1. Simpler data management
  • With OpenStack architecture, uSmartDC provides support for coexisting virtual machines, bare-metal hosts, and physical service appliances
  • Deployed as a VXLAN gateway, OpenStack creates a common forwarding domain to improve connectivity
  • uSmartDC is designed to effectively manage data centre resources and supports major hypervisors such as KVM, Xen and VMware
  • Effectively manage your storage with ZTE’s unified storage system installed as standard. Alternatively, ZYE’s system can integrate NAS and SAN solutions from a range of other manufacturers using a plug-in
  • uSmartDC enables a data centre to support network services appliances, such as physical firewalls, load balancers, and storage devices, providing connectivity between the VLAN and VXLAN segments

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