On 10/13/2016 04:02 AM, Zhenyu Zheng wrote:
Hi All,

We would like to propose FusionCompute driver to become an official Nova

FusionCompute is an computing virtualization software developed by
Huawei, which can provide tuned high-performance and high reliabilities
in VM instance provisioning, clustered resource pool management, and
intelligent HA/FT scheduling.

The concepts and technical details for FusionCompute could be found in:

What benefit besides marketing does Huawei get from "integrating" FusionCompute with OpenStack? From looking at the wiki page above, FusionCompute's product line essentially duplicates a half-dozen or more OpenStack services, including Nova's scheduler, Nova's compute workers, Nova's administrative APIs, Neutron, Cinder, Designate, Octavia, Barbican, and Heat in a monolithic single cloud management application.

What technical benefit do you see from writing a Nova virt driver that calls the Huawei Compute Management Agent, which then calls the Huawei Virtual Resource Manager clustered resource management system?


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