What Is the Evolution Path Between Different Network Types in HCS?

Created: Dec 5, 2019 14:28:21Latest reply: Dec 5, 2019 15:12:25 89 3 0 0
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Hello, Community!

Thank you very much for Olive.zhao's reply to each of my questions. I recently learned and deployed Huawei HCS, so there are many problems.

The question I want to consult this time is: What is the evolution path between different network types in HCS?

Thanks!

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piaopiaoran
Created Dec 5, 2019 14:34:07 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hello, have a nice day!
Currently, HCS 6.5 does not support the handover of network types. The implementation difficulties are as follows:
 The non-SDN-based solution uses VLAN, and the SDN-based solution uses VXLAN. When computing resources are migrated from a non-SDN-based solution to a SDN-based solution, migration is implemented on VMs one by one. To ensure normal service running after the migration, non-SDN and SDN resource pools are required.
 Layer 2 interworking (IP addresses remain unchanged) and migrating computing resources from one AZ to another are difficult.

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  • convention:

jingoba
jingoba Created Dec 6, 2019 07:07:24
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piaopiaoran
piaopiaoran Created Dec 5, 2019 14:34:07 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hello, have a nice day!
Currently, HCS 6.5 does not support the handover of network types. The implementation difficulties are as follows:
 The non-SDN-based solution uses VLAN, and the SDN-based solution uses VXLAN. When computing resources are migrated from a non-SDN-based solution to a SDN-based solution, migration is implemented on VMs one by one. To ensure normal service running after the migration, non-SDN and SDN resource pools are required.
 Layer 2 interworking (IP addresses remain unchanged) and migrating computing resources from one AZ to another are difficult.

  • x
  • convention:

jingoba
jingoba Created Dec 6, 2019 07:07:24
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lubna
lubna Created Dec 5, 2019 15:12:25 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

hi jingoba how are you,


The non-SDN-based solution uses VLAN, and the SDN-based solution uses VXLAN. When computing resources are migrated from a non-SDN-based solution to a SDN-based solution, migration is implemented on VMs one by one. To ensure normal service running after the migration, non-SDN and SDN resource pools are required.
  • x
  • convention:

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