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Huawei's Data Management Engine (DME) is an intelligent storage management platform designed for a wide range of applications, offering convergence, intelligence, and openness. Simply stated, it simplifies storage management and Operations and Maintenance (O&M), improves the operation efficiency of data centers, and automates storage throughout its entire lifecycle.
DME connects to mainstream cloud management platforms and Information Technology Service Management (ITSM) through open APIs, scripts, and plug-ins, enabling the smooth integration into the existing environments and service processes of customers.
Users simply need to log in to a software interface to complete resource provisioning, intelligent O&M, and data protection for data services, simplifying multi-device storage management.
DME centrally manages Huawei storage, third-party storage, switches, and hosts, all through a unified management interface and open southbound APIs.
|Device Management||Storage Device||Huawei's full series of centralized storage, Huawei distributed storage (FusionStorage, OceanStor 100D, OceanStor 9000), and several mainstream third-party storage systems.|
|Storage Device Management Scale||Single-node deployment: (deployment environment memory: 64 GB) ≤ 16 sets; (deployment environment memory: 128 GB) ≤ 35 sets
Three-node deployment: (deployment environment memory: 64 GB) ≤ 48 sets; (deployment environment memory: 128 GB) ≤ 105 sets
|Host||Mainstream operating systems such as Linux, Windows Server, AIX, HP-UX and ESXi.|
|Switch||Huawei OceanStor SNS series, Brocade mainstream models, and CISCO MDS 9000 series.|
|Automatic Allocation||Customized Provisioning||Specifies storage devices and storage pools. Customizes LUN/file system parameters. Creates, modifies, expands, shrinks, maps, and deletes LUNs or file systems. Creates, modifies, and deletes zones and aliases.|
|Pending Planning Task Distribution||Changes in storage resources, host resources, and switch resources support the pending task plan mechanism. Pending tasks support pre-check, review, batch execution, scheduled execution, rights-based operation control, and task change logs.|
|Automated Orchestration||User-defined Ansible automation scripts and automation processes; automatic allocation configurable on an interface; visualized display of automatic log allocation.|
|Service Level Provisioning||Creates, expands, maps, and deletes LUNs based on specified SLAs. Supports switch auto-zoning.|
|Intelligent O&M||Alarm Monitoring||Supports capacity threshold, performance threshold, configuration compliance, recyclable resource identification, alarm masking, aggregation, confirmation, and clearance.|
|E2E Fault Demarcation and Location||Automation of resource provisioning, topology generation, and performance analysis from hosts to switches, storage arrays, and disks.|
|Reports and Dashboard||User-defined capacity, performance, and asset reports; user-defined capacity and performance dashboard.|
|Intelligent Prediction||Supports capacity prediction, performance prediction, and disk health check.|
|Data Mobility||Service level change|
|Deployment Specifications||Operating System||EulerOS; SUSE 12 SP4 and SP5|
|CPU||8-core x 2 GHz CPU|
|Disk Space||800 GB|
|Management Network Bandwidth||100 Mbit/s|
|Compatible Browsers||Browsers||Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, and Internet Explorer.|