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IT Management

Huawei IT Management provides integrated management for storage devices, servers, VMs, applications, middleware, and services, with easy means of querying the capacity, visualized monitoring of performances, and available services. In this way, eSight streamlines the O&M process, which lowers the skill requirements of O&M engineers and ensures stable services for enterprises.

  • Business Service Management

    Adopts a mapping model for services, IT devices, and applications to monitor the performance and availability of IT devices from the service dimension. Therefore, eSight can quickly diagnose fault causes, analyze the affected service scope, and display the overall running status of enterprise services on a large screen, providing optimized IT services.

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  • Application and Middleware Management

    Provides unified monitoring and configuration management over the operating systems, databases, middleware, web applications, and application systems. With intelligent and visualized management of the service system, eSight improves O&M efficiency and lowers the skill requirements of O&M engineers.

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  • VM Management

    Provides centralized monitoring over virtualized computing devices for unified monitoring of physical and virtual resources. This function can greatly improve O&M engineers’ efficiency and reduce costs.

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  • Server Management

    Provides enterprise customers with an integrated management solution for operating systems and servers to simplify O&M management of servers and improve O&M efficiency.

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  • Storage Management

    Monitors hosts, VMs, switches, and heterogeneous storage devices on the network in a unified manner. This improves enterprises’ management efficiency and ensures reasonable use of storage resources in the physical and virtual environments.

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Availability Monitoring
  • Supports visualized models for the services, IT infrastructure, and application components, and associated interfaces in the service system. Automatically collects service KPIs and graphically displays them on the dashboard and large screen
360-Degree View
  • Provides a multi-dimensional view for each service for visualization of the service running status from different aspects, including the external service status, topology, application alarms, and system load. If faults occur in a service, the IT personnel can easily leverage IT infrastructure resources to troubleshoot, significantly reducing the time required for locating faults and troubleshooting. eSight therefore ensures short service interruption and quick service recovery
Service and Device Association Topology
  • Supports the display of an application system list on alarm, performance, and topology interfaces to show application systems that are associated with the infrastructure. If faults occur in the infrastructure, the affected application systems will be clearly displayed
  • O&M engineers can access the affected application systems through links and quickly evaluate impacts on the application systems
Unified Application Management
Provides unified monitoring and configuration management over mainstream operating systems, databases, middleware, web applications, and application systems, including:
  • Operating systems: Windows, Linux, Solaris, IBM AIX, FreeBSD, and AS400/OS400
  • Databases: Oracle, MySQL, IBM DB2, Sybase, and Informix
  • Application servers: Oracle application servers, JBoss, Tomcat, WebLogic, and IBM WebSphere
  • Middleware: WebLogic Integration, MSMQ, and IBM WebSphere MQ
  • Web servers: Apache, IIS, PHP, and HTTP URL monitors
Application Status Monitoring
  • Operating system monitoring: Utilization of disk, CPUs, memory, and specific processes, as well as disk I/O information
  • Database monitoring: Details about the connection time, request statistics, connection statistics, threads, cache size, database, transaction processing, cache hit rate of queries, query statistics, cache hit rate of requests, and table locks
  • Middleware monitoring: Statistics about the service process details, message channels, message quantity, and sessions
  • Application server monitoring: Details about the availability, transactions, activity time, service response time, web applications, and thread pools
  • Web server monitoring: Details about the availability, response time, total traffic, total accesses, idle threads, activity threads, concurrent accesses, throughput, and average request bytes
Service View
  • Associates services with resources and infrastructures that support key nodes of services, and creates a topology view to facilitate administrators’ quick location of faults
  • Provides the overall online time rate of the service system, and the current and historical statistics of Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) and Mean Time To Repair (MTTR). The information is displayed in graphics, so that O&M engineers can easily record the O&M statistics of the service system and analyze the trend
Log Management
  • Provides centralized monitoring and analytical management of logs, including network and security system logs, system event logs, the UNIX errpt log, and logs of key databases. With this function, O&M engineers can collect the logs of important service systems and perform after-the-fact analysis
Application Report Management
  • Provides various reports on performance statistics, performance comparisons, resource statistics, trend analysis, and availability. These reports are used by O&M engineers as the basis for locating faults and expanding the system
Cluster Management
  • Provides information about basic cluster configurations, CPU and memory utilization statistics, host distribution statistics, and VM distribution statistics, through which O&M engineers can quickly understand the basic information about clusters
  • Provides analysis on historical statistics of the CPU and memory utilization to offer the basis for system and resource optimization
  • On the large screen, O&M engineers can monitor the CPU utilization and memory utilization of the top N clusters with the highest CPU and memory utilization in multiple cloud platforms, so that they can understand the real-time resource utilization of the top N clusters
Host Management
  • Provides information about basic host configurations, CPU and memory utilization statistics, and VM distribution statistics, to support the association between cloud platform systems, clusters, and physical servers, and to improve the O&M efficiency
  • Provides effective basis for the system optimization through historical data analysis on the CPU, memory, and disk utilization, as well as on the inbound/outbound traffic rates of NICs and disk read/write rate
  • On the large screen, O&M engineers can monitor the CPU, memory, and disk utilization, as well as the disk read/write rate of top N hosts in multiple cloud platforms, so that they can understand the real-time resource utilization of the top N clusters, and perform timely O&M management
VM Management
  • Provides historical and statistical curves of key indicators for the VM CPU, memory, and disk utilization, as well as the inbound/outbound traffic rate of NICs, disk read/write rate, and disk read/write latency. Therefore, O&M engineers can understand the historical running status of VMs
  • With eSight, O&M engineers can know the running status of all VMs under the same host, and then analyze the takeover situation of physical ports, CPUs, and memory resources, to determine whether the fault of a VM is caused by other VMs under the same host
  • Through topology views, eSight helps O&M engineers understand the associations between VMs, hosts, clusters, and cloud platform systems, as well as the associated resources status, alarm statistics, and KPIs, so that O&M engineers can quickly understand the association between the VM and the physical resources, and then locate faults
  • In the Network Element Manager, O&M engineers can analyze the inbound/outbound traffic volume of the VM, and can perform detailed analysis based on the specific time range, application, and session
  • With eSight, the top N VMs with CPU and memory utilization higher than 60% and disk utilization higher than 90% will be displayed on the large screen, so that O&M engineers can know the VMs with the highest resource utilization rates, and perform a timely O&M management
  • With eSight, O&M engineers can designate VMs of VIP tenants as key monitoring targets, and then on the home page or large screen to monitor the KPIs, such as the VM status, utilization of the CPU, memory and disks respectively, inbound/outbound traffic rates of NICs, disk read/write rate, and disk read/write latency
Automatic OS Monitoring
  • Through using SNMP, WMI, SSH or Telnet, eSight can automatically monitor the hosts running operating systems such as Windows, AIX, Linux, Solaris, and HP-UX, which helps administrators to locate faults and fault risks in a timely manner
  • Provides monitoring over the server CPUs, memory, disks, system status and hardware status, to ensure that each component of the server is healthy
Hardware Information Management
  • Dynamic server information monitoring: Health status of the CPUs, memory, disks, fans, and power modules
  • Static server information monitoring: Basic information about the server name, IP address, online status, health status, type, mode, descriptions, and information update time, as well as the component information about the power module, fans, CPUs, memory, disks, mainboard, and switch boards
Batch Configuration
  • Provides the batch OS deployment on server devices, supporting mainstream OS such as Window, SUSE, and Red Hat
  • Provides the batch upgrade of the server firmware, including iBMC, BIOS, RAID, CNA, MM, CPLD, and LCD, to improve maintenance efficiency and reduce manpower and travel costs
  • Provides the template-based batch configuration, such as BIOS startup configurations, RAID configurations based on LSI2208 and LSI2308 cards, CAN PF type and VLAN configurations, and the HBA SAN Boot information configuration
Stateless Computing
  • Performs unified management over extracted property information of the server hardware such as the MAC address, IP address, and WWN ID, so that the hardware is stateless
  • Through binding configurations, the stateless computing is plug-and-play that can inherit the original configurations after changing computing nodes
  • When the server is powered on, the configurations are automatically delivered and take effect, requiring no manual operations
Visualized Panel
  • Provides graphical server status information on the visualized panel to display real-time server status in a visualized manner
Remote Maintenance
  • Provides the remote KVM function to facilitate administrators to perform operations on servers remotely
Performance Monitoring
  • Monitors multiple indicators, including I/O latency, IOPS, bandwidth, disk utilization, and CPU utilization to display the performance status of storage devices in real time
Storage Capacity Analysis
  • Provides historical reports and trend analysis on key resources such as the network capacity and storage capacity to help O&M engineers optimize and expand the capacity of storage systems
Storage Network Analysis
  • Displays the status of connections between storage devices and the network, as well as that of hosts, switches, and storage devices on the network clearly to help O&M engineers determine fault impacts, improving fault diagnosis efficiency
Visualized Resources
  • Resource view: Visually displays the logical relationships between ports of devices, controllers, LUNs, block storage pool, and disks.
  • Mapping view: Visually displays the mapping relationships between LUNs, host groups, hosts (initiators), port groups, and ports.
Storage Report
  • Capacity reports for SAN: Includes those for arrays, LUNs, storage pools, thin LUNs, and thin pools.
  • Capacity reports for NAS: Includes those for storage units, thin pools, thin LUNs, file engines, file storage pools, file system shares, file systems, and data disks.
  • Performance statistical reports: Includes those for controllers, front-end hosts’ ports, disks, storage pools, and LUNs.
  • Capacity prediction reports: Includes those for the capacity trends over one day, one week, or one month.
Health Evaluation
  • Based on the status of physical and logical components, faults, as well as alarms and performances, an evaluation model can be developed to give health evaluation scores for storage devices and to locate problems.
Heterogeneous Device Management
  • Manages storage devices of EMC, NetApp, IBM, HP, Inspur, DFT, and Sugon, as well as switches of Brocade and QLogic FC.