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Question: 52
The operation process of the incremental of LUN copy in storage array, which is correct?
A. create LUN copy- > create resource pool- > select the source array and the source LUN- >select the target
array and the target LUN- > start LUN copy
B. create LUN copy- > select the source array and the source LUN- > select the target array and the target
LUN- > create resource pool- > start LUN copy
C. create resource pool- > create LUN copy- > select the source array and the source LUN- > select the target
array and the target LUN- > start LUN copy
D. all above statement are wrong
Answer: C
Question: 53
In the synchronous remote copy of storage array, if copy link break, will lead to the corresponding business
interruption in host.
A. True
B. False
Answer: A
Question: 54
When add LUN from S5000T configured asynchronous remote replication, Set the type to " timer wait begin at the
same time " Timing length is 720 minutes " Assuming 10:00 start synchronization, Synchronization process takes 100
minutes, so what is the time for the start of the next synchronization?
A. 23:40:00
B. 22:00:00
C. next day at 11:40
D. next day at 10:00
Answer: B
Question: 55
Multipath install failure in Windows platform in the case of old version do not completely uninstall, which of the
following method can solve the problem? (Select two Answers)
A. delete the current setup of UltraPath for Windows, restart the host and reinstall.
B. in the registry search UltraPath registry key, delete the related key values of UltraPath in registry
C. run Setup.exe in installation disk of SUPPORTTOOLS, install reg.exe registry program
D. The PATH variable value in system add "%SystemRoot%system32; %SystemRoot%" and reinstall
Answer: AB
Question: 56
For backup and disaster, what size of striping depth are recommended the common used?
A. 8K
B. 16K-128K
C. 64K
D. more than 64K
Answer: D
Question: 57
Which of the following command can check kernel version information in linux system?
A. showname
B. uname -a
C. ls
D. linux-release
Answer: B
Question: 58
How to troubleshooting whether there is impact performance of failure hard disk in storage system (slow)?
A. under CLI check RAID LUN state, whether if it is abnormal
B. in storage debug mode, through the command of iostat -x -d 1 to check IO of storage system, the average
service time of some disk (svctm) over a period of time is obviously more than other disk, %util is close to
100%, and other disk are free, can judge the hard disk performance
C. on host side check LUN IO state under multipath
D. check the link state in host side and ISM storage interface
Answer: B
Question: 59
About storage network management software, which description is wrong?
A. equipment management can manage storage array device
B. business management, business flow management
C. topology display, visual display device of the current topology connection status
D. DHA service management, hard disk health data/performance data
Answer: A
Question: 60
The failure of install multipath is mostly due to compatibility, which components mainly needs to consider compatible
when install multipath? (Select three Answers)
A. with OS specific version
B. with HBA card
C. server system hard disk drive
D. with iSCSI initiator software
Answer: ABD
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China looks set to invest heavily in cloud computing. How will firms like Amazon and Microsoft respond?

On a accurate trip to Beijing and Shanghai to attend Huawei's analyst summit, Gartner analyst Lydia Long learned that Huawei is planning to become a one-stop-shop ‘cloud computing’ provider. In other words, Huawei will not only be making network equipment, it will be developing infrastructure-as-a-service software (the cloud stack) needed to provide a public ‘cloud’ like Microsoft's Azure or Amazon's EC2.

If Huawei's strategy in obtaining market share for its hardware is any indication, Microsoft, Amazon, Google, and other public and private cloud providers should prepare to have their pricing model ripped to shreds. In addition, the executives of companies who intend to move their data to the cloud would be well-advised to re-think their cloud service provider requirements, moving beyond the question of who is the lowest cost provider and thinking about who will add security guarantees to their service level agreement. Still, I also wouldn't be surprised if Huawei took the initiative to become the first cloud provider to revolutionize SLAs with exactly that kind of provision, considering that Huawei Symantec LLC is developing secure data storage devices for just such a service.

Huawei isn’t the only Chinese company that's investing heavily in the cloud. Cloud computing has been designated a strategic technology by the Chinese State Council in its 12th Five Year plan and placed under the control of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). MIIT will be funding research and development for SaaS (Software as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service), and IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) models as well as virtualization technology, distributed storage technology, massive data management technology, and other unidentified core technologies.  Orient Securities LLC has predicted that by 2015, cloud computing in China will be a 1 trillion yuan market.

According to the US-China Council website, MIIT was created in 2008 and absorbed some functions from other departments including COSTIND (Commission of Science, Technology, and Industry for National Defense):

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‘From COSTIND, MIIT will inherit functions relating to the management of the defence industry, with a scope that covers the national defence department, the China National Space Administration, and certain administrative responsibilities of other major defence-oriented state companies such as the China North Industries Co. and China State Shipbuilding Corp. MIIT will also control weapons research and production in both military establishments and dual-role corporations, as well as R&D and production relating to “defence conversion”—the conversion of military facilities to non-military use.’

Beijing has a dedicated 7,800 square metre industrial area called Cloud Valley that’s home to 10 companies focusing on various aspects of cloud technology such as distributed data centres, cloud servers, thin terminals, cloud storage, cloud operating systems, intelligent knowledge bases, data mining systems, and cloud system integration. Clearly, China has made a serious commitment to cloud computing for the long term. This doesn't portend well for today's private cloud service providers like NetApp or public cloud providers like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft; especially if buying decisions are made on price.

Jeffrey Carr is an IT security analyst and the author of 'Inside Cyber Warfare: Mapping the Cyber Underworld' (O'Reilly Media, 2009). His blog can be found here.

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Huawei builds on cloud-centric IT Strategy at Huawei Cloud Congress Cairo

Huawei today underscored its ambition to maximize value for customers by simplifying IT systems and making businesses agile with more open, converged, and innovative technologies, at the Huawei Cloud Congress Cairo(HCC Cairo) 2015. At the event, Huaweihas launched converged storage and showcased a series of innovative IT solutions – including data centers, converged storage, cloud operating systems (OS) and Big Data analytics platforms – that bring to life Huawei’s vision to "Make IT Simple, Make Business Agile."

Only the first day of HCC Cairo event has gathered over 280 customers, partners and industry professionals around the northern Africa to share insights and promote dialogue on industry trends and syllabus around cloud computing and Big Data. The event will continue for the next two days.  Huawei’s partners across the ecosystem, including Inteland SAP joined the meeting and took the keynote speech.

"Huawei is committed to be a leading IT company, recognized by enterprises and telecom operators for our innovative, differentiated and industry-leading products and solutions," said Yangtao, the president of Huawei in Egypt. "The products and solutions that Huawei is showcasing at HCC Cairo this year are all based on our commitment to provide customers with open, converged and innovative technologies that enable them to simplify their traditional IT infrastructure, Improve business agility and create greater value."

When talking about the Huawei Cloud Congress (HCC) Cairo 2015, Mr. Yangtao highlighted, “There is landmark significance for us, especially in the cloud-based ICT transformation era. As the flagship event of Huawei Technologies, HCC has been held annually in China and overseas countries, while it is the firstyear landing in Egypt.”

Rapid developments in the digital world are redefining information technology. We will see increasing mobility-based data consumption, Internet of Things (IoT)-based data collection, Big Data-based data analytics, and cloud-based data sharing in the near future. Enterprise IT consumption models are also changing: the equipment-centric model is evolving into one that centers on applications and services, and independent data management and operation and maintenance (O&M) will evolve into unified management and operations. Future-proof enterprise data centers will need to be service-driven.

One of the flagship solutions unveiled at HCC Cairo is Huawei’s OceanStor V3. Huawei OceanStor is the industry’s first converged storage system and features five key convergence capabilities.

First, by converging SAN and NAS, OceanStor reduces investment costs by more than 15% and improves space utilization by 50% over traditional systems. OceanStor also supports the convergence of equipment from multiple vendors, achieving smooth data migration, and enabling customers to boost utilization and protect their existing storage asset. In addition, the system’s converged performance and capacity make it possible to quickly adapt to service needs, switching nimbly between SSD and HDD to achieve the ideal balance between performance and capacity. The convergence of high-end to entry-level storage enables efficient data flow through different data storage levels according to its value to maximize the value of that data, and reduces the cost of utilization by 60%. Lastly, with a converged data lifecycle, where primary storage and backup storage is integrated, customers do not need to purchase dedicated backup software and backup servers, and can achieve data backup within second-level.

As part of its commitment to meeting customer needs in the storage domain, Huawei continuously innovates by leveraging its core technologies and expertise. In particular, the development of Huawei's storage products has been guided by the approach of "Intelligence on Demand, Convergence for the Future."

Huawei is also unveiling the data center facility such as FusionServer E9000,UPS & IDS, Micro DC,network,data center management solution (ManageOne and eSight),virtualization and cloud solution.Open cloud platform and the OceanStor converged storage system, both of which are key components of the SD-DC² architecture.

SD-DC² enables efficient operation and management of both traditional and new services, as well as allows more flexible sharing and allocation of IT resources through service awareness, and ultimately supports customers in making business transformation and innovation more agile.

Designed for enterprise and carrier customers, Huawei’s FusionSphere cloud OS helps customers deploy server virtualization, private cloud, public cloud, and hybrid cloud services on demand. Since its launch, Huawei has built more than 120 cloud data centers based on the FusionSphere cloud OS in 42 countries and regions for customers across industries – including public sector, telecom, energy, finance, transportation, healthcare, education, media, and manufacturing – supporting the integration and optimization of existing data centers and service platforms, and enhancing service system reliability and IT operating efficiency.

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Huawei Cloud and IDA Held the Media & Entertainment Summit 2023

Unlocking New Productivity and Innovations of Indonesia's Digital Media Industry

JAKARTA, Indonesia, May 31, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- On May 30, Huawei Cloud and Indonesia Digital Association (IDA) jointly held the Media & Entertainment Summit with the theme of Unlock New Growth in Media & Entertainment with Huawei Cloud in Jakarta. Industry leaders, experts, and entrepreneurs from more than 80 media industry organizations, such as MNC and Kompas, had in-depth discussions on syllabus such as user experience improvement, content production efficiency improvement, and business model innovation, to explore new opportunities created by cloud advancement in the media & entertainment industry.

Dian Gemiano, Chairman of IDA
Dian Gemiano, Chairman of IDA

Dian Gemiano, Chairman of IDA, said in his speech that video has become the largest segment in Indonesia's media & entertainment industry, which is undergoing industry transformation. Cloud technologies play an important role in the efficiency, quality, and user experience of content delivery. IDA will advance collaboration with local media & entertainment companies to promote innovation on the cloud, explore more opportunities and achieve more success.

Arifin Asydhad, Chairman of Indonesia Chief Editors Forum and Editor-in-Chief Kumparan.com
Arifin Asydhad, Chairman of Indonesia Chief Editors Forum and Editor-in-Chief Kumparan.com

Arifin Asydhad, Chairman of Indonesia Chief Editors Forum and Editor-in-Chief Kumparan.com, shared his experience on media content writing: by adopting cloud technology, editors can enhance their digitization, content production and distribution capabilities. This can help them narrow the existing digital divide in the Indonesian media industry and compete more effectively in the digital age.

Rio Anugrah, Head of Corporate IT Application MNC Media and CTO of MNC Digital (RCTI+ & ROOV)
Rio Anugrah, Head of Corporate IT Application MNC Media and CTO of MNC Digital (RCTI+ & ROOV)

Rio Anugrah, Head of Corporate IT Application MNC Media and CTO of MNC Digital (RCTI+ & ROOV), shared their success story with Huawei Cloud. He pointed out that the increasingly fierce competition in the media & entertainment industry reveals the importance of user experience. To stay relevant, RCTI+ has reached a strategic cooperation agreement with Huawei Cloud. Huawei Cloud's Live origin server unleashes efficient video processing and distribution and data-driven resource scheduling. These capabilities helped RCTI+ smoothly broadcast the AFF Championship final game live, despite 3.3 million concurrent online users who drove the bandwidth peak to 800 Gbit/s. The final game was livestreamed to viewers at an ultra-low latency. Huawei Cloud helps RCTI+ enhance user experience and acquire more users.

Johnsons Kwok, Head of Product Development KG Media
Johnsons Kwok, Head of Product Development KG Media

Johnsons Kwok, Head of Product Development KG Media, presented how Huawei Cloud help to Improve scalability, unlock new experience and growth, pointed out that reliable CDN help to accelerate the news content to users and scalable computing resources help to handle the breaking news or other peak traffic news.

Jamy Lyu, President of Huawei Cloud Media Service Product Dept, delivered a keynote speech entitled Media Service to Media Infrastructure: Unleashing Potential for Industries. In his speech, Mr. Lyu observed that the audio and video technology is becoming one of the core technologies that fuel industries. Adhering to the strategy of Everything as a Service, Huawei Cloud provides cloud native media infrastructure that consists of one ecosystem, two service types, three engines, and four core capabilities. Huawei Cloud leverages the scenario-specific solutions of ecosystem partners to enable the digitalization of Indonesia's media & entertainment industry.

Jamy Lyu, President of Huawei Cloud Media Service Product Dept
Jamy Lyu, President of Huawei Cloud Media Service Product Dept

One ecosystem: Huawei Cloud distills expertise of partners into cloud services and products and works with partners to build an ecosystem for industries.

Two service types: The cloud native media infrastructure of Huawei Cloud provides content production and real-time interaction services for partners and developers.

Three engines: Huawei Cloud offers cloud native graphics engine, spatial engine, and audio and video engine to enable the creation, growth, and application of digital content on the cloud.

Four core capabilities: With a focus on media, Huawei Cloud redefines cloud infrastructure capabilities, including computing, networking, AI, and blockchain, to evolve from Cloud for Computing to Cloud for Media.

At the event, the virtual avatar of Mr. Lyu introduced the core advantages of Huawei Cloud in Indonesia's media & entertainment industry. Mr. Lyu believed that the metaverse has become a trending subject in digital economy. In the future, virtual spaces where virtual and real humans interact with each other in real time will emerge across industries, and permeate every facet of our life such as socialization, work, and entertainment. Users are interested in using virtual avatars to enter the virtual world and interact with others around the world in real time. Application providers focus on providing creative and interactive 3D applications to Improve content and attract more users and traffic.

James Tan, Vice President of Solution and Sales, Huawei Cloud APAC
James Tan, Vice President of Solution and Sales, Huawei Cloud APAC

James Tan, Vice President of Solution and Sales, Huawei Cloud APAC, delivered a keynote speech entitled Huawei Cloud Media Infrastructure Enables Media Industry Innovation. In the speech, Mr. Tan showcased how Huawei Cloud facilitates seamless and efficient collaboration between content creators around the world to boost content production efficiency. Huawei Cloud released Workspace, the next-generation cloud office service. This service integrates design and rendering functions, supports one-click desktop sharing and remote collaborative office work, greatly improving remote office efficiency. In addition, Huawei Cloud has released the virtual human production service and built a new digital content production pipeline with partners to automate the entire procedure of virtual human creation on the cloud, including editing, modeling, rigging, control, and rendering.

To meet real-time interaction requirements, Huawei Cloud also provides media service capabilities such as OTT solution, Low Latency Live (LLL), and 3D enterprise space. Huawei Cloud is developing an OTT solution to provide customers with one-stop services covering livestreaming, VOD, media processing, and CDN for content distribution. Low Latency Live (LLL) delivers a live latency less than 800 ms and supports smooth real-time interaction between viewers and streamers. All these capabilities are catalyzing new growth of the media and entertainment industry.

Looking ahead, Huawei Cloud hopes to help the digital media industry go cloud to shatter industry barriers, and work with partners and customers to bridge the industry gap. The Huawei Cloud media infrastructure enables Indonesia's media & entertainment industry to Improve user experience and content production efficiency. Huawei Cloud will explore new business models together with the digital media industry and redefine the industry productivity with new experience, efficiency, and evolution.

Tue, 30 May 2023 22:43:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.asiaone.com/business/huawei-cloud-and-ida-held-media-entertainment-summit-2023
Huawei, FinTechNGR back cloud adoption in Nigeria

By Chukwuma Umeorah

Huawei, global provider of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and FinTech Association of Nigeria (FinTechNGR) has jointly published a white paper on the adoption of financial technology and cloud services in Nigeria in a bid to develop the nation’s financial industry.

The white paper titled, “Nigerian FinTech’s Cloud Adoption” focuses on Huawei deployment of cloud services and operation in the nations fintech industry and how to provide guidance for businesses that are adopting cloud services.

Speaking at the launch in Lagos on Friday, the Vice President of Huawei Cloud Nigeria, Paul Adigu, while noting that innovation and stability were the major driving factors in the nation’s fintech space assured that the company was resilient in addressing the visible challenges in the industry through cutting edge technology and innovative solutions available in its cloud services.

According to him, “Nigerian finTech’s cloud adoption White paper analysed the current situation, requirements and challenges of the fintech industry and how to solve these challenges through cloudification. The cloud adoption framework provides guidance for small- and medium-sized enterprises to migrate to the cloud, use and manage it while supporting fintech to accelerate cloud-based transformation.” 

He added that all necessary planning and infrastructure has been put in place to achieve their goal, saying, “We have rolled out notable global infrastructures that cuts across storage, cloud computing and networking. As a leading provider of cloud services across the world, we are intensifying our efforts at deepening penetration and promoting the adoption of cloud services for businesses in Nigeria, especially fintechs.

“We want to ensure affordability of cloud migration, security resilience and provide higher speed of cloud interaction on their platforms,” he added.

While noting that users of its cloud services were guaranteed maximum security of their data owing to its sophisticated end-to-end security and artificial intelligence services, Adigu also assured that their operations were in line with regulations and best practices. 

Vice President of FinTechNGR, Stanley Jacob revealed that the collaboration was necessitated by the desire to create sustainable ideas for fintech in the country and to step up the advocacy for adoption of cloud technology with particular focus on the Nigerian market.

Jacob who was represented by the AGM, Project and Relationships at FinTechNGR, Seun Folorunsho commended the partnership while higlighting the prospects of cloud in Nigeria and how Huawei can help simplify and lessen the cost of migrating to the cloud while extending several other professional services in that space.

“When thinking about cloud adoption in the FinTech industry, four aspects to consider include regulatory compliance, cloud security, cloud native, and operational costs and we can assure our users of satisfaction in these areas.”

He however noted that the industry needed more work in terms of regulations. “We are equally working with regulators like the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), National Information Development Agency (NITDA) and others to ensure our operations are in line with regulations while also providing them with data intelligence to understand the ecosystem better,” he explained.

Jacob who also identified insufficient funding for startups in the space and scarcity of skill set owing to the exodus of talents as some of the challenges bedeviling the industry urged for concerted efforts by government, regulators, fintech companies and all relevant stakeholders to in addressing the issues and proffering sustainable solutions.

The Group Head, Retail Banking at Zenith bank, Lanre Oladimeji who was also at the event asked stakeholders and participants to leverage the ideas embedded in the white paper to build stronger collaboration between FinTech and existing enterprises and to boost the nation’s financial industry while contributing to the growth of the country.

Sun, 28 May 2023 14:05:00 -0500 en text/html https://sunnewsonline.com/huawei-fintechngr-back-cloud-adoption-in-nigeria/
Biden should sanction Huawei Cloud, other Chinese firms -senators No result found, try new keyword!WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A group of nine Republican senators on Tuesday urged the Biden administration to impose sanctions on Huawei Cloud and other Chinese cloud service providers, citing national ... Tue, 25 Apr 2023 11:38:00 -0500 text/html https://www.msn.com/en-my/news/politics/biden-should-sanction-huawei-cloud-other-chinese-firms-senators/ar-AA1akkPV CARRO and Huawei Cloud APAC deepen ongoing cloud collaboration

The MOU aims to collaborate on the development of cloud based digital solutions with future technology powered by Huawei Cloud

SHENZHEN, China, April 27, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- CARRO, the Singapore's largest AI-driven used car that offers a full-stack service for all aspects of car ownership and Huawei Cloud APAC today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to continuously deepen ongoing cloud collaboration. Huawei Cloud will play a role and provide its expertise as the technology partner and solution integrator for project planning and implementation using Huawei Cloud's solution and related partner integrated digital solution, and to support CARRO's technology development for future business expansion in the field of AI, website hosting, image recognition, data science development. The Parties will jointly plan for joint marketing programmes that are mutually-agreed by both Parties, which may include but not limited to, summits, events, webinars and memorandum of understanding/collaboration ceremonies.

Bryan Tan, Chief Data Scientist and CEO of CARRO Indonesia, said, "As technologies especially Cloud increasingly play an important role in our society, we believe today's milestone is vital for the CARRO to enhance its Cloud technology infrastructure which is aligned with the online vehicle transaction digital transformation. With Huawei Cloud's strong support, cloud will be the important factor to enable CARRO to become a digitalization and intelligence leading company in the APAC."

Mr. Zeng Xingyun, President of Huawei Cloud APAC said that the partnership between CARRO and Huawei Cloud is an important part of Huawei's commitment to "Grow in Singapore, Contribute to Singapore". He expected that with Huawei Cloud's expertise in the Singapore market and its establishment of Cloud services in the country in accurate years, Huawei customers can fully grow their business with less complex process and all of customers' data would be stored in Singapore with high service availability. Our long-term focus on investing in Asia Pacific markets, with the launch of AZ5 in Singapore in 2022. We're sure to serve CARRO's business well.

In the Asia-Pacific region, Huawei Cloud is the fastest growing mainstream public cloud provider among the top 5 vendors. It has become one of the best partners in enterprise digital transformation. It has served more than 30 financial customers, more than 100 government customers, and more than 200 Internet and cloud-native value customers in the Asia-Pacific region. It also has local service teams in more than 10 Asia-Pacific countries.

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Huawei Cloud unveils startup programme for SMEs to go digital

Working with regional partners, Huawei Cloud has launched a Startup Programme for the Middle East, Central Asia and Africa to aid SMEs to go digital.

 The initiative provides SMEs in these regions with Huawei cloud credits, technical support, talent development training, and business resources to drive their growth. 

The Huawei Cloud Startup Programme was launched on the sidelines of the Huawei Cloud Summit Middle East & Africa 2023 in Dubai. Under the theme of 'Inspire Innovation with Everything as a Service', the Summit brought together over 300 government leaders, cloud-native industry experts, and customer representatives from the Middle East, Central Asia, and Africa to explore how to make the best out of cloud and the vital role of cloud in driving digital economy growth in the region.

The programme demonstrates Huawei's commitment to building a regional startup ecosystem to empower 1000 startups in the region to innovate and grow on Huawei Cloud by 2025. 

The launch ceremony was attended by representatives from the UAE Ministry of Economy, Middle East incubator GEN Asia, Dinarak - Jordan’s licensed payment services provider, Ignite – a non-profit company owned by the Government of Pakistan and administered by the Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication, and Kuwait’s startup representatives Eyon TV, One Global, and Empower. 

SMEs the backbone

Frank Dai, the President of Huawei Cloud Middle East and Central Asia, said: "SMEs are the backbone of the regional economy. However, small businesses struggle to digitise their processes, thus missing out on the immense opportunities of the digital economy. Huawei wants to empower regional entrepreneurs with the tools to succeed in the digital age by adopting cloud services; we believe the Huawei Cloud Startup Programme is an essential building block for growth in the modern age, and by empowering more SMEs with such programmes, we can jointly cultivate a robust technology ecosystem in the region."  

The summit also provided an opportunity to explore the latest innovations in cloud-native technologies. Cloud-native has emerged as an essential driver of digital transformation, with Gartner predicting that 95% of digital services will run on cloud-native platforms by 2025. Cloud-native greatly improves productivity and imposes increasing requirements on digital capabilities. 

More industries are going digital and many have entered Cloud Native 2.0. The concept of Cloud Native 2.0 was first proposed by Huawei Cloud, and it is a new phase for an intelligent upgrade of enterprises. The move to cloud changes from "On Cloud" to "In Cloud", where applications and services are not only migrated to the cloud but also being built on the cloud. 

Cloud Native Elite Cloud

Together with Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT), and industry experts, Huawei Cloud founded Cloud Native Elite Cloud, a global cloud native community, to boost the cloud native ecosystem. In the Cloud Native 2.0 era, a new cloud-native enterprise is no longer a possibility, but a reality. 

As a cloud enabler, Huawei Cloud leverages key technologies to support growth across regional industries. The KooVerse global infrastructure of Huawei Cloud that delivers an excellent cloud experience of 50ms latency greatly benefits the industry that requires demanding real-time audio and video services. 

Meanwhile, CCE Turbo is Huawei Cloud's flagship container service that runs on a cloud-native infrastructure, helping customers increase their resource utilisation by 40%. 

These technologies, combined with Huawei Cloud's superb computing capabilities, empower enterprises to become more agile and efficient. Huawei Cloud released the Cloud Native 2.0 Architecture White Paper, aiming to enable local customers with full-stack cloud-native capabilities to take a quantum leap to the future.-- TradeArabia News Service

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TOGL and Huawei Cloud Sign MOU for New Internet Experience in Malaysia No result found, try new keyword!SHENZHEN, China, April 28, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Huawei Cloud Spark Discovery for Internet Industry was held from April 25 to 28, 2023, where top players in this industry from Asia Pacific were ... Wed, 03 May 2023 15:28:00 -0500 text/html https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/togl-huawei-cloud-sign-mou-020600663.html Huawei Cloud and IDA Held the Media & Entertainment Summit 2023

Unlocking New Productivity and Innovations of Indonesia's Digital Media Industry

JAKARTA, Indonesia, May 31, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- On May 30, Huawei Cloud and Indonesia Digital Association (IDA) jointly held the Media & Entertainment Summit with the theme of Unlock New Growth in Media & Entertainment with Huawei Cloud in Jakarta. Industry leaders, experts, and entrepreneurs from more than 80 media industry organizations, such as MNC and Kompas, had in-depth discussions on syllabus such as user experience improvement, content production efficiency improvement, and business model innovation, to explore new opportunities created by cloud advancement in the media & entertainment industry.

Dian Gemiano, Chairman of IDA

Dian Gemiano, Chairman of IDA, said in his speech that video has become the largest segment in Indonesia's media & entertainment industry, which is undergoing industry transformation. Cloud technologies play an important role in the efficiency, quality, and user experience of content delivery. IDA will advance collaboration with local media & entertainment companies to promote innovation on the cloud, explore more opportunities and achieve more success.

Arifin Asydhad, Chairman of Indonesia Chief Editors Forum and Editor-in-Chief Kumparan.com

Arifin Asydhad, Chairman of Indonesia Chief Editors Forum and Editor-in-Chief Kumparan.com, shared his experience on media content writing: by adopting cloud technology, editors can enhance their digitization, content production and distribution capabilities. This can help them narrow the existing digital divide in the Indonesian media industry and compete more effectively in the digital age.

Rio Anugrah, Head of Corporate IT Application MNC Media and CTO of MNC Digital (RCTI+ & ROOV)

Rio Anugrah, Head of Corporate IT Application MNC Media and CTO of MNC Digital (RCTI+ & ROOV), shared their success story with Huawei Cloud. He pointed out that the increasingly fierce competition in the media & entertainment industry reveals the importance of user experience. To stay relevant, RCTI+ has reached a strategic cooperation agreement with Huawei Cloud. Huawei Cloud's Live origin server unleashes efficient video processing and distribution and data-driven resource scheduling. These capabilities helped RCTI+ smoothly broadcast the AFF Championship final game live, despite 3.3 million concurrent online users who drove the bandwidth peak to 800 Gbit/s. The final game was livestreamed to viewers at an ultra-low latency. Huawei Cloud helps RCTI+ enhance user experience and acquire more users.

Johnsons Kwok, Head of Product Development KG Media

Johnsons Kwok, Head of Product Development KG Media, presented how Huawei Cloud help to Improve scalability, unlock new experience and growth, pointed out that reliable CDN help to accelerate the news content to users and scalable computing resources help to handle the breaking news or other peak traffic news.

Jamy Lyu, President of Huawei Cloud Media Service Product Dept, delivered a keynote speech entitled Media Service to Media Infrastructure: Unleashing Potential for Industries. In his speech, Mr. Lyu observed that the audio and video technology is becoming one of the core technologies that fuel industries. Adhering to the strategy of Everything as a Service, Huawei Cloud provides cloud native media infrastructure that consists of one ecosystem, two service types, three engines, and four core capabilities. Huawei Cloud leverages the scenario-specific solutions of ecosystem partners to enable the digitalization of Indonesia's media & entertainment industry.

Jamy Lyu, President of Huawei Cloud Media Service Product Dept

One ecosystem: Huawei Cloud distills expertise of partners into cloud services and products and works with partners to build an ecosystem for industries.

Two service types: The cloud native media infrastructure of Huawei Cloud provides content production and real-time interaction services for partners and developers.

Three engines: Huawei Cloud offers cloud native graphics engine, spatial engine, and audio and video engine to enable the creation, growth, and application of digital content on the cloud.

Four core capabilities: With a focus on media, Huawei Cloud redefines cloud infrastructure capabilities, including computing, networking, AI, and blockchain, to evolve from Cloud for Computing to Cloud for Media.

At the event, the virtual avatar of Mr. Lyu introduced the core advantages of Huawei Cloud in Indonesia's media & entertainment industry. Mr. Lyu believed that the metaverse has become a trending subject in digital economy. In the future, virtual spaces where virtual and real humans interact with each other in real time will emerge across industries, and permeate every facet of our life such as socialization, work, and entertainment. Users are interested in using virtual avatars to enter the virtual world and interact with others around the world in real time. Application providers focus on providing creative and interactive 3D applications to Improve content and attract more users and traffic.

James Tan, Vice President of Solution and Sales, Huawei Cloud APAC

James Tan, Vice President of Solution and Sales, Huawei Cloud APAC, delivered a keynote speech entitled Huawei Cloud Media Infrastructure Enables Media Industry Innovation. In the speech, Mr. Tan showcased how Huawei Cloud facilitates seamless and efficient collaboration between content creators around the world to boost content production efficiency. Huawei Cloud released Workspace, the next-generation cloud office service. This service integrates design and rendering functions, supports one-click desktop sharing and remote collaborative office work, greatly improving remote office efficiency. In addition, Huawei Cloud has released the virtual human production service and built a new digital content production pipeline with partners to automate the entire procedure of virtual human creation on the cloud, including editing, modeling, rigging, control, and rendering.

To meet real-time interaction requirements, Huawei Cloud also provides media service capabilities such as OTT solution, Low Latency Live (LLL), and 3D enterprise space. Huawei Cloud is developing an OTT solution to provide customers with one-stop services covering livestreaming, VOD, media processing, and CDN for content distribution. Low Latency Live (LLL) delivers a live latency less than 800 ms and supports smooth real-time interaction between viewers and streamers. All these capabilities are catalyzing new growth of the media and entertainment industry.

Looking ahead, Huawei Cloud hopes to help the digital media industry go cloud to shatter industry barriers, and work with partners and customers to bridge the industry gap. The Huawei Cloud media infrastructure enables Indonesia's media & entertainment industry to Improve user experience and content production efficiency. Huawei Cloud will explore new business models together with the digital media industry and redefine the industry productivity with new experience, efficiency, and evolution.

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SOURCE Huawei Cloud Indonesia

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