• Reduction of high warranty and license fees
• Consolidation of old and new systems and facilities
• Higher IT resource utilization
• A unified cloud management platform
• Unified resource pool management
• Unified O&M
• Open cloud architecture
• Rebuilding applications using cloud-native technologies
• Faster innovation using containers and microservices
Huawei's CMP multi-cloud management platform provides a unified access point and lifecycle management for cloud services.
With a microservices-based, standards-compliant architecture plus open APIs, the cloud platform can easily connect with third-party systems.
You can migrate some of your applications to the public cloud and manage them together with applications residing on a private cloud using a unified cloud management platform, enabling unified configuration and O&M of hybrid cloud resources. Distributed resources can be shared with high efficiency and flexibility.
50+ consultants & SA experts
100+ global service delivery experts, 500+ local service teams, and 1,000+ partners
200+ certified experts, including TOGAF, COA, CCIE, CISSP, HCIP, and HCIE
Planning and design: HCS Designer
Deployment: HCS Deploy
Automated deployment: ADE/HUMEP
Automated inspection: FusionCare
Lessons learned from 100+ successful projects
The choice of 10+ global tier-1 carriers
30+ mainstream partners
Four steps (4S):
Step-by-step cloud transformation based on Huawei's own experience:
Step 1: Migrate applications serving external users.
Step 2: Migrate applications for internal productivity improvement.
Step 3: Migrate core production systems.
Step 4: Migrate or rebuild applications for new businesses.
Six "Res" (6R):
Inspired by Gartner's 5R model for cloud transformation, Huawei defined its own 6R model regarding how to move a large organization's internal IT to the cloud. We believe this model can work perfectly in transforming carriers' many monolithic applications.