Public Cloud – Flexible Engine
Multi-Cloud Container Platform
Multi-Cloud Container Platform
The Multicloud Container Platform (MCP) service provides a multicloud and hybrid cloud solution for unified management and deployment of your applications, based on container clusters.
This service not only solves multi-cloud disaster recovery issues, but also plays an important role in :
- traffic sharing between different IT environments,
- the decoupling of data storage and service processing,
- the decoupling of development and production environments,
- Flexible allocation of IT resources.
MCP supports cross-cluster auto-scaling policies to implement global load balancing. Your IT teams no longer need to worry about horizontal scaling of cluster nodes. MCP automatically scales the resources required by applications based on application load.
MCP supports the latest federation architecture from the Kubernetes community and provides native Kubernetes APIs and Karmada APIs. You can use Kubernetes command lines and APIs to deploy containerized applications without modifying service code.
Cloning and migration of cross-cloud applications
Users can clone or migrate their applications to other clusters or to other clouds/regions in just a few clicks, without having to rewrite or modify your service code.
1. Data traffic sharing
In industries such as e-commerce, media or education, there are traffic peaks at a given period of time, due to flash sales, result requests or registrations.
To cope with the impact of traffic spikes and improve the stability of your service, MCP provides automatic cross-cloud scaling.
2. Cross-Cloud Disaster recovery
In the event that one of your clouds suffers an outage or incident, MCP migrates instances and switches traffic to your other clouds in seconds to ensure business stability.
3. Decoupling of Data Storage and Service Processing
MCP allows users to separate their sensitive data by storing it in private cloud clusters, from services hosted in their public cloud. In this way, users gain full control over their sensitive data and reduce information security risks.
4. Decoupling of Development and Production Environments
For continuous integration (CI) or continuous delivery (CD) operations, MCP offers users the possibility to manage their development and test environments in a unified way.
5. Flexible Allocation of Computing Resources
With MCP, you can deploy common or compute-intensive applications in the private, public, or other clouds, avoiding the high costs caused by large-scale use of special hardware. Rapid scaling reduces idle resources and supports on-demand provisioning.
Unified container technology standard
Applications can be flexibly migrated among multiple clusters across clouds, without worrying about the dependency on the environment.
Scaling within seconds
Enterprises do not need to maintain additional resources for multi & hybrid cloud solutions and therefore extra investment is not required.
Lightweight technology solution
Enterprises can build and maintain their cloud services easily, without paying attention to a large number of infrastructure problems.