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A new offering for government and enterprise customers launched by Huawei Cloud

A new offering for government and enterprise customers launched by Huawei Cloud

Helping the government and enterprise customers with its specially designed cloud services, Huawei Cloud has launched a new Huawei Cloud Stack (HCS). The company’s aim is to become the go-to company for government and enterprises which are looking to go through intelligent upgrades. Huawei Cloud is providing three main capabilities: unified management, data governance, and application enablement.

With the newly launched cloud service, customers can have refined management of cross-cloud resource pools and obtain the industry's multi-level O&M capabilities. Through refined rights- and domain-based management, they can control resource access by region, department, and application.

For data governance, HCS allows enterprises to build enterprise data platforms. Huawei Cloud Roma allows enterprises to integrate multiple types of applications and data for full-lifecycle digital asset governance.

It is fully open to partners and developers who wish to run applications on a single, unified network. It also provides instant access to cloud services and marketplace applications. Huawei Cloud president of Hybrid Cloud Lv Yangming says, based on the unified Optimus hardware-software synergy architecture, HCS and Huawei Cloud provide the same APIs that make it possible to let government and enterprise customers use cloud services in their local data centres.

According to Yangming, more than 70 cloud services from Huawei Cloud, such as AI, big data, IoT, and blockchain services, can be used if required. Huawei Cloud has launched a remote hosting program, a remote service support program, and a local service support program to meet the operational needs of customers.


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