- Virtual Private Cloud
- Elastic Load Balance
- Domain Name Service
- NAT Gateway
- Virtual Private Network
- Simple Message Notification
- Purchase Guide
- ECS Types and Specifications
- Accessing and Using ECSs
- Purchasing an ECS
- Creating a HANA ECS
Logging In to an ECS
- Login Mode Overview
- Logging In to an ECS Using VNC
- Logging In to a Linux ECS Using a Key Pair (SSH)
- Logging In to a Linux ECS Using a Password (SSH)
- Logging In to a Windows ECS Using a Password (MSTSC)
- Configuring Security Group Rules
- Obtaining the Password for Logging In to a Windows ECS
- Deleting the Initial Password for Logging In to a Windows ECS
- (Optional) Initializing EVS Data Disks
- (Optional) Installing One-Click Password Reset Plugins
- (Optional) Configuring Mapping Between Host Names and IP Addresses
- ECS Features
- Viewing ECS Creation Status
- Exporting ECSs
- Managing the LifeCycle of an ECS
- Modifying Basic ECS Configurations
- Resetting the Password for Logging In to an ECS
- Changing the Time Zone for an ECS
- Monitoring ECSs
- Managing ECS OSs
- Expanding the Local Disks of a Disk-intensive ECS
- Having an ECS Without a Public IP Address Access the Internet
- Detaching an EVS Disk from a Running ECS
- Managing ECS Metadata
- Enabling Multiple NIC Queuing
- API Calling
- Common Message Headers
- Lifecycle Management
- ECS Status Management
- Specifications Query
- NIC Management
- Disk Management
- Metadata Management
- Tenant Quota Management
- SSH Key Management
- Querying the Task Status
- FPGA Logical File Management
- Change History
- Document Download
A physical region where resources use independent power supply and networks. AZs are physically isolated but interconnected through the internal network. To enhance application availability, you are advised to create instances in different AZs.
See Available Zone
See Elastic IP
An Elastic Cloud Server (ECS) is a computing server that consists of CPUs, memory, images, and Elastic Volume Service (EVS) disks and allows on-demand allocation and elastic scaling. Huawei ECS integrates Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), virtual firewall, and multi-data-copy capabilities to build up an efficient, reliable, and secure computing environment to ensure that your services can be stably and continuously running.
The elastic IP address (EIP) service provides independent public IP addresses. After an ECS is bound with an elastic IP address, it is accessible to the Internet.
Private image contains an OS, preset public applications, and a user's private applications, and is visible to only a user. A private image is created from an ECS or a VBS. A private image frees you from repeatedly configure ECSs when you create ECSs.
Public image contains a standard OS image and preset public applications and is visible to all users. You can configure the application environment and required software to customize a public image.
A security group implements access controls for ECSs, specifying the communication scope of ECSs. You can define different access control rules for a security group, and these rules take effect for all ECSs added to this security group. By default, a security group allows all data packets that are sent out from ECSs in it, and ECSs in the same security group can access each other.
A virtual private cloud (VPC) is a secure, isolated, logical network environment. You can create virtual networks in a VPC. The virtual networks provide the same network functions as those provided by a physical network and also advanced network services, such as elastic IP addresses and security groups.
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