Last month, Huawei had unveiled its All-Cloud Network architecture at CeBIT 2017, designed to help enterprises accelerate their digital transformation. At the 2017 Huawei Global Analyst Summit (HAS2017), Huawei launches the Huawei CloudApp Platform which is based on the All-Cloud Network Architecture. The All-Cloud Network Application Platform uses open application programming interfaces (APIs) to integrate the current application in a minimal amount of time, as well as it can be used to easily develop new applications.

Huawei CloudApp Platform is an application container which could be installed on mobile devices. The platform achieves unified scheduling and integration of all kinds of industry applications and data. This allows users to have a lesser amount of complexity and the need of developing or purchasing too many kinds of apps. The All-Cloud Network Application Platform has advanced development capabilities that will support quick updates and the release of new versions, which will satisfy the needs of the users considering that in many industries customizations must be done in real time.

Kevin Hu, President of Huawei Switch and Enterprise Gateway Product Line said, “Ubiquitous connections, open cloud platforms, and social technology industry applications facilitate the digital transformation of enterprises, and are also a three-layer architecture advocated by Huawei for the All-Cloud Network. Huawei CloudApp Platform bears socialized industry apps, providing the ‘ All-online ‘ network cloud managed service experience, which achieves the deployment, acceptance, and operation and maintenance (O&M) of networks on the cloud, simplifying network management and lowering operating expense (OPEX) for enterprises. In addition to this, it also provides a wealth of mobilized apps that are designed for the varying demands of different industries, allowing users to achieve intelligent management of industries more efficiently.”

Huawei has also talked about the application and cites an example of education system-

School management: Geographic Information System (GIS) maps can show the data like the number and distribution of people in schools of different areas.

Student resource management: This can be used as a measure to maintain the attendance and the timings of the students entering and leaving the school, distribution heat maps. This enables teachers to implement security measures and managing attendance.

Online behavior management: This enables any educational institution to have a firm control of networks. This will ensure the access levels for administrators, teachers, students and other staffs and visitor. Also, the values can be altered to provide different levels of access during the class hours and leisure time. Even the app types and traffic that student’s access on their mobile devices can be identified and the information will help the school to optimize the use of education resources.

Besides these apps, Huawei is using the Huawei CloudApp Platform to collaborate with partners in developing and integrating more apps for the education industry and in future, Huawei CloudApp Platform will also develop towards areas such as campus networks, enterprise branches, data centers, and IoT, based on the All-Cloud Network architecture.

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