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FusionSphere Foundation is a free trial version of Huawei FusionSphere that provides server virtualization (FusionCompute) and cloud management (FusionManager) functions. For a system with less than or equal to six physical CPUs, the trial version allows users to use FusionSphere free of charge with no trial period limit or functional restrictions. For a system with more than six physical CPUs, the trail period is 90 days. When the trial period expires, existing VMs in the system are still available with limited functions of data query, user/role management, and license management.
If you need to purchase a commercial version, please submit your project information. We will contact you in one working day.

Preparing for FusionSphere Installation

Create a Huawei Support-E account.


Before installation, please read FusionSphere product description to learn more about the product.



FusionSphere Foundation Version Download

FusionSphere 6.3.1 Quick User Guide

The document illustrates how to quickly install, configure, and provision services. For more details, see the FusionSphere V100R006C10 Product Documentation.

FusionCompute 6.3.1_CNA

Required. ISO mirror image of FusionSphere Server Operating System, being used to virtualize computing, storage and network resources of the host.

FusionCompute 6.3.1_Installer

Required. FusionCompute installation guide tools and necessary system tools, which are used to install a virtual machine for FusionCompute Virtual Resource Manager (VRM) and initialize resources.

FusionCompute 6.3.1_VRM

Required. Template file of FusionCompute’s Virtual Resource Manager (VRM), which deploys the template as a VRM virtual machine by using the FusionCompute installation guide tool.