• Capacity bottlenecks

    The monitoring system architecture is not sustainable for rapid business growth. Monitoring data is missing when the system fails or an application is being rearchitected. Business continuity cannot be ensured.

  • Inadequate performance

    The objective is 16 TB of data reported by more than 1300 underground mines, but queries already slow down at 8 TB.

  • Insufficient reliability

    Databases are connected using fixed IP addresses. As a result, services are interrupted during capacity expansion. Monitoring data is missing when the system is being rearchitected.

Huawei Cloud Database Services Help Build Intelligence in Monitoring Systems for 1300+ Mines

  • Distributed architecture with high scalability

    Huawei Cloud DDM uses a distributed architecture to provide horizontal scaling, letting customers flexibly add nodes to keep up with the fast growth of their businesses.

  • Database/Table sharding

    Huawei Cloud DDM uses database/table sharding to improve query performance. Even in high concurrency scenarios, the monitoring system keeps running properly.

  • Hitless migration

    Data Replication Service (DRS) migrates RDS databases to DDM online without downtime or data loss. The monitoring system provides real-time information about customer's mines.


  • Large capacity and high scalability

    The number of mines supported by a single monitoring system of Jingying Shuzhi increases from 600 to 1,300 (increased by 1.2 times). The objective is to support more than 2,000 mines.

  • Continuity and stability

    DRS migrates data from RDS to DDM online without affecting workloads. The IP address remains unchanged and monitoring will not be interrupted during horizontal scaling.

  • Massive storage

    The maximum data volume of a single instance increases from 2 TB to 16 TB without performance deterioration.