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CCE Turbo cluster Beta Launch in Germany

CCE - CCE Turbo cluster Beta Launch in Germany

A new version of the Cloud Container Engine called the Cloud Container Engine Turbo will now be available as Beta in German region. The service is not yet covered by SLAs during the beta period.

CCE Turbo cluster

CCE Turbo clusters run on the cloud native 2.0 infrastructure that features software-hardware synergy to support faster computing, passthrough networking, high security and reliability, and intelligent scheduling. One-stop, cost-effective services are made possible with CCE Turbo clusters.

CCE Turbo cluster vs CCE cluster



CCE Turbo Cluster

CCE Cluster



Next-generation container cluster for Cloud Native 2.0 with accelerated computing, networking, and scheduling

Standard cluster for common commercial use


Node type

Hybrid deployment of VMs and bare-metal servers

Deployment of VMs


Supported model

Models based on the new architecture with software-hardware synergy

General-purpose models



Cloud Native Network 2.0 for large-scale and high-performance scenarios
Networking scale: 2000 nodes

Cloud-native network 1.0 for scenarios that do not require high performance or involve large-scale deployment.
Tunnel network model
VPC network model



The VPC network and container network are flattened into one, achieving zero performance loss.

The VPC network is overlaid with the container network, causing certain performance loss.


Container network isolation

Security group-based isolation policies for unified isolation inside and outside the cluster (by configuring SecurityGroup)

Tunnel network model: Network isolation policies are supported for intra-cluster communication (by configuring network policies).
VPC network model: Isolation is not supported.



Bare-metal server: You can select secure containers for VM-level isolation.
VM: Common containers are deployed.

Common containers are deployed and isolated by Cgroups.


Cloud Native Network 2.0

Cloud Native Network 2.0 deeply integrates VPC-native Elastic Network Interfaces (ENIs) and Sub Network Interfaces (sub-ENIs). Container IP addresses are allocated from the VPC CIDR block. ELB passthrough networking is supported to direct access requests to containers. Security groups and elastic IPs (EIPs) are bound to deliver high performance.

VPC Cluster

Pod-to-pod communication

  • On the same node: Packets are forwarded through the VPC ENI or sub-ENI.
  • Across nodes: Packets are forwarded through the VPC ENI or sub-ENI.

Notes and Constraints

  • This networking model is used by CCE Turbo clusters.
  • Only the BMS nodes in C4 flavor are available during the beta phase. ENIs are used by the BMS nodes in the pool.
  • The ENI of a node in the CCE Turbo cluster is taken over by the networking management components.
  • CCE Turbo doesn't support cloud storage (EVS, SFS, OBS) at the moment.

Further information is available in the service description, user manual, from our support team or can be found in the CCE area of the Help Center.


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