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Supported Virtual Machine OVA Templates

A virtual machine template defines the configuration of the virtual machine's virtual hardware. Open Virtualization Format (OVF) is an open standard for describing a virtual machine template, and Open Virtualization Archive (OVA) is an open standard to package and distribute these templates. Files in OVA format have an extension of ".ova".

The OVAs contain virtual hard disks with pre-aligned disk partitions. Using the OVA is the only way to deploy the UC applications on aligned disks. Using the OVA also guarantees that all configuration of the virtual machine is correct and supported.

See Downloading OVA Templates for BE 6000 applications for more information on how to download OVA templates for UC Applications.


Unified Communications Manager


Cisco Unity Connection


Cisco Unified Presence

Note Note: Cisco Unified Presence is referred to as IM and Presence in Release 9.0(1) and later.

See also:


Cisco Unified Provisioning Manager

Cisco Unified Provisioning Manager for Cisco Business Edition 6000 is delivered as an Open Virtual Appliance (OVA) file. The OVA file is not available for download. It is available only with new purchases of Cisco Business Edition 6000. The OVA file that is shipped with Cisco Business Edition 6000 includes the RHAT linux operating system as well as pre-installed Provisioning manager application. For more details on installing provisioning manager please refer to the quick start guide posted below.
Unified Provisioning Manager Quickstart Guide 8.6

Cisco Prime Unified Provisioning Manager 9.0BE Quickstart Guide


Cisco Unified Contact Center Express

See also:

Supported OVA Templates: Cisco Unified Contact Center Express
Application, OVA Capacity and Notes+Download Link vCPU Cores vRAM / Memory vDisk vNIC Notes
100 agents (Release 9.0(1)) 2 4 GB 1x 146 GB
  • vDisk 1 = Operating System, Unified CCX binaries, and Unified CCX logs
1


Cisco Emergency Responder

Supported OVA Templates: Cisco Emergency Responder 8.5 and 8.6
Application, OVA Capacity and Notes+Download Link vCPU Cores and Speed per Core vRAM / Memory vDisk vNIC Notes
12,000 users (C200 only) 2 @ 2.13 GHz each
(600 MHz reserved)
4 GB (4 GB reserved) 1 x 80 GB 1

Use on C200 M2 TRC#1 only.

Limits:

  • 12,000 IP phones
  • 2,500 analog phones
  • 1,200 roaming phones (per Emergency Responder cluster)
  • 500 LAN switches
  • 30,000 switch ports
  • 3,000 ERLs


Supported OVA Templates: Cisco Emergency Responder 8.7 and 9.0
VM OVA Capacity
VM OVA Parameters
Notes
vCPU Cores
(= Physical Cores)
Physical CPU Load was Calibrated To vRAM
(=Physical Memory)
vDisk
(=Physical space)
vNIC

Emergency Responder 12,000 users


Only for BE6K and certain TRCs - see notes.

2
(with 800 MHz reservation)
E5506 2.13 GHz 4 GB
(with all 4 GB reserved)
1x 80 GB disk 1

For use only on UCS C200M2 TRC#1 (including BE6000) and C220M3 TRC#2, which is BE6000 only.


Limits:

  • 12,000 IP phones
  • 2,500 analog phones
  • 1,200 roaming phones (per Emergency Responder cluster)
  • 500 LAN switches
  • 30,000 switch ports
  • 3,000 ERLs


Unified Attendant Consoles

Supported OVA Templates: Unified Attendant Consoles
Application, OVA Capacity and Notes+Download Link vCPU Cores vRAM / Memory vDisk vNIC Notes
OVA for CUxAC 1 @ 2.55 GHz 2 GB 1x 80GB 1 Note: Cisco does not provide preconfigured OVA files for CUxAC. Please build manually using these requirements. CUxAC requires a VM to meet or exceed minimum physical server specs described on the CUxAC datasheet



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