Cisco MediaSense on UCSE

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Version 10.0

OVA Download Location for Cisco MediaSense . Select MediaSense Virtual Machine Templates->Version

Component & Capacity Point
VM Configuration Requirements
click to download OVA file for this version
Supported UCS-E Hardware
vCPU
vRAM
vDisk
vNIC
SRE-910
Cisco UCS E140S
(Single-Wide Blade)
Cisco UCS E140D, E140DP, E160D, and E160DP
(Double-Wide Blades)
2vCPU Config
See notes
2
6 GB
See notes 1 No Yes Yes
4vCPU Config
See notes
4
8 GB
See notes 1 No Yes Yes

Version 9.x

OVA Download Location for Cisco MediaSense . Select MediaSense Virtual Machine Templates->Version

Component & Capacity Point
VM Configuration Requirements
click to download OVA file for this version
Supported UCS-E Hardware
vCPU
vRAM
vDisk
vNIC
SRE-910
Cisco UCS E140S
(Single-Wide Blade)
Cisco UCS E140D, E140DP, E160D, and E160DP
(Double-Wide Blades)
2vCPU Config
See notes
2
6 GB
See notes 1 Yes Yes Yes

Notes on 2 vCPU VM configuration

The 2 vCPU VM configuration can be used for a Primary or a Secondary Cisco MediaSense node.
Expansion nodes are not supported with this configuration.

Disk Requirements For a Primary or Secondary Node

Disk 1 - 80GB for O/S
Disk 2 - 80GB for Database and working storage
Disk 3 - 210 GB

Supported Capabilities

Physical Hardware Audio-Weight Media Streams Supported Per Node+ Concurrent API Requests Supported per non-Expansion Node Max Call Arrival Rate per Node Max Nodes per Cluster Max Media Storage per Node Max Video Playback per Node Notes
SRE-910 60 3 + 3 queued 20 per minute 2 210 GB none Not supported with MediaSense 10.0 or higher
UCS-E 40 3 + 3 queued 20 per minute 2 400 GB or 700 GB++ 2 (Ver 10.0)



+ A audio call between two end points equals two Audio-Weight Media Streams.
++ Max recording storage per node on UCS E140S blades is 400GB when using 600GB SED drives, or 700GB when using 900GB 15K RPM drives.


Notes on 4 vCPU VM configuration

The 4 vCPU VM configuration can be used for a Primary or a Secondary Cisco MediaSense node.
Expansion nodes are not supported with this configuration.

Disk Requirements For a Primary or Secondary Node

Disk 1 - 80GB for O/S
Disk 2 - 80GB for Database and working storage
Disk 3 - 210 GB

Supported Capabilities

Physical Hardware Audio-Weight Media Streams Supported Per Node+ Concurrent API Requests Supported per non-Expansion Node Max Call Arrival Rate per Node Max Nodes per Cluster Max Media Storage per Node Max Video Playback per Node Notes
UCS-E 120 10 + 5 queued 2 per second 2 400 GB or 700 GB++ 2 (Ver 10.0)



+ A audio call between two end points equals two Audio-Weight Media Streams.
++ Max recording storage per node on UCS E140S blades is 400GB when using 600GB SED drives, or 700GB when using 900GB 15K RPM drives.


UCS-E Server Model Additional Information

Server Model
Width
Number of CPU Cores
Number of Disks
Notes
UCS-E140S
1 Slot
4
2

UCS-E140D(p)
1 Slot
4
2 or 3
The third disk can be used for extra media storage
UCS-E160S
2 Slots
6
2

UCS-E160D(p)
2 Slots
6
2 or 3
The third disk can be used for extra media storage


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