OVA Template Details for IM and Presence Release 9.x

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*'''Go to:''' [http://www.cisco.com/cisco/software/type.html?mdfid=284330176&flowid=33722 '''OVA Download Location for Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence Service Release 9.0(1)''']
 
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*'''Go to: [[Unified Communications Virtualization Downloads (including OVA/OVF Templates)]]'''
 
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Important Note 1: If you have more than 10,000 users in Cisco Unified Communications Manager, you must use the 5,000 user OVA template at a minimum, even if you plan to license less than 5,000 users in IM and Presence. <br>
 
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Important Note 2: The recommendations below only apply to single cluster deployments. For intercluster deployments, Cisco recommends that you use the 5000 user OVA template at a minimum.
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! Maximum Users per node in Full UC mode
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! Maximum Users per cluster supported in Full UC Mode (HA)
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! Maximum Users per node in IM-Only mode
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! Maximum Users per cluster supported in IM-Only Mode (HA)
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! 500 Full UC users
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| 1500 Full UC users
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| 1000 IM-only users
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| 3000 IM-only users
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| 1 vCPU (700 MHz reserved)
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For use on all supported UCS, HP, IBM, and Specs-based hardware platforms except BE 6000 solution (can be used on C200M2 TRC#1 and C220M3S TRC#2 platforms if not using BE 6000 solution). <br>
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If you are migrating from a physical server with more than 80 GB of storage space to a virtual machine with a user deployment size of either 500 or 2000, see the Disaster Recovery System Administration Guide for more information.<br>
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Supports VMware vSphere ESXi 4 and 5.
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! 1000 Full UC users (BE6k only)
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| 1000 Full UC users
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| 2000 IM-only users
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| 2000 IM-only users
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| 1 vCPU (1500 MHz reserved)
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For use with BE 6000 only (however, can also be used on C200M2 TRC#1 and C220M3S TRC#2 if not using BE 6000 solution, but the BE 6000 maximum users per cluster limits apply) .<br>
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! 2000 Full UC users
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| 6000 Full UC users
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If you are migrating from a physical server with more than 80 GB of storage space to a virtual machine with a user deployment size of either 500 or 2000, see the Disaster Recovery System Administration Guide for more information.
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! 5000 Full UC users
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! 15000 Full UC users
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Note: Any of the user base sizes above can be used when performing a DRS migration from a physical machine with a disk capacity of less than 80 GB (for example, MCS-7825-H2). <br>
 
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