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== Question about UC management suite and UC applications on UCS serie C ==
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Hi,
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I've been doing some research, and have ambiguous info about this:
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Is it supported to install CUOM and CUCM virtualized on the same serie-C server? I am aware of the "UC on UC" coresident rule, but it's not clear if the UC Management suite counts as an UC application, my best guess is YES, but I just want to be sure.
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Thanks in advance
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Ray

Revision as of 04:22, 11 August 2011

Hi David,

As this is a design question, please post your question to the support forum at http://www.cisco.com/web/partners/sell/technology/ipc/servers_os_virt_for_uc.html. Thank you for using the DocWiki and we continue to look forward to DocWiki-related feedback at any time.

C Chetty

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I want to determine if a C210 can support a 2500 user Communications Manager as noted below?

Physical Server 1

CPU 1 CPU 2 CM PUBLISHER CM SUBSCRIBER 2 CER 1 TFTP 1 UNITY CONNECTION 1 CORE 1 CORE 2 CORE 3 CORE 4 CORE 5 CORE 6 CORE 7 CORE 8 6 GB RAM 6 GB RAM 3 GB RAM 3 GB RAM 8 GB RAM 2 X 80 GB DISK 2 X 80 GB DISK 1 X 80 GB DISK 1 X 80 GB DISK 2 X 160 GB DISK

Question about UC management suite and UC applications on UCS serie C

Hi,

I've been doing some research, and have ambiguous info about this:

Is it supported to install CUOM and CUCM virtualized on the same serie-C server? I am aware of the "UC on UC" coresident rule, but it's not clear if the UC Management suite counts as an UC application, my best guess is YES, but I just want to be sure.

Thanks in advance

Ray

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