Unified Communications in a Virtualized Environment

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Cisco Unified Communications Virtualization refers to Unified Communications applications running on a virtual machine on a Unified Computing System (UCS). At the system level, this capability is supported for select applications starting with the Unified Communications Release 8.0(2).

This wiki area contains the following information about Unified Communications Virtualization:

  • Unified Communications Virtualization Combinations Verified during System Test


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