Unified Communications in a Virtualized Environment

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Caution Caution: Cisco supports Unified Communications applications running in a virtual environment which meets the criteria described in this wiki space. Cisco does not support deviations from these specifications.
This site covers Virtualization support in Cisco Unified Communications System release versions '8.0(2) and higher.'

This wiki space contains the required information to design, procure, deploy, and maintain a virtualized Cisco Unified Communications deployment, including special considerations for running these real-time applications in a virtualized environment.

If you want to ask a question, post a comment, or discuss an issue regarding content on this wiki space:
  1. Log in.
  2. Navigate to the article in question.
  3. Click the Leave a Comment tab at the top of the page
  4. Edit the Leave a Comment page as described above under Editing
  5. To start a different thread under a new subheading on the Leave a Comment page, click the + tab at the top of the page instead of the Edit tab.
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  2. Click the watch tab at the top of the page.

To communicate with virtualization peers, participate in the Cisco Collaboration Community at http://www.cisco.com/go/joinconversation.

Note Note: If not specifically addressed in this Unified Communications in a Virtualized Environment space, assume the operation, deployment rules, or behavior of the UC applications is the same as on bare metal deployments (MCS server deployments).

Topics will be added and updated on a regular basis, with an emphasis on applying, expanding, and clarifying the content.

To suggest a new topic or for any inquiries or comments, send email to ccg_vm_approvers.

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