Unified Communications in a Virtualized Environment
|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.
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|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).|
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