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== Hardware and VMware Hosting Requirements  ==
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'''Its new location is:&nbsp; [https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/uc_system/virtualization/pcce_virt_index.html https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/uc_system/virtualization/pcce_virt_index.html]'''  
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The Packaged CCE deployment at the customer site must run in a duplexed environment with a pair of Unified Computing System (UCS) servers. These servers are referred to as Side A Host and Side B Host.
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The two Packaged CCE servers must use the same server model. <br>
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*'''Co-residency support''' = None
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*'''Supported Versions of VMWare vSphere ESXi'''
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**5.1 update 3, 5.5 update 2 on VM Version 9 for all Unified CVP and Unified CCE components
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**5.1 update 3, 5.5 update 2 on VM Version 8 for all other Packaged CCE components <br>'''Note:''' Release 11.0(2) and later also supports&nbsp;ESXi 6.0 update 1.
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*'''Supported Hardware'''
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**'''UCS Tested Reference Configurations for fresh installs or technology refreshes'''
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***[http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/UC_Virtualization_Supported_Hardware#B200_M4_TRC.231 Cisco UCS B200 M4 TRC#1]
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***[http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/UC_Virtualization_Supported_Hardware#C240_M3S_.28SFF.29_TRC.231 Cisco UCS C240 M3S TRC#1]
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***[http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/UC_Virtualization_Supported_Hardware#C240_M4SX_TRC.231 Cisco UCS C240 M4SX TRC#1 / BE7000H]<br>'''Note:''' Packaged CCE 11.0(2) and ICM11.0(2) ES2 are required to support UCS C240 M4SX TRC#1. The supported firmware version for the UCS C240 M4 hardware is 2.0(9c) or later.
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***'''UCS Tested Reference Configurations for common ground upgrades'''<br>
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***[http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/UC_Virtualization_Supported_Hardware#B200_M3_TRC.231 Cisco UCS B200 M3 TRC#1]
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***[http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/UC_Virtualization_Supported_Hardware#C260_M2_TRC.231 Cisco UCS C260 M2 TRC#1]
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***[http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/UC_Virtualization_Supported_Hardware#C240_M3S_.28SFF.29_TRC.231 Cisco UCS C240 M3S TRC#1]
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**'''UCS or 3rd-party Specs-based on Intel Xeon''' = Not supported
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*'''Supported Versions of Cisco Nexus 1000V:&nbsp;'''Refer to the [http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/switches/nexus-1000v-switch-vmware-vsphere/products-device-support-tables-list.html Host Software Version Compatibility matrix for Cisco Nexus 1000V]&nbsp;to determine the&nbsp;version that is compatible with the&nbsp;ESXi version that you are running.
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When ordering Packaged CCE with the UCS B200 M4, customers must either already have a supported UCS B-Series platform infrastructure and SAN in their data center or must purchase these separately. UCS B-Series blades are not standalone servers and have no internal storage.
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For information on the Packaged CCE UCS B Series Fabric Interconnects Validation Tool,&nbsp;&nbsp;which performs checks on currently deployed UCS B-Series Fabric Interconnect clusters to determine compliance with Packaged CCE requirements, refer to [[Packaged CCE UCS B-Series Fabric Interconnects Validation Tool]]. This tool does not test all UCS B-Series requirements. <br>
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=== UCS-B Series Platform and Hardware Requirements  ===
 
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| UCS Blade Server
 
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| Cisco UCS B200 M3
 
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*[http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/UC_Virtualization_Supported_Hardware#B200_M3_TRC.231 Cisco UCS B200 M3 TRC#1]
 
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*[http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/UC_Virtualization_Supported_Hardware#B200_M4_TRC.231 Cisco UCS B200 M4 TRC#1 / BE7000H]
 
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| Cisco UCS 5108
 
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Minimum two matching UCS fabric interconnects per Data Center site.
 
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Two matching UCS fabric extenders per Cisco UCS 5108 Blade Server Chassis.
 
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=== UCS B-Series Platform Storage Area Network Hardware and Transport Requirements  ===
 
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Packaged CCE deployments on a UCS B-Series platform require a supported Storage Area Network (SAN). Packaged CCE blade servers do not come with internal storage and must use Boot from SAN.
 
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Packaged CCE supports the following SAN transports in FibreChannel (FC) End Host or Switch Mode:
 
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*FibreChannel over Ethernet (FCoE): 10G Ethernet
 
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Packaged CCE requirements for SAN:
 
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*Compatibility with the VMware HCL and UCSM Manager Server Interoperability list for UCSM version deployed<br>
 
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**[http://www.vmware.com/resources/compatibility/search.php http://www.vmware.com/resources/compatibility/search.php]
 
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**[http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/servers-unified-computing/unified-computing-system/products-technical-reference-list.html http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/servers-unified-computing/unified-computing-system/products-technical-reference-list.html]
 
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*Low latency, where VMware realtime performance statistic disk.totalLatency.average does not exceed 60 (milliseconds) for any Packaged CCE datastore (SAN LUN).
 
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*Conforms with Application IOPS and bandwidth requirements met by provisioned LUNs and SAN transport. Refer to the Bandwidth Provisioning and Network QoS Considerations section in this wiki for details on application IOPS and bandwidth requirements.
 
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SAN LUNs with SATA/SAS 7200 RPM and slower disk drives are only supported where used in Tiered Storage Pools containing SSD (Solid State) and 10000 and/or 15000 RPM SAS/FC HDDs.
 
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While customers may use thin provisioned LUNs, Packaged CCE VMs must be deployed Thick-provisioned, thus SAN LUNs must have sufficient storage space to accommodate all applications VMs on deployment.
 
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=== UCS B-Series LAN Requirements  ===
 
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10G Ethernet Uplinks required
 
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Each Fabric Interconnect must connect to both of two common-L2 10GE switches (cross-connect)
 
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Single-link, PortChannel, vPC and VSS uplinks are supported.
 
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Visible and Private networks are allowed to be converged northbound of Fabric Interconnects (pinning is not required).
 
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[[Image:371521.jpg]]
 
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== Side A Server Component Configurations  ==
 
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| Unified CCE Call Server
 
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== Network Requirements for Cisco UCS C-Series Servers  ==
 
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The figure below shows the virtual to physical Packaged CCE communications path from application local OS NICs to the data center network switching infrastructure.<br>The reference design depicted uses a single virtual switch with two vmnics in Active/Active mode, with Visible and Private network path diversity aligned through the Fabric Interconnects using the Port Group vmnic override mechanism of the VMware vSwitch.
 
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There are several supported designs for configuring Ethernet uplinks from UCS B-Series Fabric Interconnects to the data center switches for Packaged CCE. Virtual Switch VLAN Tagging is required, with EtherChannel / Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP) and Virtual PortChannel (vPC) being options depending on data center switch capabilities.<br>The required and reference design for Packaged CCE Visible and Private network uplinks from UCS Fabric Interconnects uses a Common-L2 design, where both Packaged CCE VLANs are trunked to a pair of data center switches. Customer also may choose to trunk other management (including VMware) and enterprise networks on these same links, or use a Disjoint-L2 model to separate these networks from Packaged CCE.Both designs are supported, though only the Common-L2 model is used here.
 
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  peer-gateway
 
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  auto-recovery
 
-
 
-
interface port-channel1
 
-
  description vPC_to_FabricA
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  spanning-tree port type edge trunk
 
-
  vpc 1
 
-
 
-
interface port-channel2
 
-
  description vPC_to_FabricB
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  spanning-tree port type edge trunk
 
-
  vpc 2
 
-
 
-
interface port-channel100
 
-
  description vPC_Peer_Link
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  spanning-tree port type network
 
-
  vpc peer-link
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/1
 
-
  description Uplink-To-FabricA
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  channel-group 1 mode active
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/2
 
-
  description Uplink-To-FabricB
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  channel-group 2 mode active
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/5
 
-
  description Interswitch_Link
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  channel-group 100
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/6
 
-
  description Interswitch_Link
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  channel-group 100
 
-
 
-
interface mgmt0
 
-
  ip address 10.0.0.1/24
 
-
 
-
no ip igmp snooping mrouter vpc-peer-link
 
-
vpc bind-vrf default vlan 4048
 
-
 
-
N5KB
 
-
 
-
cfs ipv4 distribute
 
-
cfs eth distribute
 
-
feature lacp
 
-
feature vpc
 
-
feature lldp
 
-
 
-
vlan 1-10,100
 
-
 
-
vpc domain 1
 
-
  role priority 2000
 
-
  system-priority 4000
 
-
  peer-keepalive destination 10.0.0.1
 
-
  delay restore 180
 
-
  peer-gateway
 
-
  auto-recovery
 
-
 
-
interface port-channel1
 
-
  description vPC_to_FabricA
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  spanning-tree port type edge trunk
 
-
  vpc 1
 
-
 
-
interface port-channel2
 
-
  description vPC_to_FabricB
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  spanning-tree port type edge trunk
 
-
  vpc 2
 
-
 
-
interface port-channel100
 
-
  description vPC_Peer_Link
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  spanning-tree port type network
 
-
  vpc peer-link
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/1
 
-
  description Uplink-To-FabricA
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  channel-group 1 mode active
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/2
 
-
  description Uplink-To-FabricB
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  channel-group 2 mode active
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/5
 
-
  description Interswitch_Link
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  channel-group 100
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/6
 
-
  description Interswitch_Link
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  channel-group 100
 
-
 
-
interface mgmt0
 
-
  ip address 10.0.0.2/24
 
-
 
-
no ip igmp snooping mrouter vpc-peer-link
 
-
vpc bind-vrf default vlan 4048
 
-
 
-
</pre>
 
-
'''Note:''' Additional interfaces can be added to the vPCs (channel-groups) to increase the aggregate uplink bandwidth. These interfaces must be added symmetrically on both Nexus 5500 switches.
 
-
 
-
==== Example 2: Standard Uplinks  ====
 
-
 
-
In this example, a pair of Cisco Nexus 5500 series switches uplinked to the UCS Fabric Interconnects without PortChannels or vPC (the Nexus 5500 pair may still be vPC enabled).
 
-
 
-
'''Note: '''Cisco Catalyst switches capable of 10G Ethernet also may use a similar uplink topology. That IOS configuration is not described here, and may differ from NX-OS configuration.
 
-
 
-
[[Image:372361.jpg]]
 
-
<pre>N5KA
 
-
 
-
cfs ipv4 distribute
 
-
cfs eth distribute
 
-
feature lldp
 
-
 
-
vlan 1-10,100
 
-
 
-
interface port-channel100
 
-
  description L2-Interswitch-Trunk
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  spanning-tree port type network
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/1
 
-
  description Uplink-To-FabricA
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  spanning-tree port type edge trunk
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/2
 
-
  description Uplink-To-FabricB
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  spanning-tree port type edge trunk
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/5
 
-
  description Interswitch_Link
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  channel-group 100
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/6
 
-
  description Interswitch_Link
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  channel-group 100
 
-
 
-
N5KB
 
-
 
-
cfs ipv4 distribute
 
-
cfs eth distribute
 
-
feature lldp
 
-
 
-
vlan 1-10,100
 
-
 
-
interface port-channel100
 
-
  description L2-Interswitch-Trunk
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  spanning-tree port type network
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/1
 
-
  description Uplink-To-FabricA
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  spanning-tree port type edge trunk
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/2
 
-
  description Uplink-To-FabricB
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  spanning-tree port type edge trunk
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/5
 
-
  description Interswitch_Link
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  channel-group 100
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/6
 
-
  description Interswitch_Link
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  channel-group 100</pre>
 
-
==== Example 3:EtherChannel Uplinks  ====
 
-
 
-
In this example, a Nexus 5500 pair with non-vPC PortChannel (EtherChannel with LACP) uplinks to the UCS Fabric Interconnects. <br>'''Note: '''Cisco Catalyst switches capable of 10G Ethernet also may use a similar uplink topology. That IOS configuration is not described here, and may differ from NX-OS<br>configuration. <br>
 
-
 
-
[[Image:372335.jpg]]
 
-
<pre>N5KA
 
-
 
-
cfs ipv4 distribute
 
-
cfs eth distribute
 
-
feature lacp
 
-
feature lldp
 
-
 
-
vlan 1-10,100
 
-
 
-
interface port-channel1
 
-
  description PC_to_FabricA
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  spanning-tree port type edge trunk
 
-
 
-
interface port-channel2
 
-
  description PC_to_FabricB
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  spanning-tree port type edge trunk
 
-
 
-
interface port-channel100
 
-
  description Interswitch_Peer_Link
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  spanning-tree port type network
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/1
 
-
  description Uplink-To-FabricA
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  channel-group 1 mode active
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/2
 
-
  description Uplink-To-FabricA
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  channel-group 1 mode active
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/3
 
-
  description Uplink-To-FabricB
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  channel-group 2 mode active
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/4
 
-
  description Uplink-To-FabricB
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  channel-group 2 mode active
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/5
 
-
  description Interswitch_Link
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  channel-group 100
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/6
 
-
  description Interswitch_Link
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  channel-group 100
 
-
 
-
N5KB
 
-
 
-
cfs ipv4 distribute
 
-
cfs eth distribute
 
-
feature lacp
 
-
feature lldp
 
-
 
-
vlan 1-10,100
 
-
 
-
interface port-channel1
 
-
  description PC_to_FabricA
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  spanning-tree port type edge trunk
 
-
 
-
interface port-channel2
 
-
  description vPC_to_FabricB
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  spanning-tree port type edge trunk
 
-
 
-
interface port-channel100
 
-
  description PC_Peer_Link
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  spanning-tree port type network
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/1
 
-
  description Uplink-To-FabricA
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  channel-group 1 mode active
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/2
 
-
  description Uplink-To-FabricA
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  channel-group 1 mode active
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/3
 
-
  description Uplink-To-FabricB
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  channel-group 2 mode active
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/4
 
-
  description Uplink-To-FabricB
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-10,100
 
-
  channel-group 2 mode active
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/5
 
-
  description Interswitch_Link
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  channel-group 100
 
-
 
-
interface Ethernet1/6
 
-
  description Interswitch_Link
 
-
  switchport mode trunk
 
-
  channel-group 100</pre>
 
-
<br>
 
-
 
-
=== Packaged CCE Application IOPS for SAN Provisioning  ===
 
-
 
-
This section details the Packaged CCE application IO requirements to be used for Storage Area Networks (SAN) provisioning. You must use these data points to properly size and provision LUNs to be mapped to datastores in vSphere to then host the Packaged CCE applications. Partners and Customers should work closely with their SAN vendor to size LUNs to these requirements.
 
-
 
-
Packaged CCE on UCS B-Series does not require a fixed or set number of LUNs/Datatores. Instead, customers may use as few as a single, or use a 1 to 1 mapping of application VM to LUN, provided that the Packaged CCE applications IOPS throughput and latency requirements are met. Any given LUN design will vary from vendor to vendor, and SAN model to model. Work closely with your SAN vendor to determine the best solution to meet the given requirements here.
 
-
 
-
The IOPS provided in this topic are for Packaged CCE on-box components only. For any off-box applications, refer to each application's documentation for IOPS requirements.
 
-
 
-
Requirements and restrictions for SAN LUN Provisioning include the following:
 
-
 
-
*VMware vSphere Boot from SAN LUN may not be shared with any Packaged CCE application VMs.Consult VMware and SAN vendor best practices for boot from SAN.
 
-
 
-
*Thin provisioned LUNs are supported. They must start with sufficient space to house the total required space of all Packaged CCE application VMs, as those VMs vDisks do not support Thin Provisioning.
 
-
 
-
*Data de-duplication is not supported on the SAN.
 
-
*RAID 0 or RAID 1 are not supported for the SANs disk arrays used to house the LUNs created. RAID 0 lacks redundancy and RAID 1 negatively impacts application performance. RAID levels 5, 6, 10 are most common. Other advanced RAID levels offered by your SAN vendor are supported, provided that application IOPS, throughput, and latency requirements are met.
 
-
*Tiered storage is supported.
 
-
*7200 RPM or slower drives are not supported for Packaged CCE use in a SAN due to poor latency. The one exception to this requirement is if the drive is used in a Tiered storage pool with 10,000/15,000 RPM drives and with SSD tiers in the same pool.
 
-
 
-
'''Note:''' In the following IOPS and KBps tables:
 
-
 
-
*Numbers given for 95th Pct, Average, and Peak are totals of Read + Write.
 
-
*Requirements are per instance of the given application.
 
-
*Any application VM that has multiple vDisks is inclusive of those multiple devices in the sum total values given, and those devices should be deployed on same LUN/Datastore with sufficient resources to meet those requirements.
 
-
*Unified CVP Reporting Server IOPS does not include on-box VXML reporting being enabled. If VXML reporting is enabled, see the Unified CVP Reporting Server IOPS requirements on the "Virtualization for Cisco Unified Customer Voice Portal" wiki page, available at [http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Virtualization_for_Cisco_Unified_Customer_Voice_Portal docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Virtualization_for_Cisco_Unified_Customer_Voice_Portal].
 
-
 
-
&nbsp;
 
-
 
-
{| width="900" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" border="1"
 
-
|+ IOPS and KBps for up to 1500 Agents
 
-
|-
 
-
! scope="col" rowspan="2" | Packaged CCE Component
 
-
! scope="col" colspan="4" | &nbsp;IOPS&nbsp;&nbsp;
 
-
! scope="col" colspan="4" | KBps
 
-
|-
 
-
| 95th Pct
 
-
| Average
 
-
| Peak
 
-
| Write&nbsp;%
 
-
| 95th Pct
 
-
| Average
 
-
| Peak
 
-
| Write&nbsp;%
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified CCE Call Server
 
-
| 67
 
-
| 58
 
-
| 235
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 3396
 
-
| 2727
 
-
| 12023
 
-
| 90
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified CCE Data Server
 
-
| 671
 
-
| 590
 
-
| 2715
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 3360
 
-
| 3362
 
-
| 353623
 
-
| 70
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified CVP Server
 
-
| 17
 
-
| 13
 
-
| 259
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 462
 
-
| 408
 
-
| 7448
 
-
| 90
 
-
|-
 
-
| Finesse Server
 
-
| 34
 
-
| 30
 
-
| 112
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 1699
 
-
| 1404
 
-
| 2848
 
-
| 90
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified CVP OAMP Server
 
-
| 7
 
-
| 6
 
-
| 82
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 51
 
-
| 35
 
-
| 7481
 
-
| 90
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified Intelligence Center
 
-
| 533
 
-
| 436
 
-
| 894
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 3894
 
-
| 2446
 
-
| 11750
 
-
| 90
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified Communications Manager Publisher
 
-
| 37
 
-
| 34
 
-
| 555
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 577
 
-
| 482
 
-
| 2786
 
-
| 90
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified Communications Manager Subscriber
 
-
| 35
 
-
| 32
 
-
| 564
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 1174
 
-
| 973
 
-
| 3409
 
-
| 90
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified CVP Reporting Server
 
-
| 78
 
-
| 23
 
-
| 3843
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 1555
 
-
| 306
 
-
| 8703
 
-
| 90
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified CCE AW/HDS
 
-
| 743
 
-
| 636
 
-
| 6507
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 3565
 
-
| 4999
 
-
| 484334
 
-
| 30
 
-
|}
 
-
 
-
&nbsp;
 
-
 
-
{| width="900" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" border="1"
 
-
|+ IOPS and KBps for up to 1000 Agents
 
-
|-
 
-
! scope="col" rowspan="2" | Packaged CCE Component
 
-
! scope="col" colspan="4" | &nbsp;IOPS&nbsp;&nbsp;
 
-
! scope="col" colspan="4" | KBps
 
-
|-
 
-
| 95th Pct
 
-
| Average
 
-
| Peak
 
-
| Write&nbsp;%
 
-
| 95th Pct
 
-
| Average
 
-
| Peak
 
-
| Write&nbsp;%
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified CCE Call Server
 
-
| 64
 
-
| 58
 
-
| 89
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 3200
 
-
| 2744
 
-
| 3927
 
-
| 90
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified CCE Data Server
 
-
| 683
 
-
| 598
 
-
| 4758
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 5928
 
-
| 3406
 
-
| 236176
 
-
| 70
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified CVP Server
 
-
| 17
 
-
| 12
 
-
| 36
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 430
 
-
| 387
 
-
| 1029
 
-
| 90
 
-
|-
 
-
| Finesse Server
 
-
| 33
 
-
| 28
 
-
| 55
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 1738
 
-
| 1430
 
-
| 2576
 
-
| 90
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified CVP OAMP Server
 
-
| 7
 
-
| 6
 
-
| 973
 
-
| 60
 
-
| 35
 
-
| 22
 
-
| 1437
 
-
| 90
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified Intelligence Center
 
-
| 612
 
-
| 467
 
-
| 1066
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 4158
 
-
| 2582
 
-
| 13297
 
-
| 90
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified Communications Manager Publisher
 
-
| 48
 
-
| 41
 
-
| 450
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 602
 
-
| 531
 
-
| 3274
 
-
| 90
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified Communications Manager Subscriber
 
-
| 37
 
-
| 33
 
-
| 628
 
-
| 90
 
-
| 1110
 
-
| 979
 
-
| 4339
 
-
| 90
 
-
|-
 
-
| Unified CVP Reporting Server
 
-
| 88
 
-
| 19
 
-
| 2634
 
-
| 60
 
-
| 1638
 
-
| 472
 
-
| 68588
 
-
| 75
 
-
|}
 
-
 
-
&nbsp;
 
-
 
-
<br>
 
-
 
-
<br>
 
-
 
-
[[Category:Packaged_CCE]]
 

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