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== Version 3.1 ==
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== Version 4.0 ==
[[Legend for Cisco Collaboration Virtualization Support|Click here for a Legend ]]  
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! width="100" rowspan="3" style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(229, 228, 226);" | <center>'''[[Legend for Cisco Collaboration Virtualization Support|Component &amp; Capacity Point]]'''</center>  
! width="100" rowspan="3" style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(229, 228, 226);" | <center>'''[[Legend for Cisco Collaboration Virtualization Support|Component &amp; Capacity Point]]'''</center>  
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! width="50" rowspan="3" style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(229, 228, 226);" | <center>'''[[Legend for Cisco Collaboration Virtualization Support|Use with]] [[Cisco Business Edition 6000|BE 6000]]?'''</center>  
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! colspan="4" style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(229, 228, 226);" | <center>'''[[Legend for Cisco Collaboration Virtualization Support|VM Configuration Requirements]]'''<br>[http://software.cisco.com/download/navigator.html?mdfid=283613665&flowid=42228 '''click to download OVA file for this version'''] [http://www.cisco.com/cisco/software/release.html?mdfid=283733603&flowid=22561&softwareid=280886992&release=X7.2&relind=AVAILABLE&rellifecycle=&reltype=latest '''<br>''']</center>  
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! colspan="4" style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(229, 228, 226);" | <center>'''[[Legend for Cisco Collaboration Virtualization Support|VM Configuration Requirements]]'''<br>[http://software.cisco.com/download/release.html?mdfid=284962668&softwareid=280886992&release=3.1(1.96) '''click to download OVA file for this version'''] [http://www.cisco.com/cisco/software/release.html?mdfid=283733603&flowid=22561&softwareid=280886992&release=X7.2&relind=AVAILABLE&rellifecycle=&reltype=latest '''<br>''']</center>  
! colspan="9" style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(229, 228, 226);" | <center>[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware|Supported Hardware (Latest)]]</center>  
! colspan="9" style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(229, 228, 226);" | <center>[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware|Supported Hardware (Latest)]]</center>  
! colspan="4" style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(229, 228, 226);" | <center>[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware|Supported Hardware (Older)]]</center>
! colspan="4" style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(229, 228, 226);" | <center>[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware|Supported Hardware (Older)]]</center>
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! width="70" rowspan="2" | <center>'''[[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|vDisk]]'''</center>  
! width="70" rowspan="2" | <center>'''[[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|vDisk]]'''</center>  
! width="50" rowspan="2" | <center>'''[[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|vNIC]]'''</center>  
! width="50" rowspan="2" | <center>'''[[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|vNIC]]'''</center>  
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! colspan="7" | <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#UC_on_UCS_Tested_Reference_Configurations|UCS Tested Reference Configurations]]'''</center>  
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! colspan="7" | <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#UC_on_UCS_Tested_Reference_Configurations|UCS Tested Reference Configurations]]'''<br>S is same as BE 6000 MD<br>S+ is same as BE 6000 HD<br>M includes BE 7000</center>  
! colspan="2" | <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#Processors_.2F_CPUs|UCS or 3rd-party Specs-based on Intel Xeon]]'''</center>  
! colspan="2" | <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#Processors_.2F_CPUs|UCS or 3rd-party Specs-based on Intel Xeon]]'''</center>  
! colspan="2" | <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#UC_on_UCS_Tested_Reference_Configurations|UCS Tested Reference Configurations]]'''</center>  
! colspan="2" | <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#UC_on_UCS_Tested_Reference_Configurations|UCS Tested Reference Configurations]]'''</center>  
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*'''[[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|Co-residency support]]''' = Full  
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*'''[[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|Co-residency support]]''' = Full<br>
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*'''[[Unified Communications VMware Requirements|Supported Versions of VMware vSphere ESXi]]''' = 5.1  
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*'''[[Unified Communications VMware Requirements|Supported Versions of VMware vSphere ESXi]]''' = 5.0 U1, 5.1, 5.5
*[[#IOPS_and_Storage_System_Performance_Requirements|Click for "IOPS"]]
*[[#IOPS_and_Storage_System_Performance_Requirements|Click for "IOPS"]]
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| 12 HD ports<br>[[#Notes_on_12-port_VM_configuration|See notes]]  
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| 16 HD ports<br>[[#Notes_on_v4.0_16HD-port_VM_configuration|See notes]]  
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| align="center" | <br>
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| align="center" | 16
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| align="center" | &nbsp; 8 GB
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| align="center" | &nbsp; 53 GB
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| align="center" | &nbsp; 1
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| bgcolor="white" align="center" | <br>
| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No  
| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No  
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| bgcolor="lawngreen" align="center" | Yes<br>
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No
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Yes
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No
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E5-2600/4600 v1 or v2 with 16+ physical cores at 2.40+&nbsp;GHz only.
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No
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8 HD&nbsp;ports<br>[[#Notes_on_v4.0_8HD-port_VM_configuration|See notes]]<br>
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| align="center" | 8<br>
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| align="center" | &nbsp; 8 GB<br>
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| align="center" | &nbsp; 53GB<br>
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| align="center" | 1<br>
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| bgcolor="white" align="center" | <br>
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| bgcolor="lawngreen" align="center" | Yes<br>
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| bgcolor="lawngreen" align="center" | Yes<br>
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| bgcolor="lawngreen" align="center" | Yes<br>
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Yes
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No<br>
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No<br>
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| bgcolor="yellow" align="center" colspan="2" | E5-2600/4600 v1 or v2 with 8+ physical cores at 2.40+ GHz only.
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No<br>
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No<br>
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No<br>
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== Version 3.1  ==
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[[Legend for Cisco Collaboration Virtualization Support|Click here for a Legend ]]
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! width="100" style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(229, 228, 226);" rowspan="3" | <center>'''[[Legend for Cisco Collaboration Virtualization Support|Component &amp; Capacity Point]]'''</center>
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! width="50" style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(229, 228, 226);" rowspan="3" | <br>
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! style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(229, 228, 226);" colspan="4" | <center>'''[[Legend for Cisco Collaboration Virtualization Support|VM Configuration Requirements]]'''<br>[http://software.cisco.com/download/release.html?mdfid=284962668&softwareid=280886992&release=3.1(1.96) '''click to download OVA file for this version'''] [http://www.cisco.com/cisco/software/release.html?mdfid=283733603&flowid=22561&softwareid=280886992&release=X7.2&relind=AVAILABLE&rellifecycle=&reltype=latest '''<br>''']</center>
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! style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(229, 228, 226);" colspan="9" | <center>[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware|Supported Hardware (Latest)]]</center>
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! style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(229, 228, 226);" colspan="4" | <center>[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware|Supported Hardware (Older)]]</center>
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! width="50" rowspan="2" | <center>'''[[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|vCPU]]'''</center>
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! width="50" rowspan="2" | <center>'''[[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|vRAM]]'''</center>
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! width="70" rowspan="2" | <center>'''[[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|vDisk]]'''</center>
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! width="50" rowspan="2" | <center>'''[[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|vNIC]]'''</center>
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! colspan="7" | <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#UC_on_UCS_Tested_Reference_Configurations|UCS Tested Reference Configurations]]'''<br>S is same as BE 6000 MD<br>S+ is same as BE 6000 HD<br>M includes BE 7000</center>
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! colspan="2" | <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#Processors_.2F_CPUs|UCS or 3rd-party Specs-based on Intel Xeon]]'''</center>
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! colspan="2" | <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#UC_on_UCS_Tested_Reference_Configurations|UCS Tested Reference Configurations]]'''</center>
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! colspan="2" | <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#Processors_.2F_CPUs|UCS or 3rd-party Specs-based on Intel Xeon]]'''<br> </center>
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|- style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(229, 228, 226);"
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| <center></center> <br>
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| <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#Table_1_-_UC_on_UCS_TRCs|S]]'''</center>
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| <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#Table_1_-_UC_on_UCS_TRCs|S+]]'''</center>
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| <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#Table_1_-_UC_on_UCS_TRCs|M]]'''</center>
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| <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#Table_1_-_UC_on_UCS_TRCs|L]]'''</center>
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| <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#Table_1_-_UC_on_UCS_TRCs|XL]]'''</center>
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| <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#Table_1_-_UC_on_UCS_TRCs|2XL]]'''</center>
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| <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#Processors_.2F_CPUs|Full UC Perf. CPU]]''' </center>
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| <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#Processors_.2F_CPUs|Restricted UC Perf. CPU]]'''</center>
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| <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#Table_1_-_UC_on_UCS_TRCs|S]]'''</center>
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| <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#Table_1_-_UC_on_UCS_TRCs|M]]'''</center>
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| <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#Processors_.2F_CPUs|Full UC Perf. CPU]]''' </center>
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| <center>'''[[UC Virtualization Supported Hardware#Processors_.2F_CPUs|Restricted UC Perf. CPU]]'''</center>
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*'''[[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|Co-residency support]]''' = Full (but see [[#v3.1_Sizing_and_Co-residency|notes]])<br>
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*'''[[Unified Communications VMware Requirements|Supported Versions of VMware vSphere ESXi]]''' = 5.1
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*[[#IOPS_and_Storage_System_Performance_Requirements|Click for "IOPS"]]
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| 12 HD ports<br>[[#Notes_on_v3.1_12HD-port_VM_configuration|See notes]]
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| align="center" | &nbsp; 16 GB  
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Also [[#Notes_on_v3.1_12HD-port_VM_configuration|see notes]]  
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8 HD&nbsp;ports<br>[[#Notes_on_v3.1_8HD-port_VM_configuration|See notes]]<br>
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| align="center" | 16<br>
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| align="center" | 16 GB<br>
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| align="center" | 60 GB<br>
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| align="center" | 1<br>
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No<br>
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No<br>
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No<br>
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| bgcolor="yellow" align="center" | Yes, but [[#Notes_on_v3.1_8HD-port_VM_configuration|see notes]]<br>
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No<br>
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No<br>
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| bgcolor="yellow" align="center" | E5-2600/4600 v1 or v2 with 16+ physical cores at 2.70+ GHz only.
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Also [[#Notes_on_v3.1_12HD-port_VM_configuration|see notes]]<br>
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| bgcolor="pink" align="center" | No<br>
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== Notes on 12-port VM configuration  ==
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== Notes on v4.0 16HD-port VM configuration  ==
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*16 ports HD 720p30
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*8 ports HD 1080p30
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*32 ports HD 480p30
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*64 ports HD 360p
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*200 audio
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== Notes on v4.0 8HD-port VM configuration  ==
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*8 ports HD 720p30
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*4 ports HD 1080p30
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*16 ports HD 480p30
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*32 ports HD 360p
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*200 audio
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== Notes on v3.1 12HD-port VM configuration  ==
Capacities:<br>  
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== TS Sizing and Co-residency  ==
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For co-residency with other Cisco Collaboration apps, TS follows all of the [[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|standard virtualization sizing and co-residency rules (click here)]].&nbsp; Due to the large vcpu footprint of the TS VM, this means co-residency will be limited to higher-density servers with &gt;20 total physical server cores.<br>
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== Notes on v3.1 8HD-port VM configuration  ==
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Capacities:<br>
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*8 ports HD 720p30
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*4 ports HD 1080p30
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*16 ports HD 480p30
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*32 ports HD 360p
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'''In addition''', TS may deploy vcpu vs. Logical Cores, '''but only if''' it is deployed by itself on a host, or co-resident only with non-Cisco-Collaboration apps that also allow deploying vcpu vs. Logical Cores. E.g the 20-vcpu VM deployed against Logical Cores on a host that only contains TS VM and non-UC apps would only require 10 physical CPU cores on that physical server.&nbsp;
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== v3.1 Sizing and Co-residency  ==
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Recall that none of the other Cisco&nbsp;Collaboration apps support CPU&nbsp;oversubscription and are requried to deploy vcpu vs. Physical Cores even when hyper-threading is enabled in the physical CPU.  
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When vTS 3.1 is co-resident with other Cisco Collaboration or allowed non-Collaboration/3rd-party apps, vTS 3.1 must follow all of the [[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|standard virtualization sizing and co-residency rules (click here)]].&nbsp;
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*or Two 8 HD port VMs per physical ESXi host
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*In the above deployment models, vTS is using physical CPU&nbsp;oversubscription via hyperthreading and deploying 1 vcpu to 1 Logical Core.&nbsp; '''Note: '''Recall that none of the other Cisco&nbsp;Collaboration apps support physical CPU&nbsp;oversubscription and are required to deploy 1 vcpu to 1 physical core even when hyper-threading is enabled in the physical CPU / BIOS.
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vTS 4.0 always follows the [[Unified Communications Virtualization Sizing Guidelines|standard virtualization sizing and co-residency rules (click here)]].<br><br>  
== IOPS and Storage System Performance Requirements  ==
== IOPS and Storage System Performance Requirements  ==
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Mean #IOPS 6
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Mean read latency 4ms
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Peak read latency 15ms
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Contents

Version 4.0

Click here for a Legend

Component & Capacity Point

VM Configuration Requirements
click to download OVA file for this version
Supported Hardware (Latest)
Supported Hardware (Older)
vCPU
vRAM
vDisk
vNIC
UCS Tested Reference Configurations
S is same as BE 6000 MD
S+ is same as BE 6000 HD
M includes BE 7000
UCS or 3rd-party Specs-based on Intel Xeon
UCS Tested Reference Configurations
UCS or 3rd-party Specs-based on Intel Xeon

S
S+
M
L
XL
2XL
Full UC Perf. CPU
Restricted UC Perf. CPU
S
M
Full UC Perf. CPU
Restricted UC Perf. CPU
16 HD ports
See notes

16   8 GB   53 GB   1
No Yes
No

Yes

No No

E5-2600/4600 v1 or v2 with 16+ physical cores at 2.40+ GHz only.

No No No No

8 HD ports
See notes


8
  8 GB
  53GB
1

Yes
Yes
Yes

Yes

No
No
E5-2600/4600 v1 or v2 with 8+ physical cores at 2.40+ GHz only. No
No
No
No




Version 3.1

Click here for a Legend

Component & Capacity Point

VM Configuration Requirements
click to download OVA file for this version
Supported Hardware (Latest)
Supported Hardware (Older)
vCPU
vRAM
vDisk
vNIC
UCS Tested Reference Configurations
S is same as BE 6000 MD
S+ is same as BE 6000 HD
M includes BE 7000
UCS or 3rd-party Specs-based on Intel Xeon
UCS Tested Reference Configurations
UCS or 3rd-party Specs-based on Intel Xeon

S
S+
M
L
XL
2XL
Full UC Perf. CPU
Restricted UC Perf. CPU
S
M
Full UC Perf. CPU
Restricted UC Perf. CPU
12 HD ports
See notes

20   16 GB   60 GB   1
No No
No

Yes, but see notes

No No

E5-2600/4600 v1 or v2 with 16+ physical cores at 2.70+ GHz only.

Also see notes

No No No No No

8 HD ports
See notes


16
16 GB
60 GB
1

No
No
No
Yes, but see notes
No
No
E5-2600/4600 v1 or v2 with 16+ physical cores at 2.70+ GHz only.

Also see notes

No
No
No
No
No



Notes on v4.0 16HD-port VM configuration

Capacities:

  • 16 ports HD 720p30
  • 8 ports HD 1080p30
  • 32 ports HD 480p30
  • 64 ports HD 360p
  • 200 audio


Notes on v4.0 8HD-port VM configuration

Capacities:

  • 8 ports HD 720p30
  • 4 ports HD 1080p30
  • 16 ports HD 480p30
  • 32 ports HD 360p
  • 200 audio


Notes on v3.1 12HD-port VM configuration

Capacities:

  • 12 ports HD 720p30
  • 6 ports HD 1080p30
  • 24 ports HD 480p30
  • 48 ports HD 360p

See also vTS 3.1 special sizing and co-residency rules.


Notes on v3.1 8HD-port VM configuration

Capacities:

  • 8 ports HD 720p30
  • 4 ports HD 1080p30
  • 16 ports HD 480p30
  • 32 ports HD 360p

See also vTS 3.1 special sizing and co-residency rules.


v3.1 Sizing and Co-residency

When vTS 3.1 is co-resident with other Cisco Collaboration or allowed non-Collaboration/3rd-party apps, vTS 3.1 must follow all of the standard virtualization sizing and co-residency rules (click here)

When vTS 3.1 is the only application on an ESXi host, and the hardware matches requirements in tables above, then the following deployments are also allowed:

  • One 12 HD port VM per physical ESXi host
  • or Two 8 HD port VMs per physical ESXi host
  • In the above deployment models, vTS is using physical CPU oversubscription via hyperthreading and deploying 1 vcpu to 1 Logical Core.  Note: Recall that none of the other Cisco Collaboration apps support physical CPU oversubscription and are required to deploy 1 vcpu to 1 physical core even when hyper-threading is enabled in the physical CPU / BIOS.

vTS 4.0 always follows the standard virtualization sizing and co-residency rules (click here).

IOPS and Storage System Performance Requirements

Mean #IOPS 6

Mean read latency 4ms

Mean write latency 10ms

Peak read latency 15ms

Peak write latency 15ms



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