System Capacity for Cisco Prime Collaboration 10.0

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Prime Collaboration Assurance and Prime Collaboration Provisioning system parameters are listed in the tables below.

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Cisco Prime Collaboration Assurance - Advanced
Cisco Prime Collaboration Assurance - Standard
Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning - Standard and Advanced

Cisco Prime Collaboration Assurance - Advanced

The following table lists the maximum capacity of Prime Collaboration Assurance when it is installed on a system that meets the virtual machine requirements. Prime Collaboration Assurance may not function as expected if the load exceeds the specified system capacity, for an OVA.

System Parameters

Small OVA
- 1000 endpoints


Medium OVA
- 10000 endpoint

Large OVA
- 80000 endpoints

Very large OVA
- 150000 endpoint

Concurrent client (browser) logins 5
5
10
25
Network IP devices(Infrastructure devices) Up to 500
Up to 1500
Up to 3500
Up to 4500
Access ports 10000
50000
100000
165000
Voice interfaces 500
1500
4000
15000
Cisco Unified Communications Manager (Unified Communications Manager) clusters 3
10
20
50
Unified Communications Managers 9
30
125
250
VCS Nodes 1 3 4 10
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express and Cisco Unity Express

Up to

100/100

Up to

300/250

Up to

750/750

Up to

1500/1500

Locations 100 250 1000 2500
Device Pools 100 300 750 1500
Survivable Remote Site Telephony (SRST) Devices 100
300
1000
1500
Route lists and route groups 250
500
1000
2000

Phone status tests/ Phone Tests

Phone test scale is for sequential execution in a batch test. Parallel phone tests are not supported in this release.

50
500
1000
2000
SRST monitoring 100
250
1000
2000
Synthetic tests 25
100
250
500
Node-to-node tests/IPSLA tests 100
500
750
1500
Syslogs/Min
100
500
4000
6000

Sustained event rate per minute

Sustained events are event rates handled by the system on a continuous basis.

10
25
50
100

High event rate per minute

High events are event rates handled by the system during high activity periods that last for a short duration (up to 15 mins in two cycles).

100
150
500
1500

Burst events

Burst events are event rates handled by the system for a one-time high activity period. This is a process event count that includes poll events, traps, syslogs, and service quality traps.(30 mins cycle per 7 days)

1000
1500
1500
3000
Phone Access Switch/Router up to 75
up to 200
up to 750

up to 1500

H.323/ MGCP Gateways/Voice Gateways 100 500 950 1500
Active TP Sessions
50
100
500
1000
TP Troubleshooting Sessions
2
10
25
50
Scheduled Meetings
25
50
150
250
CDR/CMR per minute sustained(16 hours/day)/Peak(8 hours/day)
50/75
150/250
800/1000
1000/2000
CDR/Min
Up to 50
Up to 150
Up to 800
Up to 1500
NAM or 1040 Streams/min
Up to 100
Up to 1000
Up to 5000
Up to 5000
CDR and RTP together/min
Up to 50/100
Up to 150/800
Up to 600/2500
Up to 1000/3000
Number of Precanned dashboards per application
As supported by CUCM
As supported by CUCM
As supported by CUCM
As supported by CUCM
Number of Custom Dashboards per CUCM Cluster (Including IM&P)/Number of dashlets per dashboard
15 Dashboards/6 Dashlets each
30 Dashboards/6 Dashlets each
60 Dashboards/6 Dashlets each
120 Dashboards/6 Dashlets each
Number of Custom Dashboards per Unity Connection Cluster/Number of dashlets per dashboard
15 Dashboards/6 Dashlets each
30 Dashboards/6 Dashlets each
60 Dashboards/6 Dashlets each
120 Dashboards/6 Dashlets each





































































Cisco Prime Collaboration Assurance - Standard

System Parameters
CUCM Cluster
1 (19 CUCM Nodes and 2 IM &P)
Unity Connection Cluster
1
TMS
1
VCS
1 VCS Server with 2 Nodes
No of Concurrent users
10
Number of Precanned dashboards
As supported by CUCM
Number of custom Dashboards per CUCM cluster(including  IM & P)/Number of dashlets per dashboard
15 Dashboards/6 Dashlets each
Number of Custom Dashboards per Unity Connection Cluster/Number of dashlets per dashboard
15 Dashboards/6 Dashlets each















Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning - Standard and Advanced

System Parameters Small Medium Large

Very

Large

BE6000

Eval Mode

Small

Eval Mode

M, L, VL

Endpoints1 1000
10,000
80,000
150,000
2500
1000
10,000
User IDs2
5000
20,500
150,500
200,500
20505
5000
20,500
Lines, EM Lines, and RDP Lines
3000
30,000
300,000
450,000
5000
3000
30,000
Directory Numbers (DNs)
3000
30,000
300,000
450,000
5000
3000
30,000
Device Profiles
2500
25,000
250,000
300,000
5000
2500
25,000
RDPs
2000
15,000
150,000
200,000
5000
200
15,000
Endpoints per User
100
1000
2000
2000
100
100
1000
Total Call Processors3,4
100
200
300
400
1
5
5
Total Message Processors3,4
100
100
200
200
1
5
5
IM&P Servers3,4
100
100
200
200
1
5
5
LDAP/Cisco ACS/TACACS+ Servers
75
500
1000
2000
75
75
500
Domains
75
500
1000
2000
75
75
500
Service Templates
450
3500
7000
8000
450
450
3500
Maximum Service Areas
500
4000
8000
10,000
500
500
4000
Maximum Service Areas per Domain
200
400
400
400
200
200
400
Concurrent Logins
30
300
300
300
30
30
350


Note:

  1. Prime Collaboration Provisioning counts all endpoints separately.
  2. User IDs in the system.
  3. Standard Mode deployments only allow one call processor (Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster or Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express), one IM&P server and one voicemail processor (Unity Connection cluster or Cisco Unity Express).
  4. Call processors are Cisco Unified Communications Manager publishers and Ciso Unified Communications Manager Express. Message Processors are Cisco Unity publishers, Cisco Unity Connection publishers or Cisco Unity Express. The limits shown are for default licenses. Contact ask-primecollaboration@cisco.com if you require an increase in scale license.
  5. BE6000 users with endpoints/lines must not exceed 1000 in total.

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