System Capacity for Cisco Prime Collaboration Business 11.5

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


Cisco Prime Collaboration- Business Mode

System Parameters

(Cisco Business Edition 6000)
- 3000 endpoints

(Cisco Business Edition 7000)
- 15000 endpoints

Concurrent client (browser) logins 5
5
Device Support
Network IP devices(Infrastructure devices) Up to 500
Up to 1500
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Clusters
1
2
Unified Communications Managers per cluster
3 nodes (Publisher + Subscriber + IM & Presence
6 nodes (1 Publisher + 3 Subscribers + 2 IM & Presence)
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express/Cisco Unity Express
Up to 50 (1 per branch)
Up to 50 (1 per branch)
Cisco Unity Connection Clusters
1 cluster (1 primary and 1 secondary)
2 clusters (Each with 1 primary + 1 secondary)
Cisco Telepresence Server
1 vTPS
1 MM410v hardware with 2 vTPS instances
Cisco Telepresence Conductor
2 nodes cluster
4 nodes cluster
TMS Cluster
1 cluster (1 primary and 1 secondary)
1 cluster (1 primary and 1 secondary)
Cisco Telepresence Content Server
1
2 (may be clustered)
Cisco Contact Center Express
1 primary and 1 secondary
1 primary and 1 secondary
Cisco Attendant Console
1
2
Cisco Emergency Responder
1
2
Cisco Paging Server
Not supported
Not supported
Cisco Prime License Manager
Not applicable
1
VCS Expressway
1 cluster with 4 nodes
2 clusters (each with 4 nodes)
Access Ports
5000
20000
Interfaces(Ethernet)
up to 200
up to 400
Phone Access Switch/Router
Up to 75
Up to 200
H.323/ MGCP Gateways/Voice Gateways/SRST/CUBE
Up to 100 (50 branches with each having 2 Gateways)
Up to 100 (50 branches with each having 2 Gateways)
Locations
Up to 50
(CAC locations shall be tested with 50 locations and 50 links)
Up to 100
(CAC locations shall be tested with 100 locations and 100 links)
Device Pools
Up to 100
Up to 200
Route lists and route groups Up to 250
Up to 500
T1/E1/SIP Trunks
Up to 100
Up to 100
ESXi (UCS server)
Up to 5
Up to 5
vCenter 1 1
Events/Alarms/Syslogs
Syslogs/Min (Phone Unregistration Syslogs)
100
500
Sustained event rate per minute
Sustained events are event rates handled by the system on a continuous basis
10
25
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
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
CDR
CDR per day
Maximum of 30,000
Maximum of 1,50,000
CDR/CMR per minute sustained(20 hours/day)/Peak(4 hours/day)
20/30
100/150
UC Performance Monitor Support
Number of Precanned dashboards per application
As supported by CUCM
As supported by CUCM
Number of Custom Dashboards per CUCM Cluster (Including IM&P)/Number of dashlets per dashboard
10 Dashboards/6 Dashlets each
15 Dashboards/6 Dashlets each
Number of Custom Dashboards per Unity Connection Cluster/Number of dashlets per dashboard
10 Dashboards/6 Dashlets each
15 Dashboards/6 Dashlets each
Device Trace Log Collection and Call Analysis

Disk size
25 GB
50 GB
Maximum number of devices from which logs can be collected concurrently
25
50
Maximum concurrent log collection jobs
3
3
Maximum size of a zipped log file that can be downloaded at one instance
0.5 GB
1 GB
Maximum number of call records displayed on the user interface
10K
10K
Maximum number of jobs supported concurrently
1
1
Time to perform analysis of one log file
It depends on the size of the file; however for a 1 GB file, the estimated time is 2 hours
It depends on the size of the file; however for a 1 GB file, the estimated time is 2 hours

Endpoint distribution

OVA Deployment Model Total Number of Endpoints IP Phones/Software Clients/DX Series Collaboration Room Endpoints/EX Series Immersive Telepresence
Standard (Applicable to standalone Standard OVA only)

NA

The OVA can manage a single Unified CM or Cisco TMS (TelePresence) cluster

- - -

Business Edition 6000

(Applicable to Cisco Business Edition 6000 devices and endpoints)

Up to 3000 Up to 3000 Up to 300 Up to 50

Business Edition 7000

(Applicable to Cisco Business Edition 7000 devices and endpoints)

Up to 15,000 Up to 15,000 Up to 1500 Up to 200

Cisco Prime Collaboration Assurance - Standard

System Parameters All OVAs
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
10 Dashboards/6 Dashlets each
Number of Custom Dashboards per Unity Connection Cluster/Number of dashlets per dashboard
10 Dashboards/6 Dashlets each



Note:


  1. User IDs in the system.
  2. 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).
  3. Call processors are Cisco Unified Communications Manager publishers and Cisco 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.

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