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Cisco Prime Collaboration: Virtualization Information

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Below is the Cisco Prime Collaboration virtualization information copied from the development page. We do not yet have final IOPS numbers for the assurance, but you can budget ~10 average and 25 maximum.

Generally, to size you need to add up the cores, RAM and total amount of vDisk and make sure the system and the VMware can provide the total requirement.  Assume resources are dedicated to each VM.  The more complex part of sizing is the disk performance, since it is essentially shared across the applications.  Adding up the IOPS will give you an idea of the total amount of disk performance needed.  This is a simple method of generally determining how many and which applications can be added to a server. 

Supported OVA Templates: Prime Collaboration

Application, OVA Capacity and Notes+Download Link

vCPU Cores

vCPU Speed

vRAM / Memory

vDisk

IOPS (avg) (1)

IOPS (max) (1)

vNIC

Notes

Prime Collaboration Provisioning up to 1K phones

1

2.33Ghz

2 GB

90 GB

100

500

1

Prime Collaboration Provisioning 1K to 10K phones

4

2.33Ghz

8 GB

120 GB(2)

100

500

1

Prime Collaboration Provisioning 10K to 100K phones app server

8

2.33Ghz

16 GB

120 GB(3)

100

500

1

requires DB VM

Prime Collaboration Provisioning 10K to 100K phones database server

8

2.33Ghz

16 GB

120 GB(3)

100

500

1

requires App VM

Prime Collaboration Provisioning 100K to 150K phones app server

8

2.33Ghz

16 GB

150 GB(3)

100

500

1

requires DB VM

Prime Collaboration Provisioning 100K to 150K phones database server

8

2.33Ghz

16 GB

150 GB(3)

100

500

1

requires App VM

Prime Collaboration Assurance 1K phones

4

2.33Ghz

8 GB

150 GB

1

Prime Collaboration Assurance 1K to 10K phones

8

2.33Ghz

16 GB

200 GB

1

Prime Collaboration Assurance 10K to 100K phones

12

2.33Ghz

24 GB

500 GB

1

Prime Collaboration Assurance 100K to 150K phones

18

2.33Ghz

32 GB

750 GB

1

Notes:

(1) IOPS are for each CM publisher synced in parallel. If only one CM publisher then IOPS are 100/500. The maximum figures would be expected during nightly Infrastructrure or Subscriber syncs.
(2) PM requires SAS or SCSI drives for deployments over 1K phones up to 10k phones (Disks must be aligned)
(3) PM requires FC SAS for deployments over 10K phones (Disks must be aligned

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Thanks for posting this!  +5

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Objective and precise! Thanks for the info!

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