Am planning to move my VCS C and VCS E to virtual environments from appliance. I have few queries regarding this
1) Looking for Large VCS C/E - But don't know how many concurrent calls can be hosted in a single VM. Is it fine to proceed with a shared resource or need to go for a stand alone virtual machine. What will be the pro's and cons.
2) Which operating system should be installed on the virtual machines?
3) Which Intel Xenon family of CPU (model and processing speed) i need to look for?
4) And am not able to understand table of Full UC Performance CPU's and restricted UC performance CPU's.
Am not buying a virtual machine from CISCO, and am going to use our own Hardware. So could any one please let me what are the all points apart from above i need to watch out for.
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