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Business Edition 7000

Cisco BE7000 is optimized for enterprise-scale organizations with 1,000 to 5,000 users and 3,000 to 15,000 devices, but offers a great fit for smaller deployments where fast growth is expected. We can stack additional servers as required for more capacity to support larger-size deployments. How larger can you we go for a deployments and how many sites can we have on this deployments?

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@ali … 3rd-party infrastructure policy start with specs-based content at https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/uc_system/virtualization/collaboration-virtualization-hardware.html then see the various app pages and TAC TechNotes on www.cisco.com/go/virtualized-collaboration<http://www.cisco.com/go/virtualized-collaboration> .

Same rules for specs-based-Cisco-UCS vs. specs-based-3rd-party.

-james

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Thanks. Is there any OVA or OVF available more that can support more than 10K users?

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If you’re doing a megacluster, there are scenarios where you can get higher density per Pub using the 10K user VM.

IMP has a 25K user VM used with megaclusters.

Are you looking for high-density, low-node-count cluster architecture?

-james

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That is right James, I am looking for high-density, low-node-count cluster architectures. Can you elaborate a bit more on "there are scenarios where you can get higher density per Pub using the 10K user VM".

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IIRC, it’s covered in the megacluster review calls (see SRND for “megacluster”). Not aware of any other scale/density increases in UCM natively.

-james

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Hi

Is it true, that the BE 7000 cannot be integrated in a Cisco UCS Manager Domain? If yes, why not? The BE 7000 is a normal Cisco C-Series servers. 

 

regards

dani

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