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UC on UCS Co-Residency Policy

Has anyone heard if/when Cisco is going to relax the co-residency policy?

http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Unified_Communications_Virtualization_Sizing_Guidelines

Co-residency of UC with 3rd-party application VMs (such as  TFTP/SFTP/DNS/DHCP servers, Directories, Groupware, File/print, CRM,  VMware vCenter, etc.) is not supported at this time. These applications  may be placed on a separate physical server from UC. For UCS B-series,  this can be an adjacent blade in the same chassis.

This is something a lot o customers have problems?

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Re: UC on UCS Co-Residency Policy

Hi,

As of now, No news of relaxation.

Regards

Ronak patel

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UC on UCS Co-Residency Policy

Yes, this is a very common request from a lot of customers, but unfortunately I do not see Cisco changing it anytime soon. I understand it would be impossible for them to support it due to so many possible variations and the amount of testing they would have to do.

HTH,

Chris

Cisco Employee

UC on UCS Co-Residency Policy

This is now supported, but with "rules".   See updated page at URL above.

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UC on UCS Co-Residency Policy

Reading throught the new 'rules'...any idea when Unified Attendant Consoles will become co-resident supported?

Hall of Fame Master

UC on UCS Co-Residency Policy

Yes, Attendant Consoles are supported now to be co-resident with other UC applications.

Chris

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