With Chetan Parik
Welcome to the Cisco Support Community Ask the Expert conversation. This is an opportunity to learn and ask questions about basics of Cisco UCS Central tool and its application. with Cisco expert Chetan Parik. With lots of companies adopting Cisco UCS, there is a demand for managing multiple Cisco UCS clusters using a centralized tool. Cisco UCS Central is a new tool for centrally managing multiple Cisco UCS clusters using a single tool.
Chetan Parik is a customer support engineer from the Server Virtualization team at the Cisco Technical Assistance Center in Bangalore, India. He has seven years of total experience. He has worked on a wide range of Cisco data center products such as Cisco UCS and Cisco Nexus 1000V. He also has five years of experience on VMware virtualization products.
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You have mentioned that UCS Central supports 100+ UCS domain. On what factors does this depends on? Is it that more capable server will be able to manage a large number of UCS domain?
This number is purely based on our tests. It has no connection with the capability of the server.
We should have an official number soon but 100 is a safe number at this moment.
Hope this answered your query. Please feel free to ask more questions if you have any.
UCS central is a VM that can run on VMWare ESXi or Microsoft Hyper V server. It comes packaged in an OVA file. You can deploy a VM using this OVA file on an ESXi server. You can download the presentation as the slides cover how to deploy UCS central from OVA file.
Let me know if you have any questions.
I mentionned a problem with UCS Central : https://supportforums.cisco.com/thread/2200618?tstart=0
My question is how to check by CLI that communication is correct beetween UCSM and central, for example when we create a service profile and we take ressources in global pools (with debug command from UCSM) ?