ISE Virtual Appliance Supports VMWare ESXi as Hypervisor. Is there any Plan on the roadmap that ISE will be supported on HyperV (or possibly XEN) in the future, because some customers don't have VMWare but using only HyperV.
The same question may be for other Virtual Appliances as well such as vWAAS, vASA etc.
Thank you for the rapid answer. Due to HyperV increasing marketshare the demand on these deployments may increase. As for the branch and central deployment design using a physical appliance may be more feasible choice wrt managing and operating different hypervisors and difficulty of sharing resources in multiple hypervisor environments.
The tradeoff though is to increased cost to provide a seperate appliance for ISE, WaaS, WLC. For VMWare Sites UCS-E may be very good choice indeed.
Agreed. I also know that the Business Unit is gauging the interest in the HyperV implementation and when it makes sense to fully support it, they will. However, the percentage of customers that are dead-locked in to the HyperV solution at this time remains very low.
UCS-E could be a good solution, if the infrastructure is in place.
There is currently no documentation on this process. This is not a supported installation/upgrade/migration path so, therefore, any documentation would be third party, prepared by the partner or end user that has done this.
If you're starting from a VM, you have the wrong approach. You'll want to install from .iso for best results.
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