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CVP server/port limits in UCCE UCS deployments


I am reviewing the Docwiki for UCCE/CVP deployments in a UCS environment.  The highest

capacity example was for 12000 agents and 3600 N+N CVP ports.  This CVP port sizing

is not the limit though?  I was reviewing Cisco Unified Customer Voice Portal  book and

it had the same example but in the notes section it states that "any number of unified cvp

VM's and combinations of coresidency of unfied CVP VM's  with other UC applications

are possible on an ESXi server..." as long as the resources of the CPU, memory, etc

are not over commited.

In my design, we are using B200 M3's and I should be able to have 5500 CVP ports and 5500 CVP

redundant ports running on their own respective CVP servers assuming Im not exceeding

the capcity of the blades (Im not spliitting across any cores).  This would be a router/logger configuation

with 6500 agents (hybrid - ICM agents and UCCE agents)

So as long as I observe the resource allocations of the blade servers, I should be ok for

5500 ports N+N, 7500 ports N+N, etc?


Mike Kana

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