I would need some help clarifying Cisco MeetingPlace and Cisco WebEx solutions.
If my understanding is clear:
- Cisco Webex is a cloud which provides collaboration tool (audio, video, web conference) for the participans via a dedicated network through the Internet.
- Cisco MeetingPlace also a collaboration platform providing video, audio, web conference features but the resources HW/SW should be installed on-premises.
- these two can also be integrated in using WebEx node for MCS, so Cisco MeetingPlace users can have the option to use webex features as well?? or cisco MeetingPlace only available integrating it with the WebEx cloud?
I really appreciate any help and explantion which one is used for what, what is the benefit integrating them.
You're right on the first point. MeetingPlace would be accurately described as an on-premise extension of the WebEx SaaS platform. It functions as an alternative audio bridge as well as providing standards-based video client support (e.g. H323/SIP end points). If you choose to purchase the WebEx Node for MCS, you can also extend the web meeting functionality of WebEx to be on-premise.
Starting in MP8, it is no longer an a standalone product; WebEx is intertwined.
If you need to keep all internally use the WebEx node.
WebEx Node for MCS
The design of a Unified MeetingPlace solution is affected by the nature of the meetings to be hosted on the system. For example, is there a requirement for meetings to include only internal participants, or are external attendees also allowed? All web conferencing for the Unified MeetingPlace solution is provided by WebEx; however, the WebEx Node for MCS allows an organization to pull content sharing resources on-premises. If all meetings involve external participants, the WebEx Node for MCS is not required. However, if there is a requirement to have internal meetings where all the audio, video, and content sharing remains on-premises, the WebEx node for MCS should be deployed. The node essentially extends the WebEx cloud's collaboration bridge technology into a customer's organization by using dedicated MCS hardware and WebEx software. It does have direct communication with the Unified MeetingPlace Application server; however, it is still operated and managed through the WebEx site administration, thus it requires connectivity to the internet so that the node can initiate outbound TCP port 443 SSL connections to the organization's WebEx site.
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