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LISP, UCS, CSR100V, and Customer prem networks

In a traditional setup where you have servers in a data center, and servers at a customer site, using two routers setup as a bridge, you can extended their vlans across the WAN.

However, UCS throws a monkey wrench into this since the servers are now virtual, on a virtual switch, and in an MPLS environment to boot. 

So let say you have UCS configured as multitenant, and access to each tenant is done through a series of port channels. Well you cant stick a router in front of it to bridge the vlans, so my question is,

Does LISP do the same thing and can it be done with a CSR1000V premium license on the VM and a 2921 on the customer prem, and are there any decent examples of such available?

Are there any alternatives, of just run the CSR100V and configure a bridged network?