Our Intention is to deply a Full Immersive Telepresence infrastructure into our enviornment.
We have 3 large Data Centres and number of remote sites and home users.
The intention is to deploy TMS 14.1 and TMSXE 3.1 into or AD and VCS-C and VCS-E will use DNS.
We will integrate this with our MS Exchange 2010 environment. Exchange is load balanced
With the requirements for 1:2 vCPU to pCPU mapping, smiliarly 1:1 mapping for RAM and the strict co resedency rules for VM, is placing the VCS and TMS servers within a Vblock a expensive blade solution?
With the above question in mind is Telepresence not best suited outside a Vblock blade chassis, unless the intention is to dedicate a blade to each VSC VM?
Does TMSXE v3.1 support load balance Exchange CAS servers.
I have been having issues with these questions and value any input.
I am not sure about the pricing of a vBlock solution but i think dedicating a vblock solution just for TP solution is going to get expensive. It is true that you need a 1:1 CPU reservation for VCS but depending on the number of applications on a server and the number of CPUs on a server, you should be able to get away with a pizza box Cisco server. Not knowing your requirements, endpoints etc, it will be difficult to comment.
I would suggest you take a look at: http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Unified_Communications_in_a_Virtualized_Environment and figure how much horse power is required and see what the equivalent C series server is going to be and compare costs with the vBlock solution.
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