So now that the VCS 7.1 virtual machine deployment guide has been released, the guide mentions some VM co-residency requirements:
(Copied from the guide):
VCS VM follows the CTG co-resident support policy detailed in EDCS-1121388. In summary this means that VCS can co-reside with applications (any other VMs occupying same host) subject to the following conditions:
no oversubscription of CPU: 1:1 allocation of vCPU to physical cores must be used (2 cores required per VCS VM)
no oversubscription of RAM: 1:1 allocation of vRAM to physical memory
sharing disk storage subsystem is supported subject to correct performance (latency, BW) characteristics
So VCS is supported with other applications running on the same physical server, subject to the above limitations - this is great. My quesiton is will CUCM or other Cisco UC applications be supported in co-residency with VCS, assuming the dedicated CPU cores and other requirements are met?
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