I would like to know if there is official support for Unity (not
Unity Connection) on a UCS C210M1 server. There seems to be conflicting information in Cisco's documentation. Does anybody know if this configuration is supported officially, and what kind of server configuration is needed? Thanks.
I haven't looked at this specifically but I thought I'd share this info:
Unity's guidelines and support for virtualization is different than that of UC on UCS. Virtualization for Unity was introduced by the BU in version 7x and it has it's own set of rules and hardware support that were developed independently of UC on UCS.
UC on UCS is a new virtualization model that relies on customers using Cisco's specialized UCS platform (B and C Series at the moment).
I know this doesn't completely answer your question but it does give some insight into what may appear to be discrepancies in documentation. I'd start with the Unity virtualization documentation as the first authority for what is supported for that platform.
Effective February 27, 2009, Cisco Unity 7.0 and 8.0 are supported on a VMware ESX 3.5 (or later) platform. The Cisco Unity on VMware solution relies on Cisco's customers to support and provide the VMware infrastructure and is recommended only for customers with significant expertise and investment in data-center virtualization. To get started, read the Design Guide for Cisco
Unity virtualization specs state "Cisco Unity virtual machine hard disks must reside on shared Fibre Channel storage. Traditional Fibre Channel host bus adapters and Fibre Channel over Ethernet converged network adapters are supported. NAS/NFS, iSCSI, and direct-attached storage are not supported."
So, that would indicate that Unity is not supported on C series due to use of DAS.
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