Digium’s award-winning unified communications system, now offers the scalability, cost savings, and high availability of VMware. But what technical details do you need to know to plan your virtualised communications system?
What version of VMware is supported?
vSphere® 5.0 and above.
Which OS is supported?
What format is the Virtual image?
Open Virtual Application (OVA).
What is included in the Virtual image?
Switchvox and the VMware Tools.
What resources must I increase to allow for more:
- Extensions — CPU and Memory
- Concurrent calls and recordings — CPU, assuming Disk IO is sufficient
|Number of Users||Concurrent Calls||CPU||RAM|
|30||12||2 Single- core||4GB|
Recap of the amazing features of Switchvox with VMware:
No more dedicate PBX appliances
Driven by VMware’s disaster recovery capabilities and scalability, Switchvox support for VMware eliminates the need for a dedicated PBX appliance and provides small and medium-size businesses with a phone system that meets the needs of an enterprise at a fraction of the cost of traditional voice deployments.
Virtualizing Switchvox releases companies from stringent hardware requirements and specifications. VMware provides the flexibility to adjust system resources on the fly, delivering a phone system that grows with the success of your business, and with the performance you demand from your communications.
Downtime is expensive, and virtualization is the key to ensuring that downtime is minimized. Utilizing VMware’s disaster recovery tools, High Availability is possible with Switchvox, allowing your company to stay connected to customers at all times.
Switchvox support for VMware lets you take advantage of your existing virtual environment, eliminating the need for costly, dedicated voice appliances. Having fewer appliances also significantly reduces maintenance and power costs.