If I have 16 concurrent meeting licenses and 31 concurrente Audio/P2P licenses for Clariti:
- Is it enough with a DMA in Rack Server 230 to cover the total concurrent calls that can be achieved with this licensing?
- Without active VMRs and with this licensing, how many point-to-point calls could be made simultaneously in total?
- Would calls to a Media Suite VRR or cascades between RPCS for Clariti consume licenses?
Thanks for your help.
I cannot find the hardware specs of the current rack server 230, but I've attached the min/max VMware requirements of all RP Clariti VE components.
With the min VE deployment the DMA supports 200, with the max deployment 5000 concurrent calls per instance.
But the bottleneck is not the DMA, it is the collaboration server. Do you also have the RPCS 1830 or RMX2000/4000 appliance?
For infrastructure I recommend to consult your RP Clariti certified Polycom partner for providing you the right solution design instead of the community.
I have 5 RPCS1800.
I put this case as an exercise. Whenever for me the answers to the questions would be: -NO, -47, -YES.
But for a Clariti certified partner, the answers are: -YES, -431, -YES
But I would use the DMA as appliance, not as Virtual Edition: https://support.polycom.com/content/dam/polycom-support/products/uc-infrastructure-support/managemen...
according to page 15 of the DMA 10.0.0.1 release notes (your second link) the R230 supports deployments with 200 or fewer licensed concurrent calls.
This version of the RealPresence DMA system, Appliance Edition, can be installed on the following Polycom servers:
●Polycom Rack Server 620 (R620)
●Polycom Rack Server 630 (R630)
●Polycom Rack Server 640 (R640)
●Polycom Rack Server 220 (R220)–deployments with 200 or fewer licensed concurrent calls
●Polycom Rack Server 230 (R230)–deployments with 200 or fewer licensed concurrent calls