Unified IC can be installed as a standalone server or as a cluster of
a maximum of eight server nodes. There is one mandatory publisher node (called
Controller) and a maximum of seven subscriber nodes
Members). The Controller node includes a Member;
thus a deployment can consist of a Controller only.
All nodes must meet latency requirements as described in the SRND.
The primary node (the
Controller) includes both the Administration
(Operations, Administration, Maintenance, and Provisioning or OAMP) and the
Unified IC Reporting web applications. A Controller is required in all
deployments. A deployment can consist of a Controller only.
The Member nodes have the Unified IC Reporting web application only.
Unified IC is installed on Cisco Unified Voice Operating System (VOS).
This is an appliance model or "closed box" and does not support navigation
into, or manipulation of, the file system.
Unified IC must be installed on Multimedia Communications Servers
(MCS) or equivalent hardware, or a Virtual Machine running over UCS B-Series
and C-Series Servers.
The disk capacity and hardware type of Member nodes should be equal to
or greater than those of the Controller node.
Refer to the
Cisco Unified Intelligence Center Hardware and System Software
Specification (Bill of Materials) for server requirements and version
Refer to the Cisco Unified Intelligence Center Solution Reference
Network Design (SRND) Guide, available at in the Design Guides category at