The OVF file for
Prime Service Catalog 12.0 Virtual Appliance can be deployed in VMware vSphere
version 6.x. To deploy the Prime Service Catalog OVF file, you need to open a
vSphere Client and connect it to your VMware vCenter Server 6.x.
Make sure that
your VMware vCenter Server has enough resources to accommodate the Virtual
Appliance: 4 CPU, 8 GB of memory, 100 GB of disk space.
An SMTP server is
required. After deploying the OVF, you can enter the SMTP server setting via
the Shell Menu, as described in the Installation Instructions. The SMTP server
that you use must listen to port 25, and should not require authentication.
Cisco ONE Enterprise
Cloud Suite is a part of the Cisco ONE for Data Center solution and consists of
four components: Infrastructure Automation, Cloud Management, Big Data
Automation and Service Management. Each component can be used individually, or
all components can be used together to create an integrated hybrid cloud
solution. All components were designed to work together, providing you with an
incremental approach to hybrid cloud automation.
The Cisco ONE ECS
Service Management package which includes Cisco Prime Service catalog and Cisco
Process Orchestrator is sold as a one-year, three-year, or five-year
subscription and a customer can order the Service Management Base bundle with
an option to add-on the Service Management Workplace option.
For more information
about licensing contact your account manager.
Virtual Appliance for Deployment
installation mode is not supported in this release. From Prime Service Catalog
12.0 release onwards, the virtual appliance bundle contains two OVF files. The
"CPSC-virtualappliance-as-188.8.131.52.ova" to install the application server and
"CPSC-virtualappliance-db-184.108.40.206_SIGNED.ovf" to install the database. These
separate packages allow you to choose not to install the Prime Service Catalog
database node by instead making use of an existing Oracle 12c Database.
Use the below procedure to download and deploy Cisco Prime Service
Catalog Virtual Appliance (OVA) package. You can deploy Cisco Virtual Appliance
separately using the respective OVA file. The Database Node can be deployed
separately based on your requirement using the respective ova files mentioned
in the following procedure:
following zip files from cisco.com web site as per your requirement:
For application server
For database server use
CPSC-virtualappliance-db-220.127.116.11_SIGNED.ovf, The DB server
can be downloaded from the below three separate zip files:
temporary directory that will contain the contents of the three zip files, for
Extract each of
the three zip files into the directory created in the previous step, so that
the contents of all three zip files are located in the same directory.
Client, deploy the OVF file by navigating to the directory containing the
extracted files, and select the file "CPSC-virtualappliance-as-18.104.22.168.ova"
for application server or "CPSC-virtualappliance-db-22.214.171.124_SIGNED.ovf" for
After the OVF
is deployed as a VM in your VMware vCenter Server, power up the VM.