notes describe new features, requirements, restrictions, and caveats for Cisco
Prime Collaboration Deployment. These release notes are updated for every
Collaboration Deployment is an application designed to assist in the management
of Unified Communications applications. It allows the user to perform tasks
such as migration of older software versions of clusters to new virtual
machines, fresh installs, and upgrades on existing clusters.
Collaboration Deployment has four primary, high-level functions:
Migrate an existing
cluster of Unified Communications servers to a new 10.5(x) cluster (this may be
MCS to virtual or virtual to virtual)
Perform operations on
existing clusters (8.6.1 or higher). Examples of these operations include:
Upgrade the cluster to a
new version of software
Restart the cluster
Changing IP addresses or
hostnames in the cluster on existing Release 10.x clusters
Fresh install a new
Release 10.x Unified Communications cluster
Cisco Prime Collaboration Deployment does not support
internationalization or languages other than English.
Releases for This
Notes apply to both Cisco Prime Collaboration Deployment Release 10.5.3 and
Cisco Prime Collaboration Deployment Release 10.5.3 service upgrade (SU1).
Cisco Prime Collaboration Deployment Release 10.5.3 SU1 provides fixes
to the following defects:
CSCuv33259—Crashed status while discovering large clusters with
CSCus76770—Fix usage of SSL in JAVA to address poodle
Upgrade to Cisco Prime Collaboration Deployment Release 10.5.3 SU1
if you are running Cisco Prime Collaboration Deployment Release 10.5.3 and
require fixes for the above CDETS. Apart from these fixes, all other
information in the Release Notes applies to the SU1 release as well.
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