To use, select a platform and adjust the slider bars or use the arrow keys on your keyboard. Numerical values are listed, as well as color coding indicating the following:
||The amount of reserve capacity available for allocation.
||The amount of resources already consumed.
||The amount of resources consumed by other UVC applications.
||When you have exceeded a suggested limit that puts the resource at risk of failure. For VMware® or Hyper-V® instances, only the numerical values turn red to indicate overallocation.
For the LifeSize UVC hardware servers, horizontal hardware capacity indicators appear for CPU, RAM, Network, and Disk I/O resources. These graphical depictions are not available for VMware or Hyper-V deployments; however, numerical values estimating the capacity of the underlying hardware appear in these cases so you can provision accordingly. These calculations are based on the minimum hardware specifications for a VM instance listed in hardware prerequisites for virtual machines in the LifeSize UVC Applications Installation and Deployment Guide.
For additional insight and information about each of the LifeSize UVC applications, consult your LifeSize representative.
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