A general purpose platform or “Enterprise UC Cloud” providing powerful and unique functionality.
Today CRI’s Application Center can serve your Avaya UC needs which includes Avaya one-X, Aura Conferencing and Messaging applications. CRI AC can also support 3rd party applications on this powerful platform without having to provide dedicated servers. All of these applications can be mixed and matched based on the customer needs so there is no “standard” package. Even impressive features like fault tolerance can be selected on an application by application basis while residing on the same CRI AC.
- Provides a “Private Cloud” computing environment for the Avaya UC Application Suite & related 3rd party applications
- Preserves all active communications, including voice,video & data in a Fault Tolerant (FT) environment.
- Experience seamless server failovers, application migration & upgrades with zero downtime
- Dramatically reduce costs & increase functionality compared to traditional (N+1) solutions
- Stackable architecture for increased capacity & functionality
- Fully supports Disaster Recovery(DR) configurations
- Ability to add “utility” servers in the stack for beta testing and/or upgrades before migrating to production environment
- Reduces customer’s licensing requirements by 50% over traditional (N+1) solutions
- Highly reliable storage technology
CRI Application Center Product Overview
CRI’s Application Center creates a “Private UC Cloud” for your enterprise with greater functionality and reliability while lowering costs over traditional deployment. Application Center enables faster and easier deployment of real time communications capabilities such as voice, video, messaging, and presence. As a result, productivity and business agility can be increased. The flexibility within this architecture is tremendous, depending on the customer’s needs full redundancy, fault tolerance and disaster recovery are available options. Aimed at enhancing operations, virtualization serves as a means for consolidation of IT resources and is a critical strategy in infrastructure consolidation.