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Old 08-06-2015, 10:53 AM
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Default Are you using Avaya Virtualized Application Manager (AVAM)

The Avaya Virtualized Application Manager (AVAM) is a software deployment utility that was introduced to deploy Avaya applications into Customer provided VMware Environments. It’s an alternative deployment tool to VMware tools such as vCenter or the vSphere Client.

The System Management team would like to understand how much this tool is being used in order to make product lifecycle decisions.

Question: How often do you see AVAM being used to deploy Avaya application OVA’s in customer provided VMware environments (never, sometimes or frequently)?

Please respond to this Sticky Thread or send an email response to: Mike DiSaia (disaiam@avaya.com) and John Cato (jcato@avaya.com). The lack of any response will be received as the field is not using the AVAM utility.
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