The Cisco Meeting Server Advanced (COLLAB350) v1.0 is a 3-day instructor-led course that introduces learners to the installation and configuration of a resilient and scalable Cisco Meeting Server installation.


Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:
  • Cisco Meeting Server API commands
  • Scalable and resilient deployments
  • Customization
  • Recording


The course contains these components:
  • API Configuration
    • Reviewing Cisco Meeting Server Intermediate
    • Lab: Single-Server Deployment
    • Describing APIs
    • Configuring Software with an API
    • Configuring Spaces with the Cisco Meeting Server API
    • Lab: API Introduction
    • Customization Configuration
    • Lab: Customization
  • Resilient and Scalable Deployments
    • Planning a Resilient and Scalable Cisco Meeting Server Deployment
    • Configuring a Database Cluster
    • Lab: Database Cluster Configuration
    • Configuring a Call Bridge Cluster
    • Lab: Call Bridge Cluster Configuration
    • Configuring Load Balancers and Trunks
    • Lab: Multiple-Trunk and Load-Balancer Configuration
    • Configuring Multiple Web Bridges
    • Lab: Multiple Web Bridge Configuration
    • Configuring Multiple TURN Servers
    • Lab: Multiple TURN Server Configuration
    • Configuring Multiple Recorders
    • Lab: Multiple Recorder Configuration
    • Integrating with a Resilient and Scalable Cisco Meeting Server Deployment
    • Lab: Integrating with VCS and Microsoft Skype for Business in a Multiple Call Bridge Installation
  • Additional Features
    • Deploying an H.323 Gateway
    • Describing Multitenancy Options
    • Describing Customization Options

Prerequisite Knowledge

The knowledge and skills that a learner should possess before attending this course are as follows:
NOTE: The first lab of this course is an assessment of the course prerequisites. Cisco reserves the right to move students to the next available Cisco Meeting Server Intermediate (COLLAB250) course if prerequisite knowledge is not in place.