CloudCenter 4.8 has reached End of Life (EOL) as of November 14, 2018. See End of Support Notices for additional context.

Supported Services


Cisco does not provide out-of-box image mapping for  Datacenters and Private Clouds. Once you set up image mapping (see Map Images) for application VMs, CloudCenter out-of-box services (listed in this page) are automatically installed and displayed in the CCM UI. See Application Tier Properties for details on configuring these services.

Application VM Support

When installing the CloudCenter platform, the following services are dynamically displayed (out-of-box) for each application VM (as installed on CentOS6.x images). The following table lists the Out-of-Box (OOB) services that are included with the CloudCenter platform.

The OOB services included with the CloudCenter platform are merely examples that serve as a point of reference. If you plan to use these in your environment, be sure to review them and ensure that they meet your operational and security standards.

Service TypeServiceVersionLicense
Frontend Cache


4.0.4BSD License
Load BalancerHAProxy1.5.4GPLv2
Nginx1.0.15FreeBSD License
Web ServerApache22.2.15Apache License 2.0
Geronimo33.0.0Apache License 2.0
IIS7 & 8Windows
Jetty9.4.7Apache License 2.0
Ruby1.8.7 and 1.9.3Ruby, GPLv2, FreeBSD
Ruby on Rails2.3.14

MIT License

Ruby on Rails is only supported on Ubuntu12.04

Tomcat66.0.43Apache License 2.0
Tomcat77.0.59Apache License 2.0
Message BusActiveMQ5.8.0Apache License 2.0
RabbitMQ3.5.1Mozilla Public License
Backend CacheMemcached1.4.4Revised BSD License
File System


0.94LGPL 2.1


SQL Server2008 and 2012Windows
NoSQL DatabaseCassandra2.0.17Apache License 2.0
MongoDB2.6.7GNU AGPL v3.0
OrchestrationChef12.6 (latest)Apache License 2.0


4.3 (latest)Apache License 2.0


1.7.1Apache License 2.0
Jmeter2.12Apache License 2.0

PaaS Support

When installing the CloudCenter platform, the following services are dynamically displayed (out-of-box) for each cloud:

No.CloudCenter Supported ServicesSupported Clouds
1Relational Database Service (RDS)

AWS (latest version)

Prior to CloudCenter 4.9.0, you can define additional deployment parameters by name (vpcId and dbSubnetGroup) for the RDS service and pass the values for the VPC ID and DB Subnet Group at deployment time. The CloudCenter platform uses these values while provisioning the RDS instance. See External Service for additional context.

Effective CloudCenter 4.9.0, these two deployment parameters, vpcId and dbSubnetGroup, have been added to the RDS Service and you can pass these values at deployment time.

2Elastic Load Balancing (ELB)AWS (latest version)

Workflow Support

When installing the CloudCenter platform, the following services are dynamically displayed (out-of-box) for each integration:

No.CloudCenter-Provided ServicesSupported Integration

UCS Director

Cisco UCSD

Commercial Support

Cisco additionally provides commercial services that are not included in the above categories due to licensing issues. Some examples include, but are not restricted to, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM WebSphere, Oracale WebLogic, Oracle Database, and WSO2 Application Server. CloudCenter customers and partners can directly model these services or contact your CloudCenter account executive or partner for additional support.

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