Hybrid deployment, the Zoom way

Zoom’s cloud hybrid strategy has arrived, extending the Zoom cloud to enterprise infrastructure and helping to unify existing and future Zoom hybrid solutions for standardized deployment and operation.

Hybrid deployment, the Zoom way
Introducing Zoom Node: a platform designed for hybrid deployment

Introducing Zoom Node: a platform designed for hybrid deployment

Zoom Node is a central hub for hosting Zoom workloads — or modules — that provide Zoom functionalities, such as meetings or calling. It’s optimized to help address customer requirements in the areas of compliance, security, survivability and bandwidth optimization. Zoom Node and the service modules it supports are deployed on premises but managed from the Zoom cloud, effectively extending Zoom cloud functionality to customer data centers.

  • Turn-key hardened appliance architecture with bundled OS, managed by Zoom

  • Unified management via the Zoom web portal and Zoom Node dashboard

  • Managed automatic updates and patching

  • Integrated cloud-based alerting and logging

  • Full audit-logging of all administrative activities

  • Centralized log management and cloud log relay

Why use Zoom Node?

  • Cloud-driven control
    Cloud-driven control

    The unified, hybrid cloud platform includes a cloud registration and management framework designed for easy environment and service provisioning, onboarding, status monitoring and control, as well as granular logging.

  • Real-time insights
    Real-time insights

    Leverage the Zoom cloud management and analytics interface for Zoom Node and all supported modules, with granular logging as well as an alerting and notification service enabling frictionless troubleshooting.

  • Security

    When used in conjunction with a web proxy, certain Zoom Node service modules have the ability to keep Zoom media traffic inside the organization’s network to reduce or eliminate the need for cloud traversal and internet dependency. This technology also reduces the number of data ingress and egress points to further improve security posture.

  • Module visibility
    Module visibility

    With a registration service enabling the authorization and enrollment of components in customer data centers to the cloud and a debugging console displaying logs, stay on top of what’s happening across all your modules.

  • Customizable capacity
    Customizable capacity

    Zoom Node’s structure allows users to tailor their hybrid strategy according to their organization’s unique needs — adding on nodes and modules as required.The current Zoom Node has capacity for up to four modules.

Zoom Node modules

Service modules are service-specific Zoom workloads such as Zoom Meeting or Zoom Team Chat, that run on Zoom Node locally. These service modules are managed through the Zoom Web portal. Each Zoom Node is capable of supporting up to four service modules.


Zoom Phone Local Survivability

The Zoom Phone Local Survivability (ZPLS) module allows organizations to maintain certain Zoom Phone services within the organization even if internet connectivity is lost.

The Zoom Phone Local Survivability module capacity limits are as follows (dependent on hardware configuration):

  • Internal Extension Dialing

  • Contact Search/Dialing 

  • Dial From Call History

  • Hold/Resume Call

  • DTMF

  • Blind/Consult Transfer

  • Ad hoc 3-Party Conference

  • Full Extension dialing with Site Code

  • Inbound/Outbound PSTN calling support (requires SBC)

  • Call Park

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