Since containerization and microservices seems to be the way to got in future software production, I’ve decided to take a look at our current sipxcom/uniteme platform and find a way [...]
Starting services and populating new servers with users, gateways, devices, etc. In previous posts we’ve demonstrated how to create a sipXcom AMI from a base CentOS template, how to install [...]
In part 4 of the AWS Ansible sipXcom blog series I'll show you how to add AWS Route 53 entries to match a newly created server. At the end of [...]
Create an EC2 instance from sipXcom template and configure newly launched server In Part 2 we created a sipXcom based AMI build on the CentOS created in Part 1. Let’s [...]
Learn how to create a sipXcom-based AMI This is Part 2 of the blog series that will teach you how to deploy sipXcom in AWS DevOps style. In Part 1 [...]
Upon completion of this blog series you will know how to deploy sipXcom in AWS DevOps style Since some of our users and our QA department are using AWS to [...]
Since last weekend was a rainy and boring one, in my part of the world, I decided to upgrade my laptop running Fedora 23 to Fedora 24. After encountering a [...]
After you install your sipXcom servers (DevOps style of course), the next step will be to configure them. A recent article states that the goal of DevOps is to streamline [...]
Ansible is a configuration management tool, one of the best available. This tool doesn’t need any clients installed on remote machines and uses ssh to execute remote commands on the [...]
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