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AWS Ansible SipXcom Blog Series:Part 2

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 [...]

AWS-Ansible-Part One of SipXcom Blog Series

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 [...]

How to Dockerize Wireshark

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 [...]

Configuring sipXcom DevOps style

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 [...]

Upgrading sipXcom cluster DevOps style using Ansible

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 [...]

Installing a sipXcom cluster in DevOps style with Ansible and Vagrant

The eZuce developers are preparing to move to microservices with a completely new design for our next generation unified collaboration system, we too (ops, support and generally non-dev staff) need [...]

Goodbye SIPfoundry

Hello sipXcom! THE Open Source Unified Communications Project Based on increasing difficulties working with project leadership at SIPfoundry, eZuce will no longer be supporting the sipXecs project at SIPfoundry. We [...]

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