sipXcom Beta Release 17.08

July 28, 2017   Summary eZuce is pleased to announce the Beta Release of sipXcom 17.08. As a beta release, some of these notes may be revised before the [...]

sipXcom Open Source Support Offer from eZuce

Did you know eZuce now offers technical support and a Service Level Agreement (SLA) for the open source software at sipXcom (formerly SIPFoundry sipXecs).  sipXcom ProcareTM became available in [...]

Enterprise Connect Take Away – What’s trending in Unified Communications

Team collaboration, APIs, communication platforms-as-a-Service (CPaaS) were all trending topics at this year’s Enterprise Connect 2017 conference in Orlando  (March 27-30). There were an array of “workstream communication and [...]

What’s the Difference between sipXcom Open Source UC and eZuce’s Uniteme Unified Communications Solution?

eZuce provides the lion's share of development effort going into the sipXcom open source communications system. We also maintain a commercial version of this system that we call Uniteme. [...]

Automating QA/Testbed Deployments with Proxmox, Docker and Ansible

Proxmox Virtual Environment  is a complete server virtualization management solution, based on KVM  and container virtualization, and is the weapon of choice for our QA team. This article should [...]

sipXcom and Jitsi are a Match Made in Open Source Heaven

sipXcom’s Jitsi Provisioning Support Overview Jitsi desktop client has been around for many years and is one of the premiere softphones available in the Open Source community. Jitsi started [...]

Dockerizing Freeswitch

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 [...]

AWS Ansible SipXcom Blog Series: Part 5

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 [...]

AWS Ansible sipXcom Blog Series: Part 4

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 [...]

AWS Ansible SipXcom Blog Series:Part 3

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. [...]

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