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. Our product portfolio is rounded out with Reachme, a commercial grade SIP based Contact Center solution that integrates with Uniteme and Viewme which is a video […]
January 17, 2017
eZuce is pleased to announce the General Availability of uniteme and reachme 16.12.
We’re continuing to focus more on fixes and minor improvements in uniteme 16.12 as work ramps up on the next generation of code.
reachme however continues to see major enhancements since 16.08. With the 16.12 release we continue to improve and add to reports.
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 of the blog series we learn how to provision a minimal CentOS machine with Ansible-AWS. We launched a CentOS prepared EC2 instance that we will now […]
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 run and test sipXcom deployments we decided to write a series of blogs on how to automatically deploy and configure sipXcom […]
eZuce is pleased to announce the General Availability of sipXcom 16.08.
We’re continuing to focus more on fixes and minor improvements in 16.08 as work ramps up on the next generation of sipXcom. For those who watch the code repositories you should start to see some new projects appear.
Also as always, thanks to the Dev & […]
Choosing between an open source community release and its commercial version is not a straightforward decision. Differences in feature functionality between open and commercial versions weighed against requirements of the target production environment guides the outcome.
Over the past few years, EZuce Procare has been a significant force behind the success of its Uniteme product, a […]
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 servers that form the sipxcom cluster.
Normally, to upgrade a sipXcom cluster you need to download the latest sipxcom.repo on each of the servers. Then starting […]
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 to get familiar with the basics of the new DevOps trend.
I will write a few […]