With the evolution of the Internet over the last 10 years, new and very advanced applications have emerged and this trend continues to accelerate. Developing complex software requires deep expertise in several areas. Very often it is challenging, if not impossible to find employees with the right skill set within a 50-mile radius of company […]
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 use that AMI to create our first EC2 sipXcom instance.
Step 1. Get AMI-id for new sipXcom template
Connect to your AWS console. Under Images– AMI’s we have:
Now we […]
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 […]
After you install your sipXcom servers (DevOps style of course), the next step will be to configure them. The traditional method of configuring a single server or cluster of servers is to run sipxecs-setup on primary node, finish installation then go to Admin UI where you need to add your secondary servers (if you are […]
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 […]