virtualisation

Deploying Pexip Infinity in Google Cloud Platform – GCP

So since version 16 of Pexip Infinity, it has supported deployments in GCP.  The one nice thing about GCP is that the data centres are connected to each other, so you can do a global deployment without having to spin up your own VPNs and pay extra for them. Anyway, onto the deployment. The official …

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Welcome to 2018…a bit late plus a lick of paint on the blog site.

So sorry for the lack of posts but it’s been a busy few weeks.  Since the new year, I’ve been to Oslo for the annual Pexip kick off for the whole company.  We heard from some customers and partners on great success stories on working together and had a drink or two as well to …

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pexip certified skype

Pexip Infinity Fusion Gateway for Skype for Business

Just over a month ago on the 1st August 2017, it was announced that Pexip Infinity Fusion Gateway is now certified for Skype for Business Server.  This means that any customers running version 15.1 software and using Pexip as a gateway (Pexip Infinity Fusion), now have a certified solution for Skype for Business Server video …

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Round up from Last Week – UC Expo and IMCCA

Well what a week for me. Busy busy busy.. UC Expo London Monday was spent preparing the platform for UC Expo on Wednesday/Thursday and then Tuesday morning was spent preparing one of my two presentations at UC Expo in the Microsoft theatre. Topics were set, just needed content. Tuesday afternoon I rocked up to Excel …

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Pexip Infinity & Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V

Just in case you thought would it work or would it not, of course it does.  In the below image, I am using Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V Standard Edition with GUI.  Pexip Infinity will also run happily on Hyper-V Server (bare metal) too.  I am using the Hyper-V role on the standard edition server.

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