Enables highly secure and reliable voice, video and unified communications services
Oracle Enterprise Virtual SBC (Session Border Controller) provides strong security, high availability, and interoperability for enterprise VoIP and unified communications (UC) networks. Organizations worldwide use it to deliver the highest service levels to customers. Oracle Enterprise Virtual SBC product highlights: 1) Industry's strongest SBC security with government grade FIPS & JITC protection 2) Carrier-class Network Reliability 3) Seamless Interoperability 4) Best-of-Breed Call Quality 5) Rich monitoring & Reporting Capabilities to Streamline Operations With the E-vSBC, enterprises can now address the increased need for flexible and agile voice, video and Unified Communications (UC) infrastructures while reducing Capex and Opex using Azure cloud services. MICROSOFT TEAMS CERTIFIED Oracle brings its industry-leading products and services to provide secure, integrated, and easily-managed voice services across the Office 365 and Microsoft Teams collaboration environment. MS Teams allows for PSTN connectivity in two ways: • Calling Plans: PSTN connectivity provided via Microsoft Cloud • Direct Routing: Enterprise or Carrier E-SBC provides connectivity to PSTN VM Login instructions: Please follow the below set of instructions for SSH Key Ingestion as part of the first boot on Azure cloud : - 1) Generate the key pair using “ssh-keygen -t rsa”. 2) Open the “id_rsa.pub” file and Copy the SSH public key value. 3) Bring up VM instance on Azure Cloud using the above SSH public key 4) Login the VM using SSH without any password. Please follow the below set of instructions for first login to the VM instance using password authentication on Azure cloud : - 1) Bring up VM on Azure Cloud 2) Login to the Azure cloud and Connect to the Azure shell prompt. 3) Run the command “az vm show --name
--resource-group ” on Azure shell and fetch the metadata of Azure instance.
4) Copy the vmId from metadata.
5) Prepare passwords as below to login as "user" or "admin"-
Password for "user" login = “acme”+ vmId.
Password for "admin” login = “packet” + vmId.