XLeap In-House Server
- Advanced XLeap tools and spaces
- Conferencing services (cloud based) 1
- Video conferencing
- Voice conferencing
- Screen sharing
- Enterprise class application server
- operating system: Linux or Windows Server (please specify in order)
- database: embedded Apache Derby (default) or choice of customer-supplied database servers
- Installed in the customer’s data center
- Single Sign On integration (SAML2.0)
- Enterprise class security controls
- Branded login page, welcome space, session reports
- Easy roll-out across the organization - just add Host licenses
- Personally licensed Hosts can run unlimited sessions with unlimited 2 participants
Software requirements are given below. A detailed System and Deployment Guide is available for download.
Once the customer has made its deployment decisions and implemented them on the network, deployment is easy: Download the installer, execute, configure. Software maintenance is a matter of minutes as it occurs by download and implementation of executable update installers.
Deployment of an XLeap In-house Server requires
- A one-time installation support fee
- A subscription for the server software
- At least one Host subscription covering the required number of Host licenses.
Administration of subscriptions occurs via an online connection to XLeap's licensing system.
|Supported operating systems (x86_64)||Supported databases|
|Amazon Linux 2||Apache Derby (embedded)|
|CentOS Linux 7 or later||MS SQL Server 2016 or later|
|RedHat Enterprise Linux 7 or later||MySQL 5 (compatible) or later, e.g. Aurora|
|Windows Server 2016 or later|
Note: The XLeap installer delivers and installs an OpenJDK 8 Development Kit.
- XLeap conferencing services are optional. XLeap works well in combination with any conferencing solution customers may prefer.
- Disclaimer: 'Unlimited' means that there is no contractual limit on the number of sessions a Host may run and the number of participants who may join. However, XLeap is not a tool for mass communication. The number of concurrent participants supported in a session depends, amongst other things, on the equipment and network infrastructure participants use. For example, events and conditions on the Internet which are outside XLeap's control can affect the quality of voice connections.
'Anytime sessions' to which participants contribute in their own time do not require a voice conference and will accept contributions from several hundred participants.