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Skype for Business Online Cloud Connector Edition 2.1 Released with support for monitoring using Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS)

As promised a few weeks ago on the Skype for Business blog, Cloud Connector Edition 2.1.0 is now released. If you’re set to auto-update, you should see the update soon, if you’re not set to auto update you have 60 days before you are technically out of support on CCE 2.0.x Download here: Plan for Skype for Business Cloud Connector Edition: Cloud Connector 2.1 supports monitoring Cloud Connector...

Cloud Connector Edition Coexistence with On-Premises Hybrid no longer on roadmap

  Update 22.10.2017: We heard at Microsoft Ignite that making CCE work alongside SfB Server in the same customer/topology is no longer on the roadmap for CCE. Instead, if you have SfB Server and wanted CCE alongside it, Microsft is recommending instead a small deployment of SfB Server in the OPCH model or AudioCodes CloudBond which is essentially a single “CCE like” appliance but...

Cloud Connector Edition 1.4.1 with Management Service for Auto-Upgrades

Cloud Connector Edition 1.4.1 was just made generally available. Cloud Connector Edition is a hybrid offering that consists of a set of packaged Virtual Machines (VMs) that implement on-premises PSTN connectivity with Cloud PBX.  Users who are homed on Cloud PBX can have PSTN connectivity from on-premises SIP or ISDN via CCE. The following updates were made in version Skype for Business Cloud...

Skype for Business Cloud PBX Cloud Connector Edition Download

Good news, it’s been a while in preview, but now Skype for Business “Cloud Connector Edition” is available as a download. “CCE” is a set of 4 virtual machines (stand alone Domain Controller, Central Management Store, Mediation and Edge) that sit on a single physical dedicated server Hyper-V host in your DMZ and allow you to use your on-premise PSTN carrier with Skype for Business Online Cloud PBX...

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