10 Minutes: Asterisk PBX on Amazon EC2 [NOOK Book]

Overview

Trusted by more than 10,000 Asterisk PBX enthusiasts worldwide, 10 Minutes: Asterisk PBX on Amazon EC2 is a simple guide to install Asterisk on Amazon EC2.

This quickstart guide will teach anyone how to deploy a functional Asterisk PBX on Amazon's EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) service. Asterisk is the world's most popular open source PBX, with millions of installations to date. In 10 minutes or less, you'll be up and running with a robust ...
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10 Minutes: Asterisk PBX on Amazon EC2

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Overview

Trusted by more than 10,000 Asterisk PBX enthusiasts worldwide, 10 Minutes: Asterisk PBX on Amazon EC2 is a simple guide to install Asterisk on Amazon EC2.

This quickstart guide will teach anyone how to deploy a functional Asterisk PBX on Amazon's EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) service. Asterisk is the world's most popular open source PBX, with millions of installations to date. In 10 minutes or less, you'll be up and running with a robust telephony platform in the cloud. This guide is based on months of evaluating and testing Asterisk in a cloud environment and has been used for EC2 deployments everywhere. Once you learn how to install it once, you'll never have a problem installing future updates.

10 Minutes: Asterisk PBX on Amazon EC2 is exclusively published worldwide in ebook format by doxonmills.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012385826
  • Publisher: doxonmills
  • Publication date: 3/21/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 395 KB

Meet the Author

Constantly investigating innovative and new ideas, Ronald Lewis is out to change the world. Through his career as an independent journalist, Ronald has been able to establish and cultivate relationships with some of the biggest names in technology and the most talked about names in entrepreneurship. Currently, he is an advocate for several revolutionary technologies and serves as an activist against the unknown injustices which plague our culture. His life of research and interest in just programs lead to the publication of his first book, Stick it to the Man, released summer of 2009 through Skyhorse Publishing.

Ronald’s success hasn’t come easy. After many starts, failures, and restarts he has finally found his groove and established a wonderful life in Denver, Colorado. His life is proof that the only requirements for being successful is to never lose sight of your goals – a message he hopes to inspire in others.

Born in Detroit, Michigan to a very supportive mother and a very neglectful father – Ronald did the only thing a child could do at that age: excel in school. His curiosity and appetite for information usually placed him at the top of his class. Ronald, with his infinite imagination, made his first computer out of construction paper. At the age of 10 Ronald’s neighborhood landscaping business served as his first start-up company and ignited his entrepreneurial spirit for life.

Things only went up for Ronald from there. His industrious attitude and appetite for things that were new always lead him to the next step. At a young age he taught himself how to program computers using Microsoft QuickBasic and, later, Visual Basic.

At the age of 15 Ronald attended an engineering conference where he first saw Bill Gates speak. Lewis later sent a letter to Gates, expressing his enthusiasm towards his technology and his team of engineers. Gates, impressed with how well informed a 15 year old could be, maintained correspondence with Lewis. Over the coming years, Ronald would test numerous software programs and would receive awards for this work including the Spirit of Detroit and Microsoft MVP.

Over the next several years Ronald experienced highs and lows. At his worst, he was in debt, crashing with friends, and undergoing mental and emotional stress from the death of his father and the divorce from his wife. At his highest, he was on a South by Southwest panel about race and tech
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 25, 2011

    Horrible book. about 1 page of direction you can find online

    bought the book thinking it would have a bit more indepth view of this... turns out its just an installation guide... which can easily be found anywhere on the web.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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