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Trials for On-Premises SBC SWe Lite Deployments
The instructions on this page refer to SBC SWe Lite trials undertaken in a public cloud context, such as Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web Services (AWS), as opposed to an on-premises deployment within a Virtual Machine Monitor (i.e. Microsoft Hyper-V/VMware ESXi/KVM). For an on-premises trial, refer to SBC SWe Lite Trial Offer for On-Premises Deployment.
No support or Maintenance for Trial-enabled SBC SWe Lite Instances
The SBC SWe Lite is not subject to any services, maintenance or support from Ribbon. Maintenance and support is available for an SBC SWe Lite deployed with one or more production licenses. Contact Ribbon Sales when you are ready to acquire a production license.
Not For Resale (NFR) Option Available
Ribbon offers an NFR (Not For Resale) configuration of the SBC SWe Lite for additional features beyond those available with the trial license; contact Ribbon sales for additional information.
Ribbon offers a no obligation trial license to potential customers/partners to evaluate the SBC SWe Lite. The trial license presents a set of complimentary features within the context of a public cloud (e.g. Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web Services (AWS)) SBC SWe Lite deployment. The no obligation trial license activates:
The SBC SWe Lite running the Release 9.0 software or later offers the trial license-enabled features in two ways:
The temporary availability of the trial features upon SBC SWe Lite initial boot, under control of a 30 day time-limited embedded trial license.
Availability of 30 Day Embedded Trial License with Release 8.0
The SBC SWe Lite running the Release 8.0 software offers the additional convenience of a 30 day time-limited embedded trial license:
When you are ready to commit to the powerful and flexible production version of SBC SWe Lite, Ribbon recommends acquiring a new instance of the SBC SWe Lite, along with the desired feature licenses required to support a production deployment (i.e., live customer traffic). Contact Ribbon sales or an authorized Ribbon partner for more information.
For Microsoft Azure, follow: Deploying an SBC SWe Lite with Quick Launch for Azure up to and including login to deploy the SBC SWe Lite from the Azure Marketplace.
For Amazon Web Services (AWS), follow Deploying an SBC SWe Lite via Amazon Web Services - AWS for deploying from Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Upon first login, the Easy Configuration Wizard is displayed. Ribbon recommends for trial purposes to use the wizard for a sample call scenario, such as Microsoft Teams Direct Routing. To enable and place a test call, follow the instructions, here:
For Microsoft Azure: Connect SBC SWe Lite to Microsoft Teams Direct Routing Deployed in Azure.
For Amazon Web Services (AWS): Connect SBC SWe Lite to Microsoft Teams Direct Routing in AWS.
The SBC SWe Lite Release 9.0 software offers a 30 day time-limited embedded trial license, as shown below. Ribbon also offers the option to extend the availability of the trial features indefinitely.
Access the to verify the availability of the 30 day time-limited trial license-enabled feature set. If the time-limited trial feature set is available, take note of expiration date (under the Feature Expiration column). Prior to expiration, plan to obtain and apply a permanent trial license (the SBC-SWELITE-TRIAL-CLOUD SKU). Refer to Obtaining and Installing a Permanent SBC SWe Lite Trial License.
Ribbon welcomes feedback about your cloud--based SBC SWe Lite trial experience. Contact Ribbon sales or an authorized Ribbon partner at https://ribboncommunications.com/company/get-help/how-buy.