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Deploying WebRTC Service

Installing and Deploying the Genesys WebRTC Service

Objective Related procedures and actions
1. Prepare your deployment.

Review the tasks on the Preparing your Deployment page.

2. Install a test version of the Genesys WebRTC Service. Review the steps outlined in the task table on the Installation Procedures page.

Note: Genesys recommends that you first deploy the Genesys WebRTC Service in a lab environment. After successfully deploying the Genesys WebRTC Service, create and test a WebRTC application before you switch to production.

3. Deploy to production. Once the Genesys WebRTC Service is working correctly in your lab environment, you can deploy it to your production environment by following the steps outlined in the task table on the Installation Procedures page.

See Deployment Models for more information on your deployment options.

This page was last edited on March 24, 2017, at 13:04.


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