with Microsoft Teams and anynode The Software SBC

With anynode and Microsoft Teams Direct Routing you can configure one Session Border Controller to serve many multiple tenants.  

As always, our software SBC enables a fast and simple configuration that saves you time and money and keeps the maintenance clear and easy to manage due to reusable connection settings and certificates. 

In the context of Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft Teams this feature is especially interesting for companies such as IT services and carriers that offer one to one solution for single customers or managed service platforms to serve multiple clients in an IP telephony environment. 

Advantages of anynode 
with Multi-Tenancy 

  1. Serving many multiple tenants with one SBC: The software session border controller anynode offers a clear management of a multiple number of tenants from one central location.

  2. Simple Onboarding of New Tenants: anynode enables a fast and simple process of signing up and configurating new tenants with reusable connections settings and certificates
  3. Failover Capabilities by supporting High Availability: Multi-Tenancy and anynode provides a continuous system uptime with an effective failover protection against hard and software outages.

  4. Configuration Options via PowerShell: The REST API/PowerShell function enables a multitude of configuration options authoring new tenants. anynode supports HTTP requests to target API services and no SDKs or frameworks are required. anynode provides a PowerShell layer with sample scripts which can be used for the REST API functions.


anynode is officially certified by Microsoft for Direct Routing that gives our customers the added benefit for worldwide Microsoft support.

In general with Microsoft Direct Routing and anynode you are able to connect to almost any telephony trunk or interconnect with third-party PBX. The most suitable and uncomplicated, easy to use solution for you and your networks that simply works.

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