[VoiceOps] Broadworks AS and XSP API questions

Morgan Humes morgan at lanaddict.com
Wed Aug 10 11:58:23 EDT 2016

The best you can do is the BroadSoft Developers program and they give you
access to the sandbox which you already seem to know about. Not certain
what limitations you are referring to as they give you an Enterprise to
mess around with. However it is definitely possible and common knowledge
for lab instances to be purchased and you definitely should look into doing
that. I honestly can't tell you how much it was in either of the companies
I've worked for but we ended up having a Lab in both situations (regardless
to how well prepared we were to use it).

We mostly were using the OCI-P interface so I'm not certain what APIs you
are using but certainly is doable for testing, though it is slow because
thats the nature of OCI-P. Feel free to reach out to me .


On Wed, Aug 10, 2016 at 10:47 AM, Justin Hornosty <justin at credil.org> wrote:

> Hello all,
> For those of you who develop against the Broadworks AS and XSP APIs, how do
> you do testing?   We know of the online sandbox instances, but they seem
> too
> limited to us, and do include many of the features that we need.
> Have you licensed a lab instance of Broadworks?  If so, how did you go
> about
> this?  Our reseller doesn't seem to understand the question.  Or is there
> some lab instance or temporary/limited license program that we are unaware
> of?
> The same question applies to training systems: we would like to be able to
> train operators on non-live systems, let them learn to screw it up and fix
> it, but so far the price seems prohitive to doing this.
> Thanks!
> -jjrh
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