Setting up web server security for HTTPS/SRTP requires certificate generation, signing and installation. The installer can perform these steps on their own, or IPConfigure can provide this as a turn-key service for $500/server.
I'm not sure how that reconciles with this answer given here:
As a design decision, Orchid does not support self-signed certificates without a CA.
Both of those points are consistent. In the first, I meant that an integrator/end-user could purchase a normal TLS certificate from the likes of Digicert, Thawte, Symantec, etc. and install that certificate themselves without paying the $500 for our turn-key certificate installation service.
In the second point, I meant that our SRTP client will reject all self-signed certificates unless you are acting as your own Certificate Authority and configure all of your clients to accept your own root CA.