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NameVoice-over-IP applications using open standards and open source software - a case study
DescriptionA presentation made at the IIT VoIP Conference and Expo. Abstract: Over the last few years, a number of VoIP open standards aimed towards the development community have emerged. For example, the Parlay API, JAIN SLEE, the SIP Servlet API, and the media server control API all aim to help developers build VoIP and converged applications more easily. At the same time, a number of open source application servers, media servers, development tools, libraries and test tools have become available that support these standards. We believe that the availability of these standards and software have created opportunities to a large developer base who previously was prohibited from developing VoIP applications. The environment is ripe for rapid growth in new applications and service offerings, especially in the space of third-party applications and communication applications integrated with web sites. In this talk, we will discuss our experience with applying open source software to various stages of communication application projects lifecycle. The technologies include: ECharts for SIP Servlets for development, the Distributed Feature Composition Application Router for runtime application selection and composition, the SailFin SIP servlet container for deployment, the KitCAT converged applications test tool for unit and system testing. We believe that the maturity of these technologies and the gentler learning curve have lowered the barrier of entry, and should encourage a large developer base to innovate and bring new ideas in communications to fruition.
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Created On: 29.10.2008 13:00
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