Traffic balancing – load, weights, round robin ??

Many times, during discussion about various OpenSIPS based solutions, I noticed that people make a confusion when comes to the meaning of "load balancing". Whenever they talk about distributing SIP traffic between multiple destinations, the term of "load balancing" is abused in a very very generic way. Such a mis-usage of terms leads to mis-understandings … Continue reading Traffic balancing – load, weights, round robin ??

Distributed User Location replication using OpenSIPS

When building a large, highly-available, distributed VoIP platform, you definitely need to take into account geographically distributing you servers in different locations. And if you want them to be redundant and fail-over in case one of them goes down, you need to share a large amount of data between them. Users' location is a particular sensitive information that … Continue reading Distributed User Location replication using OpenSIPS

OpenSIPS minor releases 2.2.4 and 1.11.11

We are happy to announce a new set of OpenSIPS minor versions, namely 2.2.4 and 1.11.11 -  a total of 143 commits of fixes. The commits are mainly addressing minor bugs in different parts of the the code like the TCP layer, network layer, rest_client, transaction module, rtpproxy , sip tracing and accounting - to … Continue reading OpenSIPS minor releases 2.2.4 and 1.11.11

OpenSIPS Summit 2017 – double the attendance and double the content

Amsterdam, Netherlands May 9, 2017: After a full week of "everything SIP", the OpenSIPS Project wrapped up this year summit on Friday May 5th 2017. This year's installment focusing on the new release of OpenSIPS 2.3 brought with it a pioneering step to integrate OpenSIPS with key open source VoIP projects like Homer, Freeswitch, Asterisk, … Continue reading OpenSIPS Summit 2017 – double the attendance and double the content

OpenSIPS 2.3 Stable: The Last Hurdle Before the Amsterdam Summit

Great news for everyone in the VoIP community: we have just released OpenSIPS 2.3.0 stable! This release is a follow-up of over a month full of testing and taking care of issues reported through the mailing lists, GitHub tracker and IRC. Over 150 fix-commits were backported into OpenSIPS 2.3, leading to what we now consider to be … Continue reading OpenSIPS 2.3 Stable: The Last Hurdle Before the Amsterdam Summit

OpenSIPS Summit content or what is all about

The 2017 edition of the OpenSIPS Summit comes with a great enhancement when looking at its content and its structure. The event expanded in order to address a larger variety of needs, from beginners to experts, from theoretical to practical, from group to one-to-one interactions. So, what is all about and what has OpenSIPS Summit … Continue reading OpenSIPS Summit content or what is all about

OpenSIPS Summit 2017: sponsors and more speakers

Since the last week announcement, the list of presenters for the OpenSIPS 2017 Summit got even larger, adding new valuable speakers like David Duffett (Digium Inc.),  Norman Brandinger (Vonage) , David Casem and Jason Craft (Telnyx) and Peter Kelly (Sourcevox Ltd). Let's give them warm welcomes to OpenSIPS 2017 Summit, May 2-5 at the Radisson Blu Hotel in … Continue reading OpenSIPS Summit 2017: sponsors and more speakers

OpenSIPS Summit 2017: speakers roster

OpenSIPS is proud to announce the presenters for the OpenSIPS 2017 Summit to be held May 2-5 at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Amsterdam, The Netherlands! Speakers this year will include William King (Flowroute), Suzanne Bowen (DIDX.net), Saúl Ibarra Corretgé (Atlassian), Jöran Vinzens (SIPGATE),  Lorenzo Miniero (Meetecho), Dan Christian Bogos (CGRates), Michele Pinassi (UNISI), Iñaki Baz Castillo, Giovanni … Continue reading OpenSIPS Summit 2017: speakers roster

Capturing beyond SIP or capturing with Homer 6

Data capturing is vital for operating and troubleshooting SIP platforms. While capturing the SIP and RT(C)P traffic is essential, it is far from sufficient. The SIP platforms are far from being SIP engines only - there is a lot of non-SIP data, related to provisioning,  to backends or  integration (with other subsystem) or related to … Continue reading Capturing beyond SIP or capturing with Homer 6