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 2017 to offer ?
The Conference – 2nd to 4th of May
Presentations – 2nd and 3rd of May
Two full days of presentations, advertising 21 speakers from different areas – industry, research, education and development. Speakers covering different topics about usage cases, about their experience or plans in VoIP area. I say VoIP as it is more about OpenSIPS, it is also about Homer/SIPCapture, Asterisk, FreeSWITCH, CGRates, Atlassian, Janus and many other interesting projects.
Round Tables – 2nd and 3rd of May
After the presentations we host the Round Tables discussion – these are open discussions around given topics – usually new or interesting subjects . Each tables has its own topic and the discussion is moderated by a person with advance knowledge and experience on the topic. People should join to a Round Table either to share, either to learn the latest news and tricks on the discussed topic. Such discussion are a real melting pots of the real-life experiences.
Interactive Demos – 4th of May
Interesting ideas must be backed up by practices – the Interactive Demos are 100% practical lessons, in from of the monitors, on how to installed, configure and run certain setups. Everything is A to Z explained and then shown in realtime, to the audience. Why is it interactive ? The participants will have the opportunity to see for real how things are done, they can ask questions and debate aspects related to the demo case.
Design Clinics – 4th of May
Design Clinics are one-2-one informal whiteboard discussions that give you the opportunity to explain your situation, in detail, to an OpenSIPS Expert. It is your chance to talk regarding your project or application and receive their opinions and perspectives on the best strategy to your concerns and suggestions for solutions you may not have considered.
Do not forget o opt in for the Design Clinics session when you register for the Summit, as the number of seats is very limited !!!
The OpenSIPS Training – 5th of May
A one day training focused on OpenSIPS front-ending for a FreeSWITCH cluster. Starting from a basic configuration, the training will walk you and teach you how to address certain aspects related to front-ending a Class5 FreeSWITCH cluster with OpenSIPS:
- performing mid-registration on OpenSIPS
- load-balancing calls to FreeSWITCH with real-time load feedback
- perform fault detection and re-routing for the FreeSWITCH cluster
- handling special cases as Call Transfer or Conferencing
- routing outbound calls to carrier (with failover)
- monitoring and tracing with Homer
Does it sound interesting ? Then register here – and do not forget – the first 50 participants are invite for a free boat event on the Amsterdam canals on the 2nd of May evening.