Yes, this is the news - the OpenSIPS major version 3.2, beta release, is out. We build a plan for it, an ambitions plan, trying to cover a lot of items, maybe too many for a single year of work. Still, the community feedback is an essential way to keep us on tracks, when comes … Continue reading OpenSIPS 3.2, here it is!
There is no doubt that the back-to-back support is a very important asset for OpenSIPS. Maybe you do not use it directly with B2B scenarios, but there are several modules using the B2B support in order to provide even more complex calling scenarios, like: Call Center - for managing the call between queue and agentsSIPREC … Continue reading Back-to-Back & Clustering, a love story in OpenSIPS 3.1
Re-homing represents the ability to move a call from one server to another, without causing any disruptions in the endpoints call experience. Although this was already possible using previous versions of OpenSIPS, the setup required to comply with certain network constraints, making it impossible to use in geo-distributed setups. However, starting with OpenSIPS 3.0, you … Continue reading Re-homing your calls with OpenSIPS 3.0
A hot backup means redundancy, redundancy means more uptime, more uptime means a better SLA, a better SLA means happier customers and more money. Building redundancy is a must when moving your service into production. And a typical approach for achieving redundancy is by implementing an active - backup setup with full realtime synchronization between … Continue reading Achieving service redundancy in two steps with unified clustering in OpenSIPS 3.0
The distributed SIP user location support is one of the major features of the latest stable OpenSIPS release, namely 2.4. The aim of this extension of the OpenSIPS usrloc module is to provide a horizontally scalable solution that is easy to set up and maintain, while remaining flexible enough to cope with varying needs of … Continue reading Clustered SIP User Location: The “Full Sharing” Topology
I guess everybody knows the drill by now - it is March, so it's time for a new major OpenSIPS release. Almost 4 months ago we were announcing our ambitious roadmap for OpenSIPS 2.4 . Well, this has just come reality !! I’m happy to announce the beta release of the OpenSIPS 2.4.0 major … Continue reading OpenSIPS 2.4.0 major release
OpenSIPS 2.4 is all about clustering and SIP presence is an important service that delivers a large variety of functionalities like end-to-end user presence, BLF, SLA and more. We need to consider clustering for presence as much as presence is a service with a large appetite for storage and processing - presence is mainly about … Continue reading Clustering Presence Services with OpenSIPS 2.4
The "usrloc" module will benefit from a significant revamp in OpenSIPS 2.4. In this article, we're going to take a brief look at the newly-introduced usage dynamics of the module and how we can exploit them to the fullest. Clustering: Then By using a pre-2.4 version of OpenSIPS, you really did not have a straightforward way … Continue reading Scaling, Distributing and Partitioning Registrations with OpenSIPS 2.4