OpenSIPS 3.0 includes major changes to the way in which the available memory allocators can be embedded into a build, as well as to the manner in which they can be selected at runtime. The end goal of this rework is to simplify and speed up many existing workflows (debugging, fine tuning, development) by avoiding … Continue reading Containing Memory-Related Issues in an Easy Way with OpenSIPS 3.0
When running a non-interactive service (daemon), such as OpenSIPS, a mandatory requirement is to have a method to interact with it. This is useful for different purposes, such as monitoring the service, provisioning certain data within it, or simply controlling different behaviors of its components. For these matters we have developed the new OpenSIPS CLI tool, an … Continue reading New OpenSIPS CLI tool for the New Management Interface in OpenSIPS 3.0
You already know the story - one more year, one more evolution cycle, one more OpenSIPS major release. Even more, a new OpenSIPS direction is about to start. So let me introduce you to the upcoming OpenSIPS 3.0 . For the upcoming OpenSIPS 3.0 release (and 3.x family) the main focus is on the devops … Continue reading Introducing OpenSIPS 3.0
As time goes by, code, pull requests and patches for an open-source project will naturally keep arriving in a steady stream. Depending on the volume of these contributions, some projects end up doing just well with a single maintainer, while others require an entire team of maintainers, each specializing in one of the project's major … Continue reading A Better Way of Saying “Thank You!” to OpenSIPS Contributors
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