Achieving service redundancy in two steps with unified clustering in 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 new Clustering Engine of OpenSIPS 2.4

Before even thinking of building clustering support for high level services like User Location, Dialog Tracking or SIP Presence, it is mandatory to have in place a powerful and flexible clustering engine. Such an engine will become the reliable foundation¬† for approaching more complex clustering scenarios. And this is what we did in OpenSIPS 2.4 … Continue reading The new Clustering Engine of OpenSIPS 2.4