Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2018

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Real Time Clustering with OpenSIPS


An in-depth view of the feature set of the upcoming OpenSIPS 2.4 clustering capabilities (release due March 2018!). Built with targets in mind such as flexibility, robustness, stability and ease-of-use while also being easy to provision and reuse by higher-level modules, the latest OpenSIPS cluster is better than ever!

Join this talk if you want to get a good understanding on what the OpenSIPS clustering support is and how it works. Starting with the architecture and requirements of the communications system as a whole, the presentation will continue with the runtime behavior for the cluster. This will teach you what to expect from an OpenSIPS cluster, how to dynamically resize it and how it behaves in the eventuality of cross-site network link failures.

In the second half, we will dissect a natural use case for the clustering support: a distributed SIP user location service. There are a couple of interesting problems associated with this type service (NAT traversal, SIP contact pinging, etc.), both of which become a lot more straight-forward to solve using an underlying clustering engine.

Speakers

Razvan Crainea
Photo of Liviu Chircu Liviu Chircu

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