Community -> Events-> Event ClueCon 2012
OpenSIPS project attended to ClueCon on August 7-9, 2012 ( http://www.cluecon.com ), one of the most important VoIP events, both with presentations on OpenSIPS (and related) topics and with an one-day Workshop Event for OpenSIPS.
1. OpenSIPS presentation
- Distributed SIP clusters with OpenSIPS by Bogdan - Andrei IANCU (OpenSIPS founder) - How to build a geo-distributed clusters to provide a homogeneous SIP service. Multiple active PoPs are bridged together to share and sync information between. Using the latest OpenSIPS capabilities (shared caches, data replication, inter-signaling), you can build a cluster based architecture to allow you to distribute, to scale and to be redundant.
- Securing your SIP network with OpenSIPS - detection, prevention and control by Vlad PAIU (OpenSIPS developer) - How to turn your OpenSIPS into a security Swiss Army Knife. Using the latest OpenSIPS functionalities to detect attacks (floods, authentication, injections, hijacking), to report and take self-protection actions and to control damage. How to use AI to build patterns and profiles for detecting distributed attacks.
- Who cares about VoIP by Pete Kelly (Localphone) - Tagline could be: How open source VoIP solutions have evolved from a consumer point of view over the last 5 years.
2. OpenSIPS Workshop
Monday August of 6th - a full one-day OpenSIPS Workshop covering updates, live-tutorials and open discussions on various topics.
The event will be conducted by Bogdan-Andrei Iancu, Flavio Goncalves and Vlad Paiu
2.1 Workshop Content
- Applications and Solutions (1.5 h)
- OpenSIPS usage scenarios
- Scalability and integration
- Where we stand (1.5 h)
- Presenting 1.8.0 - new features
- Demo on setting OpenSIPS up via graphical interface in 5 minutes
- Presenting the OpenISPS 2.0 status
- Open Discussion / thematic workshops (3h-5h)
- Load Balancing FreeSwitch Servers (1h)
- Improving security for Sip Servers (1h)
- Trunking solutions (Topology Hiding, Routing, Failover) (1h)
- OpenSIPS Clustering using REDIS (1h)
- SBC like solutions (1h)