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OpenSIPS Summit , 4th of August 2014 , Toledo room, InterContinental Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA.
Conference schedule for 4th of August 2014 :
08:00 - 10:00 Registration and Coffee
10:00 - 11:00
Keynotes - Bogdan-Andrei Iancu - Founder OpenSIPS project
» OpenSIPS 1.11 new LTS release - what are the new features
» How to do Call Centers with OpenSIPS
» Call Center / Call Queuing - a flexible and scalable approach based on OpenSIPS
» Reaching new scalability limits - 60K CPS with 40% CPU ??
11:00 - 11:30
Ali Pey - Sr. Software Engineer Architect - Redundancy and high availability for Cloud Solutions
This is to discuss Redundancy, Load balancing, Distribution and High availability for Enterprise and Cloud solutions with multiple telephony gateways such FreeSWITCH and distribute call to/from multiple carriers and SIP trunks.
11:30 - 12:00
Dan Christian Bogos - ITsysCOM - Real-time Traffic Stats and Costs Monitoring using CGRateS
In an era when customers are increasingly demanding quality from their VoIP networks, it is vital for the operators to have the ability of monitoring their traffic statistics and being able to react on network issues in real-time. This becomes even more of a challenge when dealing with large call volume peaks.
In this talk, Dan will guide the audience through advanced traffic stats and costs monitoring facilities built within CGRateS charging system, touching concepts such as filtered monitor instances with granular time and/or item count windows and configurable reactions.
12:00 - 13:30 Lunch break
13:30 - 14:00
Anil Sharma - Jibe Mobile - Provide Rich Content Service across participating Mobile Network Operators: Jibe RCS Hub
Jibe RCS Hub enables user of an MNO to exchange Rich Content (Chat, Group Chat, Voice/Video calls, File Transfers) with the users of another participating MNO. It interconnects MNOs to enable a cross operator rich content exchange. Jibe RCS Hub uses the MNO's existing RCS solution by interconnecting them over NNI. This design protects the MNO's RCS investments.The solution is Opensips based enterprise grade - secure, scalable with high availability.
14:00 - 14:30
Vlad Paiu - OpenSIPS Project - End-User services with OpenSIPS
OpenSIPS is a rich platform, able to offer more than scalability and stability. OpenSIPS can deliver advanced end-user services such as.
» webRTC - how to integrate webRTC capabilities in OpenSIPS based platforms
» MSRP - supporting MSRP with OpenSIPS
» Push Notification - iOS / Android integration with OpenSIPS
14:30 - 15:00
James Pearson - ViciDial - Creating a routing and billing platform: How hard could it be?
Design and implementation of OpenSIPS into a billing and routing platform for a multi-tenanted high-capacity hosted call center. Topics include looking at what was required, design challenges and compromises, what wasn't known to be unknown, and other random craziness found along the way.
15:00 - 15:30 Coffee break
15:30 - 16:00
Steve Lorusso - Grasshopper - OpenSIPS in Production
Engineers at Grasshopper recently deployed OpenSIPS as a production SBC for peering with multiple carriers. This session will cover what was done to setup, network, monitor, and operate OpenSIPS in an virtual HA configuration.
16:00 - 16:30
Norman Brandinger - Independent Consultant- Advanced SIP Routing using OpenSIPS
The goal of this presentation will be to provide you enough information to be able to make an informed business decision regarding which advanced SIP routing module (or modules) to use. Business rules for outbound calls will likely be different than for inbound calls. An understanding of the modules used for advanced SIP routing will allow you to make the best decision based on your particular use case.
OpenSIPS provides modules that offer advanced SIP routing capabilities. The modules that will be presented are:
» Carrier Route Module - Provides routing, balancing and blacklisting capabilities.
» Dispatcher Module - Implements routing based on destination addresses.
» Dynamic Routing Module - Provides routing, script integration, bidirectional behavior and blacklisting capabilities.
» Load Balancer Module - Provides routing based on load
16:30 - 17:00
Flavio Goncalves - SIPPulse - Using OpenSIPS as a single entry point for a SIP network
Nowadays, it is becoming harder to protect VoIP providers. The complexity of the environment makes it easy to miss a security breach. Patching all equipment is usually not viable with the current workmanship. What OpenSIPS can do to help in this battle? In this presentation, we are going to cover: Using OpenSIPS as a single point of protection
17:00 - 18:00 Open discussions