Attendees quickly learn to create telecom services that achieve massive scalability and accommodate ongoing innovation and feature flexibility ï¿½ two virtually unattainable benchmarks for open source telecom.
During two 90-minute sessions, developers rapidly achieve the proficiency to create, deploy and customize IMS-extensible SIP-based services with the award-winning RapidFLEX platform and SIPdev.org Open Source Developer Community, which feature more than 400 ï¿½drag and dropï¿½ graphical objects and reference application frameworks for creating exciting, scalable IP services such as Conferencing and integration with Microsoft Live Communication Server.
Participants gain new insight to avoid the complexities of Java-based and C++ environments, and the deployment and reliability vulnerabilities that can derail initiatives. The RapidFLEX Service Creation Environment and Service Delivery Platform are used by 100+ service providers such as Primus Canada, WebEx, XO Interactive, LatiNode, USA Datanet and the worldï¿½s leading VoBB providers.
Session 2 reviews the advanced principals and processes of SIP call control, media server control and database access. It also provides new insight & access to SIP application tutorials, and available reference applications based on the RapidFLEX graphical Service Creation Environment and Service Delivery Platform.
It covers in-depth specifics of building scalable conferencing and collaboration services that integrate with Microsoft Live Communication Server (LCS). Also included in the session will be media server control via SIP, using SIP/MSML and SIP/MSCML.
This advanced session also provides attendees with a review of many of the hundreds of tutorials, graphical objects, open source and freely-available resources, and support available via the popular SIPdev.org Developer Community Wiki, providing a the foundation for continually advancing proficiencies, and simplifying their ongoing creation of telecom applications.