Kamailio (former OpenSER) SIP server is a winner of InfoWorld Awards: Best Open Source Networking Software, confirming one more time it is the leader of Open Source SIP servers out there.
The training will be done using Kamailio latest stable series 5.2.x.
By end of 2012, Kamailio project has finished to incorporate all features of SIP Express Router (SER), giving you the most powerful tools to build stable, very performant and features rich VoIP and Unified Communication platforms.
All together, the project accumulated over 15 years of development and thousands of production deployments (some references here), offering over 200 modules, from carrier oriented needs, like least cost routing, load balancing, traffic shaping, to residential services as call forwarding, hunt groups, call baring, instant messaging and presence, making possible a large range of specific deployments.
During May 6-8, 2019, Asipto will organize the seventh edition of Kamailio World Conference, event that in the past brought together participants from North and South America, Asia, Africa and Europe, showing once again the maturity and wide spread of Kamailio SIP Server project.
The Advanced Training set of classes targets to teach about most common typical Voice and Unified communication platforms you can build:
- carrier and trunking services
- enterprise and residential VoIP services
- secure communication
Next planned class:
- Herndon, VA (Washington, DC area), March 25-27, 2019
This class will have a new structure, the content being refactored to continue further from the Kamailio Admin Book, focusing more on the advanced topics such as scalability, security and specific SIP routing customizations, with more practical examples. In other words, the basic concepts are no longer part of the content, starting directly on understanding and practicing real world use cases. Participants to this class will get a free copy of Kamailio Admin Book.
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This training focuses on the features that allow you to build large SIP servicing infrastructure:
- internal architecture
- configuration language
- least cost routing
- load balancing
- traffic dispatching
- DID routing
- prefix based routing
- SIP trunks and peering
- traffic shaping
- topology hiding
- flood detection
- scanning attacks prevention
- anti-fraud policies
- enum and DNS based routing
- authentication and authorization
- secure communication (TLS)
- registration and location services
- accounting and call data records
- call control – redirect, forward, baring
- redundancy and scalability
- high availability and failover
- websockets and webrtc
|Location: Herndon, VA (Washington DC area)
Date: March 25-26, 2019
Trainer: Daniel-Constantin Mierla
Number of seats are limited, register now!
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If you are located in the area, this is a good chance to book consultancy services during the days before or after the event, delivered at your premises by Daniel-Constantin Mierla, Kamailio co-founder and lead developer. You save on traveling costs and benefit of a special offer. If you consider such opportunity, contact us for more details.
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