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README.md

RestComm Sip Servlets

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RestComm SIP Servlets is a SIP, IMS and WebRTC Application Server. RestComm SIP Servlets facilitates the shift towards Cloud Communications by enabling deployment and autoscaling of real time SIP Servlets applications across all major IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) providers or on premises. It also brings realtime communications (messaging, voice & video) to your Browser using HTML5 WebRTC and SIP Over WebSockets !

RestComm SIP Servlets enables turnkey SaaS offerings such as RestComm.

Check out the wiki for more information.

WebRTC Demo

The (RestComm HTML5 WebRTC Client)[HTML5WebRTCVideoApplication] allows you to make video calls from/to any Web Browser supporting [http://webrtc.org WebRTC], (only Google Chrome Firefox and Opera supports it so far but some plugins exists to enable it on IE and Safari).

Architecture

RestComm SIP Servlets implements the latest SIP Servlet v1.1 (JSR 289) standard. It can be plugged into any Application Server container (currently 7.X and JBoss 7.X) and also offers High Availability and Failover on its corresponding product from TeleStax, Inc.

Downloads

Get the latest stable release! or Snapshot Releases for 3.x or Snapshot Releases for 4.x

It only takes a few minutes to set it up and running.

Documentation

Read the Online SIP Servlets Documentation or it is also contained in the download binary

Want to Contribute ?

See our Contributors Guide

Issue Tracking and Roadmap

Issue Tracker

Questions ?

Please ask your question on StackOverflow or the Google public forum

License

RestComm SIP Servlets is lead by TeleStax, Inc. and developed collaboratively by a community of individual and enterprise contributors.

RestComm SIP Servlets is licensed under dual license policy. The default license is the Free Open Source GNU Affero GPL v3.0. Alternatively a commercial license can be obtained from Telestax (contact form)

Continuous Integration and Delivery

RestComm SIP Servlets Continuous Job

Acknowledgements

See who has been contributing to RestComm