Last week in Why Erlang? Part 1, we talked about some basics when it comes to Erlang, KAZOO, and single-server software. If you haven't read it already, make sure you do so before reading Part 2. Ready? Let's dive in!
Adding data centers
Now that the software has a shared database and the SPOFs have been addressed, the software needs to consider communicating over a wider area network (WAN)...
(And here’s what 2600Hz is doing about it)
If you have ever dealt with phones, chances are you hate provisioning. If you do it manually, it is exceedingly tedious. If you do it automatically, it can be disastrous. Many organizations opt for a homogeneous equipment mix, supporting only one manufacturer with a proprietary provisioning solution because it works and that’s good enough.
As summer came to a close, so did a major open source acquisition. There’s been a lot of activity disrupting the industry, so in case you missed it, here’s a roundup of the top headlines that have been making waves and changing the unified communications landscape.
MSP, ISP, KAZOO, UCAAS, PROVISIONING, VIRTUALPBX, 2600HZ, CLOUD COMMUNICATIONS, CPAAS, UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY, VALUE ADDED RESELLER, UC, MVNO, MVNE, MNO, TELECOM BLOGS, TELCO BLOG, 2600HZ BLOG