I've presented a workshop at Kamailio World 2016. It focused on tools to help automating the build, deployment and test of Kamailio-based applications using Jenkins, Docker and a few other technologies.
It's been also an opportunity to show a sample usage of the new http_async_client module, designed to perform non-blocking HTTP queries from Kamailio.
The interested reader can find the slides here:
And if you have an hour to spare, here's the full video:
Any feedback or question you may have, please get in touch. I have a post on the event in progress, but there are so many things to highlight that it will require some more time.
Many thanks to Daniel and Elena-Ramona (more info here), event hosts, and Pascom.net for video streaming, recording and editing.
Friday, 27 May 2016
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