Continuing on the topic of deploying mobicents in a cloud environment (whether private or public), Vladimir Ralev published a document that attempts to find the fundamental types of SIP and HTTP interactions that can be used in composition to describe a broad range of real world use cases.
The main value of this work is that it greatly simplifies an otherwise complex task of correctly designing and implementing High Availability, Load Balancing, Fault Tolerance and Elasticity. The paper allows us to wrap our minds around a small number of use cases and focus our energy on optimizing Mobicents in a cloud environment for these.
Community feedback is welcome as always. Looking forward to reading your comments.
Direct link to the document: here.