Red Hat’s OpenShift Adds Full Java Lifecycle Offering


Red Hat’s OpenShift platform as a service offering has been in public beta for a while now. It offers a fairly simple way for people to jumpstart “cloud” development efforts by abstracting out all the messy business of setting up application and database servers. Instead, you simply publish your source code to OpenShift, and their platform does the rest. Supported languages are those used heavily by nimble, agile startup types: PHP, Python, Ruby. Interestingly, OpenShift also supports Java. That’s not a language that many people associate with cloud solutions. Today, Red Hat is announcing that they’re improving their support…

Java News 3.9 years ago 0 Answers

Oracle's Plans for Java Unveiled at JavaOne


"Oracle had lots of Java announcements at this year's JavaOne. So far the plans include: 'The availability of an early access version of JDK 7 for the Mac OS, plans to "bridge the gap" between Java ME and Java SE, an approach to modularizing Java SE 8 that will rely on the Jigsaw platform, a new project that aims to use HTML5 to bring Java to Apple's iOS platform, the availability of JavaFX 2.0, a pending proposal to open source that technology, gearing up Java EE for the cloud, and a…

Java News 4 years ago 0 Answers

Make asterisk cluster appear and operate as a single server?


Hi, I'm trying to plan a system of clustered asterisk machines where a number of
SIP trunks will be hosted on the platform. Each trunk will be hosted for a
specific customer who owns it and therefore payment is handled directly
between the customers and their trunk-providers, each trunk will have about
50-200 simultaneous calls. No SIP phones will be directly connected to the platform, my thought is that
the asterisk machines should only receive incoming and make outgoing calls
through the trunks, and then connect the calls with each other. To make this…

Asterisk Users 4 years ago 0 Answers

JRuby: Now Available on Engine Yard Cloud


On Eweek it has been reported that: "Engine Yard has delivered JRuby on its cloud platform to enable Java developers programming in Ruby to innovate faster and scale their apps. Engine Yard has announced the general availability of JRuby on the Engine Yard Cloud. With JRuby support, the Engine Yard Platform-as-a-Service (PAAS) brings together the combination of Java performance and Ruby agility. JRuby, a Java implementation of the Ruby programming language, is a popular open source package that enables Ruby applications to run on the…

Java News 4 years ago 0 Answers

Sun CEO explicitly endorsed Java's use in Android


Hello people, I would like to share this article as I found it of really high relevance to everyone that would like to use Java as a programming language: "If you believe Oracle’s patent lawsuits against Google for its use of Java in Android, Google has stolen not just patented ideas but directly copied Java code. In short, Google is a red-handed thief and should pay Oracle over a billion in damages. There’s just one little problem with this portrayal of Google as an intellectual property (IP) bandit. When Android first came out, Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz, then Java’s owner,…

Off Topic News 4.2 years ago 0 Answers

Asterisk on Debian / Sparc taking up 95%+ CPU with No calls on the system


hello people, I am running v1.8.4.2 on debian squeeze on a sparc platform...and for some
reason I have noticed that only after a few test calls, the asterisk process
is running between 95% - 99.9% CPU when there's absolutely nothing on the
system. This is a clean Asterisk system in an internal network with nothing
else on it with no calls on it but it's still sitting with 96% CPU. I'm not a developer so not that ept with using debug tools etc to figure out
why it's doing that. Could anyone please tell me…

Asterisk Users 4.2 years ago 6 Answers

Test platform


> Here is the thing, there is nothing stopping 'the community' today from doing this. In fact, we already have a testsuite [1] in place, running each subversion commit and producing results for the last year. But this is only one type of testing; automated, we also have unit tests built into Asterisk that run too (EG: a unit test to parse SIP URI). Again, each subversion commit we run the tests and validate results. I think we should make it more clear and give examples on how we can extend the test platform to test functionality in…

Asterisk Users 4.4 years ago 0 Answers

Introducing easySysAdmin - automated security and telecom fraud protection


On 01/20/2011 03:29 PM, David Cunningham wrote:
> Hello all,
> Voisonics is pleased to introduce easySysAdmin, an automated
> support/security platform, designed to save your engineer's time and
> prevent hacking attempts and telecom fraud. As the description of this mailing list says, it is for *NON-COMMERCIAL*
usage. Please do not post advertisements for commercial products to this
list. Thank you.

Asterisk Users 4.7 years ago 0 Answers

The Year in VoIP


On this weeks VUC call we will collectively be our own guests. That is,
we'd like to know what was the big issue that impacted YOU in 2010? All
opinions welcome. Here are a few things to get you thinking in advance: - Apple's Antenna-gate
- Asterisk 1.8 Launches
- Amazon EC2 as a DOS platform
- Cisco launched UMI video conference device
- More HDVoice capable phones
- Skype Outage
- VoIP on mobile devices
- or perhaps something more personal..... Come one, come all. Bring your story. Connect details…

Asterisk Users 4.7 years ago 1 Answer

TTS in Asterisk on Solaris


Hello Group, I have been going through all the chit-chat about TTS and the various
engines available to integrate with Asterisk incl. flite/festival, espeak,
Nuance etc but I am wondering if anyone's tried any or all of these to
compile on a Sparc based Solaris platform? If not, then what is the best way
for me to accomplish a production environment TTS service when most of my
servers or the core of the servers are Sparc based Solaris platforms. I
found a group that seems to have done a fair bit of work on…

Asterisk Users 4.9 years ago 6 Answers