Once again we were proud to speak at Berlin’s Kamailio World Conference, a major gathering of Kamailio experts from across the globe.
The billing system is a critical component in any business, especially when real-time features are a strict requirement to ensure business continuity and congruence of transactions. Any compromise to availability, integrity, and authentication in the billing system makes a huge impact on the services provided by any Telco, and this is the reason why the security of this component is crucial for our business.
What does it take to create a real time scalable cloud-native distributed billing platform for Kamailio with Docker and Kubernetes? How to ensure security and consistency with Hyperledger Fabric? Our Fabio Tranchitella will explain at Kamailio World Conference in Berlin – don’t miss his presentation, starting at 3 PM on May 8!
Transparency and trustability between customers, suppliers and partners are key assets for voice, data and OTT service providers. At Evosip we do believe that our systems should provide transparency, which doesn’t necessarily mean data disclosure and trust out-of-the-box. We consider these features with the same importance as security.
Distributed ledgers-based networks, commonly known as blockchains, offer the perfect fit to satisfy these requirements.
During the development of Evosip, our Kubernetes-based SIP switch, we examined several billing systems and solutions that were already available on the market. They range from open source projects to commercial platforms. We found that many of them had some limitations and somehow forced us to compromises regarding our features.
This year at the Kamailio World Conference in Berlin we are presenting why and how we created a real time scalable cloud native distributed billing platform for Kamailio with Docker and Kubernetes, with particular emphasis on security and consistency with Hyperledger Fabric blockchain technology for service providers.
We were invited to a webinar by the guys of Kubernetes Italy. We described our project, the challenges we had implementing a VoIP system in containers and Kubernetes with some considerations on the future of the project.