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FOSDEM 2010: JAIN SLEE presentation

Evangelizing JAIN SLEE in Open Source Community

This year I had a talk at the FOSDEM 2010 about the Red Hat Mobicents JAIN SLEE in the JBoss dev. room. This talk introduced the JAIN SLEE concepts and paradigms and highlighted typical usages.

I shown an example of Reverse IM SSF service-like in order to explain and to stress the importance of the correlation of contexts with convergence name, which is one of the key differentiators between JMS and JAIN SLEE. I also presented the new features of the Mobicents 2.0.X AS (special thanks to Ed. Martins and Vladimir Ralev for the support from Mobicents, for the support).

The agenda of the presentation was:

  • JAIN SLEE Concepts
  • Where can I use JAIN SLEE?
  • The Mobicents JAIN SLEE AS
  • New Features of the Mobicents 2.0.X
  • SipServlet Vs JAIN SLEE: is it a real debate?
  • Starting with JSLEE

 

The presentation can be downloaded here (FOSDEM Feb 2010 JAIN SLEE).


 

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