Deploying SIP Applications in the Cloud
SIP applications are more prevalent than ever. And at a time when everyone is moving their applications to the Cloud.
Access to voice and video communications are on demand. This is especially apparent with the recent success of companies such as Twilio and Bandwidth, providing a solid PaaS (Platform as a Service) with tools for developers to implement these technologies into their solutions.
But what happens when you need to deploy your applications in a controlled environment?
There are frameworks such as Asterisk that work well for basic, low-volume PBX functionality, but deploying them in the Cloud is difficult due to the nature of SIP. On top of that, every environment is a little different. Major Cloud Computing services such as Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud are no exception. It gets even more difficult when you introduce Application Load Balancers and Microservice architectures such as Kubernetes and Docker.
Many off-the-shelf Enterprise products are now starting to provide support for Cloud deployments. But most of these products are bulky, expensive and provide very little of terms integration. This means your hosting and development costs are even higher.
Q-Suite NG is different. Built on Asterisk and Kamailio, the lightweight Q-Suite NG Platform uses a Clustered Application Server to solve the problems of scaling up and down and deploying into various environments. The focus of the platform is on High-Availability, Scalability and Integration. With support for all major Cloud Computing environments, and tight integration with Cloud services, it makes deploying a Unified Communications solution easy.
VitalVox uses Q-Suite NG to deploy Secure and Mission-Critical solutions for Public Safety, Healthcare and High-Volume Contact Centers.