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UKUUG Linux Developers' Conference
Linux 2002
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4 - 7 July 2002
Bristol

David Sugar

Free Telephony and GNU Bayonne

During this presentation I will introduce the telephony application server of the GNU Project, GNU Bayonne.

This presentation will cover what GNU Bayonne is and how it fits into the overall strategy of providing free software for enterprise and carrier class telephony solutions for current and next generation IP based telephone networks.

GNU Bayonne is composed of three servers and each of these (Bayonne, Olorin, and Babylon) will be discussed in detail, including their architecture and how to configure, operate, and create applications for GNU Bayonne servers to produce real-world telephony solutions on free operating systems. The scripting language and other administration concepts of GNU Bayonne will be introduced, as well as how to integrate GNU Bayonne servers with traditional scripting languages such as tcl, Perl, Python, and Guile. GNU Bayonne and how we view its integration into web services will also be covered.

I will discuss how to create web sites that incorporate voice services, as well as GNU Bayonne's support for building XML-based web services, both from a scripting and services creation perspective.

We expect to be introducing the 1.0 release of GNU Bayonne around June or early July, so it is quite possible this event may co-incide with that. Where arrangements can be made, I may incorporate some live demo of telephony voice services as well.


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