By prasads on Oct 13, 2008
Wikipedia defines Milestone as not only a sign a of distance traveled but also as an indication of the direction being taken.
So , what's the point ?
Sailfin is headed for a General Availability release around 15th of December, and as a step in the direction we have completed adding the additional features needed by JSR289 which were not present in Sailfin 1.0 Alpha.
The API now refers to the Final Release of the JSR 289 . The additional work includes support for
• IWR ( Invalidate when Ready) mechanism for Sip Sessions
• Support for RFC 3891 and RFC 3911
• Support for Application Router Provider mechanism.
• Support for annotations defined by JSR289 ( @SipApplication, @SipApplicationKey, @SipServlet and @SipListener)
• Support for RFC 4474 as defined in the JSR289.
&bull and more ...
Apart from the updates on the JSR289 what's now new and improved is :
• an access log for SIP Messages is now available, which can be configured from the domain.xml (under sip-service)
• SIP and HTTP Session replication , which now moves to a beta quality state, from an alpha quality that it was in August and CLB ( Converged Load Balancer)
• support for a 6 instance cluster using a 32 bit JVM. New improved Shoal bits.
Where can one get all these and more ?
Milestone 5 !!
Sailfin 1.0 b54 is the build that signifies that we have reached another Milestone and that would be Milestone 5 following our numbering convention so far ...