SFU has become a popular WebRTC topology for connecting through a centralized server to support a medium-sized VoIP conference. Altanai reviews the differences between Mesh, MCU and SFU for handling media streams and demonstrates Asterisk’s SFU configuration for WebRTC endpoints.
On April 22nd, WebRTC.ventures produced Episode #42 of WebRTC Live with guest Dan Jenkins, who discussed Asterisk, WebRTC, speech-to-text, and DialogFlow!
An important element of a DevOps philosophy is automation. When it comes to automating server configuration, a popular tool is Ansible. Today we’ll take a look at how to automate the installation and configuration of Asterisk for a WebRTC application using Ansible. Getting the code The sample
Using Kurento media server provides extra value to a WebRTC video call. In addition to the common features that every media server brings such as multi-party calls, media transcoding and recording, this open source webRTC media server adds others advanced multimedia capabilities: augmented reality, computer vision, broadcasting,