A code example for automating configuration for WebRTC. Hector shows us how to provision two EC2 instances: one running the Janus WebRTC Server and the other one running coturn.
The process of putting together the infrastructure behind a WebRTC application is complex, involving multiple tasks to be completed with often limited resources. Automation reduces the time and efforts spent on provisioning and configuration, which in turn will allow more focus on the features that will set the solution apart from the others.
For our 69th episode of WebRTC Live, Arin welcomed two more members of our expert team for the third installment of our WebRTC.ventures Roundtable series. WebRTC Developer Hamza Nasir spoke about “Attention Detection in Video Conferencing.” Senior DevOps Engineer Hector Zelaya explored “Automating Configuration for WebRTC.”
DevOps solves a historical conflict present in the software development lifecycle. Developers want change (new products, new optimizations), while Operations require stability. Our DevOps Engineer, Hector Zelaya, explores the DevOps culture, practices, and tools that are essential to increasing velocity to achieve change, while keeping things running smoothly under the hood.