[SR-Users] Advice on taking the best path to build a Presence & IM server
joseseabra4 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 18 11:02:41 CEST 2017
Thank you for your feedback about this subject, was really important to me
receive this in order to follow the correct path.
Once that WebRTC is growing fast i also see some solutions based on xmpp
through websockets and others using a custom implementation based on
websockts and json.
I will continue my investigation to reach the correct solution to follow :)
Once again, thank you.
2017-10-17 8:27 GMT+01:00 Olle E. Johansson <oej at edvina.net>:
> On 16 Oct 2017, at 22:24, José Seabra <joseseabra4 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello there,
> I'm writing here in order to get your experiences about a Presence & IM
> I would like to know what is the best solution to follow:
> - SIP Simple or XMPP?
> I've more knowledge about SIP Simple with kamailio but i did some
> researches and i found several open sources unified communications software
> that's implement Presence and IM using an XMPP server.
> So what is your opinion about which is the best solution to choose, taking
> in considerations the following aspects:
> 1. scalability
> 2. interopeability
> 3. permornace
> 4. features(like: Personal assistance, voicemail integration, chat
> group, integration with social media)
> Should i choose Kamailio SIP Simple with xcap or an XMPP server(Prosody or
> ejabberd, etc)
> I will appreciate a lot your opinion.
> With very sad eyes I have to say that SIP Simple is a big failure. There’s
> no interoperability as every vendor
> did their own thing and there was no focus on interoperability in the
> group. Vendors have stated to me that
> they just want their customers to buy their servers and their clients and
> problem is solved. I tried really hard
> to set up a vendor-neutral solution but failed miserably - the various
> clients and servers parse the
> standards in different ways. The working group is closed and I have seen
> almost no activity in the IETF in that area since.
> XMPP on the other hand thrives and continues their development. There is a
> core of developers that
> work with standards and interoperability and it continues.
> I think scalability, performance and features are almost the same, but
> XMPP wins in regards to interoperability.
> And please José, don’t start diving down into the SIMPLE specifications,
> because there are way too
> many from different organisations and you’ll end up quite mad.
> This is my personal view after a complete failure trying to build a Lync
> competitor based on open
> standards. The bad feeling in my stomach may affect my clarity in this
> matter. ;-)
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