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The Continuing Saga of Continuous Integration

By George Joseph

or… “Watch This Space” If you’re an Asterisk contributor you’ve probably noticed that we’d been having issues with large numbers of Jenkins test failures during the “gate” phase of the [...]

pjproject-2.8 Qualified For Use With Asterisk

By George Joseph

With the release of Asterisk versions 13.24.0-rc1, 15.7.0-rc1 and 16.1.0-rc1, we’re pleased to say that pjproject-2.8 has been qualified for use with Asterisk. In these release candidates, we’ve upgraded the [...]

AstriDevCon 2018 – A Recap

By Matt Fredrickson

Hey Everybody, It’s about a month out from AstriDevCon 2018 and I wanted to write a little bit to summarize what we discussed this year. For those who are not [...]

Stasis: Improving performance through better caching and filtering

By Joshua C. Colp

The stasis message bus is something that is used every day as of Asterisk 13 when you are using Asterisk. It provides the foundation of such things as CDR, CEL, [...]

Asterisk 16 has a new module loader

By Richard Mudgett

One of the improvements to Asterisk 16 is the module loader. The module loader now enforces inter-module dependencies and complains of modules that fail to initialize. The module loader ensures [...]

Performance Improvements: Inbound Registration

By Kevin Harwell

Measuring performance in Asterisk, like most software systems for that matter, can be a complicated task. When testing performance it is important to define goals, and limit the context for [...]

Asterisk 16.0.0-rc2 Released

By Matt Fredrickson

Greetings! Today Asterisk 16.0.0-rc2 will become available! Please take some time to test this release as the 16 branch will become the next major LTS release of Asterisk. Surprises found [...]

Enrich Your Conference App with Asterisk Enhanced Messaging – Part 2

By George Joseph

In “Enrich Your Conference App with Asterisk Enhanced Messaging – Part 1” I demonstrated how you could include chat or other messaging features in your conference app.  In Part 2, [...]

Enrich Your Conference App with Asterisk Enhanced Messaging – Part 1

By George Joseph

At last year’s AstriDevcon, we showed a video conference demonstration application called CyberMegaPhone.  It was a very simple app but it showed how a web developer could create a video [...]

Improving Video Quality In The Real World

By Joshua C. Colp

In the past, we’ve had a few blog posts talking about specific parts of new WebRTC work that has been done in Asterisk; but, with the release of Asterisk 16, [...]