[Freeswitch-users] FreeSWITCH HA + Loadbalancing

Raimund Sacherer rs at runsolutions.com
Mon Aug 31 00:04:12 PDT 2009

Shouldn't be so hard, right? But there's human nature, even if the  
corporations get to save, like, 100k worth of licenses and hardware  
and other costs it is very hard to get them to spend a little back to  
the community which helped to achive that goal.

I think my first, very ambitous goal to make the sofia rewrite a  
personal long-term hobby is not going to be very realistic, because of  
my daytime job and my private life.

But I will try to persuade my employer to make at least a little  
contribution, as I really want this in FS, maybe we should

* make it a bounty project
* try to bring in some big sponsors (who are the biggest companys  
using FS anyway?)
* make some awareness in the voip scene??

seriously what else can be done to get the estimated 100k to become  

I really want this feature in FS! :-)


Raimund Sacherer
     Open Source It Consulting

Parc Bit - Centro Empresarial Son Espanyol
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On Aug 31, 2009, at 7:57 AM, Jason White wrote:

> Ken Rice <krice at freeswitch.org> wrote:
>> I know there has already been some discussion on several fronts of  
>> atleast
>> getting the core and several other pieces to where they need to be  
>> for
>> stateful failover and I'm not sure if its been mentioned here, but  
>> sofia is
>> going to be a bit of work and estimates run in the 100K USD range.  
>> Now if we
>> could get a get a couple of corporate sponsors to help here it  
>> would be
>> great.
> I agree. Perhaps some of those corporations which are saving money  
> over
> proprietary solutions by using FreeSWITCH, and who also want the
> high-availability functionality, would be ideal sponsors for the work.
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