Providing a thorough overview to SIP (session initiation protocol) servlets 1.1, this unique resource serves as a practical guide to this exciting and emerging communications network technology. Covering all key concepts and their links into Java Enterprise Edition (JEE), the book discusses the construction, deployment and lifecycle of the SIP servlet. Engineers find a detailed presentation of the role, responsibilities, and convergence of the SIP servlet container. Further, the book discusses the development and deployment of SIP technology, including guidance on SIP Servlet client programming.
Chris Boulton is a technical research specialist working on next generation solutions for Avaya. He has been an active participant in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) for more than six years. Dr. Boulton has authored and participated in numerous specifications related to the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and its related extensions. He is also a member of the JSR 309 Media Server API expert group in the Java Community Process(JCP), is on the Technical Board of Advisors for the VOIP Security Alliance (VOIPSA), and has published numerous white papers on VOIP and related technologies. Kristoffer Gronowski is a senior software architect at Ericsson Research, where he focuses on empowering development and evolution of communication services. Dr. Gronowski is a member of the JSR 309 Media Server API expert group in the Java Community Process (JCP) and was one of the three founders and the architect behind the Ericsson Application Server.
Part 1: Introduction to SIP Servlet Technology - Introduction to SIP Servlets. The SIP Servlet Container. The SIP Servlet Application. Application Router. Moving Forward.; Part 2: Developer & Deployment Environments - Relationship and Role within IMS. SailFin 101. SailFin Introduction. SIP Servlet Client Programming. Appendix.