Before freezing the development for next major release – Kamailio v4.3.0 – several modules and other relevant additions were pushed in a rather short period of time to git repository. Now, we are trying to look briefly at few of them in a series of posts in order to let everyone know about them.
First to talk about it is the erlang module, contributed by Seudin Kasumovic of Bicom Systems. Erlang is a functional programming language tightly related to telecom environment, with built-in support for concurrency, distribution and fault tolerance
The module enables interaction of Kamailio with Erlang nodes, allowing to send and receive Erlang messages as well as RPC calls between each other. You can read more about it at:
Seudin will also present at Kamailio World Conference how this module can be used and its benefits for scalability and reliability.