OpenRate V1.1 has been released! This is an important release, which brings the full convergence of batch and real time processing to OpenRate, and which also has many minor improvements.
OpenRate V1.1 improves performance, and offers standard mediation/conversion/rating/discounting speeds of 5000-15000 events per second for batch and 1000+ events per second for real time processing, per CPU!
OpenRate V188.8.131.52 is a large maintenance release of the Convergent OpenRate rating and mediation platform.
As VoIP penetrates further into telephony infrastructure, we're seeing many more cases of fraud being reported from our customers. It's a worrying trend, and it's set to continue and become more common.
A recent survey by Accenture concludes that open source has "come of age".
We're proud to announce the OpenBSS Invoice formatter as part of the Open BSS suite. This is a stand-alone invoice formatter, capable for formatting invoices with high complexities, rapidly, either as a batch or an online service.
The input to the formatter can either be an XML file, or a database, with an extractor pulling the information as needed.
The OpenBSS invoice formatter uses state of the art open source technolgy, and provides great performance, flexibility and formatting as part of the package.
We've been aiming at Web Services support for some time, adding the ability to create a rating service, to go along with the existing customer account creation service, which we have had for some time. Based on the new V1.1 real time architecture, we have put together a small "wrapper" project, which presents OpenRate as a Web Rating Service.
Once again, we've been forced to tighten the rule for accessing the site, due to the fact that there are people in this world who will abuse any goodwill they find in order to further their own selfish ends.
We're pleased to announce that the Javadoc for V184.108.40.206 is now ready. This terminates the work on completing the Javadoc resources that we set at V220.127.116.11.
You should now find the Javadoc a valuable resource, which binds in well with the Wiki community documentation.
You can get to the Javadoc here.
We're wrapping up the final stages of release 1.1 at the moment, ironing out a few last minute problems and updating the Javadoc. We expect to release in the next two weeks or so.
Release 1.1 has some important features:
In order to improve the quality of the developer documentation, we have released the javadoc documentation for OpenRate.