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Binod

Binod P.G is a senior principal member technical staff in the CGBU division of Oracle Corporation. He is the architect of OCCAS product and is leading JSR 359 to revise SIP Servlet Specification. Previously, at Sun Microsystems, he was an architect of the Project SailFin and a co-specification lead of the Java EE Connector Architecture 1.6 Expert Group . In the past, he was involved in the development of many areas of the glassfish applicaton server, including Java EE Service Engine, Server Startup, Connector 1.5, JDBC, Connection Pool and JMS provider integration. He is also one of the owners of Generic Resource Adapter for JMS project. Prior to joining Sun in 2000, he has worked on a number of server side software technologies including IMS PL/1 programs in IBM Mainframes and internet projects in Microsoft IIS.

 

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There are a number of topics JSR 359 EG is working on. These are on a number of different categories.

JSR 359 has been accepted by Java SE/EE executive committee a month back. Please see the...

A preview release of SailFin CAFE is now available. We announced this project...

Here is a list of SailFin CAFE presentations that we will be presenting in next 2-3 months.

Here is the second part of the CAFE fundamentals blog series.

SIP Servlets provide a server side Java abstraction to SIP protocol and it is based on familiar servlet model. This enables an application...

Much awaited GlassFish V3 is released today. The modular, OSGI based Java EE 6 product has been making headlines for some time now. I have been experimenting V3 for some time now, basically...

So far I have described how create server applications that handle call,...

SailFin V2 (Sun GlassFish Communications Server 2.0) is released today. See Srikanth's...

In this edition, I am explaining, how to write a simple IM server using SailFin CAFE.

How do you write a application that enables communication between two SIP phones? What if you also want to
support video calling?

X-Lite configuration is where users commonly make mistakes while using sailfin. Here are some tips that I...

Project SailFin CAFE (http://sailfin-cafe.dev.java.net) is available now. It is a sub project of Project...

Brimount sent a mail to the SailFin users alias about the steps he has taken to...

SailFin V1 is released. This post explains the basic steps by which you can get started with SailFin V1 and write a simple sip application.

When a web server receives an http requests, the server identifies which application need to be run, depending on the context-root of the request. However SIP communication is designed to...

The Service Execution Environment is a key layer of any Service Delivery Platform (SDP), and the application servers and...

Let me explain this issue, step by step.

What is Record-Route?

In the first part of this blog, I explained how a third person Join a call between two parties. This part explains how one party is replaced by another in a call....

In a typical customer support scenario, a customer support executive (E) might want his manager (M) to join his call with a customer (C). How to achieve that? In SIP world, Join header...

This time, my work had about 800 lines changes/new lines spanning 16 files and was implementing two RFCs. All that was plain simple java code and...

In last couple of months, I received many e-mails seeking information on how exactly a converged application can be configured for authentication in ...

JSR 289 went final less than a month back. And we have the first implementation of JSR 289 at alpha stage available now....

Lately I have been a spending significant amount of time analyzing issues coming from sailfin performance team and...

Tomorrow (Wednesday) morning at 9.30am, me and Kristoffer talk about ...