From the Enterprise VoIP Experts

February 12, 2013

TeleStax Implements CloudBees PaaS to Support Open Source Telecom Project Mobicents

By SIP Trunking Report Contributor

TeleStax, a provider of solutions for telecommunications service providers and enterprises, has implemented the CloudBees Platform to facilitate and support development efforts for Mobicents, an open source telecommunications project.

CloudBees, a provider of Java Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), delivers advanced features, including Jenkins continuous integration services that help build and test code to maintain the compliance of projects with Java specifications.

Before adopting the CloudBees PaaS solution, TeleStax was using an on-premises solution to maintain community development of Mobicents projects. TelScale is TeleStax’s carrier-grade solution which includes a suite of advanced management products built on Mobicents, said officials.

Jean Deruelle, cofounder of TeleStax remarked, “Using the CloudBees’ Platform we were able to take advantage of an extremely reliable development infrastructure, with greatly reduced costs and low maintenance. With CloudBees’ help, we were able to build a solution that’s been widely accepted in the community and we have no hassles with having to maintain the infrastructure.”

The CloudBees Platform has helped TelStax to enhance the Mobicents project with collaboration capabilities for external contributors. External contributors can now access the repository, and the community can test updates made to the code base before making the updates live.

TeleStax and Mobicents stand to gain from the capabilities of the CloudBees Platform. Efficiency was remarkably enhanced as troubleshooting became easy, owing to the use of continuous integration with Jenkins in the cloud, on the CloudBees Platform.

The features augmented productivity as it enabled project contributors to focus entirely on development work and not worry about IT infrastructure maintenance. CloudBees technical experts offer optimum support in solving all integration issues as well.

Sacha Labourey, CEO and founder of CloudBees said, “We’re proud to see how TeleStax has been able to streamline its development environment with the use of CloudBees’ industry-leading Java PaaS platform. TeleStax can continue to build on its open source base while taking advantage of the reliability and cost benefits that are available in the cloud.”

Recently, Heirloom Computing, Inc. announced a new partnership with CloudBees to speed the transition of mainframe workloads to the CloudBees PaaS.

Edited by Braden Becker