WebRTC is often associated with the new capabilities it brings to the browser, but these capabilities are built on underlying network standards. While these standards come from the VoIP world, WebRTC utilizes many technologies that are unique to the web environment or that are rarely used. Service Providers deploying WebRTC must accommodate these technologies while adhering to traditional communications requirements around security, reliability, and interoperability still remain.
In this webcast, Douglas Tait of Oracle and Dean Bubley of Disruptive Analysis will review WebRTC's core networking technologies and address critical challenges such as:
How to secure and control WebRTC signaling and media in the service provider environments
How to cost-effectively and reliably scale WebRTC applications
How to interoperate with existing communications infrastructure
Who should attend:
Telecom and Web Services CTOs, Enterprise IT managers, Business Managers, Product Managers and Developers interested in leveraging the disruptive potential of WebRTC
Dean Bubley Dean Bubley is the Founder of Disruptive Analysis, an independent technology industry analyst and consulting firm. An analyst with over 20 years' experience, he specialises in wireless, mobile, and telecoms fields, with further expertise across the broader technology industry.
Douglas Tait Setting the telecommunications marketing strategy for Oracle and the industry, Mr Tait is defining and building out the Service/Application infrastructure for Next Generation Networks. As Global Director of Marketing for Telecommunications, Mr Tait is driving the strategy and tactics for Service Delivery Platforms, Policy, Service Brokering, and IP integration. Prior to Oracle, Mr Tait was the director for Global Telecom Markets at BEA and founded the JAIN initiative defining Java™ technology for communications at Sun. He organized international standards, community, and user group meetings for creating standards and driving the communications market toward standard based interfaces, platforms, and protocols.