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Project SailFin

SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) and SIP Servlets are behind many popular services we enjoy today, like Voice-over-IP (VoIP) phone service, instant messaging, presence and buddy list management and web conferencing. SIP Servlets are going to play an even bigger part in building the next generation of Telecommunications services. SailFin adds SIP Servlets technology extension to GlassFish Application Server.

SIP and SIP Servlets are also important in the Enterprise. Combined with Java EE, SIP Servlets can be used to add rich media interactions to Enterprise applications. JSR 289 updates the SIP Servlets API and defines a standard application programming model to mix SIP Servlets and Java EE components. Leveraging Java EE services like web services, persistence, security and transactions, would enable faster development of smarter communications-enabled applications.

Project SailFin is based on robust and scalable SIP Servlets Technology. The SIP Servlet Container in Sailfin, which is based on the code contributed by Ericsson, is JSR289 compliant. Sailfin also provides high availability and clustering features for the SIP Servlet Container and integrates it with the existing GlassFish services.

Go to Project SailFin at Java.Net. Try some simple examples

Latest Release

  • Sailfin 2.0 - The main project page for Sailfin 2.0, scheduled for release in Oct 2009

Earlier Release

  • Sailfin 1.0 - This site has information specific to Sailfin 1.0 released in Jan 2009.

Future Releases (Proposed)

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  1. Jan 11, 2011

    Hi all:

    is there any new release of Sailfin planned for this year? Is this project being supported?


  2. Jul 17, 2011

    I would like to see more information about this project and It seems to be related to my college project.

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