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    • The Product

      Oracle Communications WebRTC Session Controller supplies the back-end infrastructure for integrating WebRTC solutions with SIP and IMS networks, enabling the browser to be used like a normal telephone, with video and file sharing capabilities. WebRTC Session Controller also supplies an SDK that makes it easier to build web applications that use the WebRTC features included in web browsers.

       

      The Course

      This WebRTC Session Controller course is a self-paced, offline course.
      This is the first part that is released for WebRTC Session Controller 7.2. More updates are coming.
      For more information, please use the presentations for WebRTC Session Controller 7.1, which are also available in Oracle Learning Library.

      The presentations and the practice instructions are provided as PDF files.

      WebRTC Session Controller self paced course structure

       

      The Audience

      The audience for this course are application developers, system architects, and integration developers with basic telecom knowledge who want to understand WebRTC Session Controller.

       

      Prerequisites

      This course requires basic telecom knowledge. There are no other mandatory prerequisites for this course.

       

       
    • The Practice Instructions

      This WebRTC Session Controller course is a self-paced, offline course. The practice instructions are provided in a PDF files and include step-by-step instructions. With its detailed, hands-on tutorials, you will walk away with a complete environment, suitable for prototyping and testing.

       

      The Practice Environment

      The practices use two virtual machines that you create. The software that runs the virtual machines is Oracle VM Virtual Box. You need to have administrative rights on the machine to be able to disable or reconfigure any local firewall or CPU-intensive background processes, if necessary. The virtual machines require a laptop that fulfills the following specifications:

      • Operating System: Windows, Linux, OS X, or Solaris
      • CPU: Preferably a dual core, at least 2 GHz
      • RAM: At least 8 GB of RAM
      • Hard Drive: At least 15 GB of free space
      • Web Camera: Internal or external, to be able to test video calls

       

      The Practice Structure

      Order of practices

       
    • Installation Practice Package

      In this package you get the instructions and lab files you need to do a complete installation of the WebRTC Session Controller 7.2.

      Using the instructions, you will:

      • Download a pre-built virtual machine
      • Reconfigure networking for the WebRTC Session Controller practices
      • Install additional third-party software needed for the practices
      • Downloading, installing, and configuring WebRTC Session Controller Media Engine
      • Downloading, installing, and configuring WebRTC Session Controller Signaling Engine
      • Setting up audio, video and chat sessions between browsers by using a sample pre-built web application.
      • Setting up audio calls between browser and a SIP phone.
       
    • The tips and tricks page for the WebRTC Session Controller 7.2 tutorial.

       
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    • Extending Practices

      These practices will help you install and configure the Services Gatekeeper Platform Development Studio. You will then use it to create a Soap-to-Soap Communications Service.

      Practices:

      • Installing and Configuring the Platform Development Studio
      • Configuring and starting local SOAP and RESTful web services
      • Building, deploying, configuring and testing a Soap-to-Soap Communication Service

       

       
    • Platform Test Environment (PTE) Practices

      These practices will help you install the Platform Test Environment (PTE) as an addition to a basic installation of Services Gatekeeper.  Then you will configure plug-ins, accounts and SLAs before using the PTE for testing User Location, Short and Multimedia Messaging. There are also optional practices for using SoapUI as a test client.

      Practices:

      • Installing the Platform Test Environment (PTE) as an addition to a basic installation
      • Provisioning plug-ins, accounts and SLAs
      • Using the PTE for User Location, SMS and MMS
      • Using SoapUI as a test client
       
    • Portal Practices

      These practices will help you install the API Portals as an addition to a basic installation of Services Gatekeeper.  Then you will use the Management Portal and the Partner Portal to define APIs, onboard a partner and help the partner use the API.

      Practices:

      • Installing the API Portals as an addition to a basic installation
      • Configuring and starting local SOAP and RESTful web services
      • Defining APIs for the web services
      • On-boarding a partner
      • Using the APIs
      • Modifying APIs
       
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