This is the first release of the Avaya WebRTC snap-in. Key features include:
capabilities in their Web pages. Developers do not need deal with the underlying WebRTC infrastructure or protocols (ICE, STUN, TURN,
SDP, etc.) to be able to use the snap-in.
- Security: Web applications handle authentication and authorization of calls, including the ability to assert the calling party's address
and to restrict the destination addresses that can be called.
- High Availability: WebRTC applications, and active WebRTC calls, can be maintained in case of an outage of an Avaya Breeze (fka Avaya
Engagement Development Platform) server within a cluster.
The following Avaya product releases are required to use the Avaya WebRTC Snap-in:
- Avaya Engagement Development Platform Release 3.0.
- Avaya Media Server Release 7.6.
- Avaya Session Border Controller for Enterprise (SBCE) Release 6.3 (not required if all users are internal to the enterprise firewall,
or if they are using a third-party reverse proxy or Application Delivery Controller). Advanced and Standard Avaya SBCE licenses are
required for each concurrent session.