The Avaya Breeze Platform 3.1.1 includes the following new and enhanced features:
- Callable Snap-ins:
A Callable Snap-in is defined as any service whose features are invoked to originate or receive a call. Deployment of Callable Snap-ins involves additional steps, including defining and applying a routing policy. See Administering the Avaya Breeze Platform for details.
- Real-time Speech Improvements:
To increase the efficiency of speech searches performed by the Avaya Real-time Speech Snap-in, the Avaya Breeze Platform now supports mixed audio streams as the input to the speech search engine.
- Trusted Host by Cluster:
The Avaya Breeze Element Manager enables the trusted host list to be configured on a per-cluster basis, such that only trusted hosts for that cluster can have HTTP(S) access.
- Flexible Call Leg Control API Methods:
New Flexible Call Leg Control API methods enable the development of snap-in services that can add and drop participants during call set up.
- Media Control API Methods:
New Media Control API methods enable the development of snap-in services that can start and stop recording of a single party call
- Element Manager improvements.
For more detailed information, see the section What's new in this release included in Chapter 2 of the Avaya Breeze Overview and Specification.