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Avaya Breeze™

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Release 3.1.1

Avaya Breeze™ (previously Avaya Engagement Development Platform) Release 3.1 Feature Pack 1 (Release 3.1.1.0) was made generally available in December 2015; Service Pack 1 (Release 3.1.1.1) was issued in May 2016, incorporating fixes and updated documentation that reflects the product name change. This is the NOT latest release of Avaya Breeze. The latest release is recommended for new development.

New In This Release

Avaya Breeze 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 Avaya Breeze for details.
  • Real-time Speech Improvements:
    To increase the efficiency of speech searches performed by the Avaya Real-time Speech Snap-in, Avaya Breeze 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.