[VoiceOps] Monitoring tools

Richard Jobson richard at teraquant.com
Wed Jun 25 19:59:52 EDT 2014

I think its worth mentioning that the other open sourcey type tools do
have the features & if all your techs are SIP gurus, you can find those
features. But if your support org is structured into Tier1/2&3 type of
folks, Palladion/OCOM is a tool that can be  used by all, including Tier
1. Then the T3/4 folks can focus on new services; products and fixing only
the really tricky problems. Usability is productivity :)


On 6/25/14, 8:30 AM, "Joseph Jackson" <jjackson at aninetworks.net> wrote:

>We are working closely with the devs on sonus support.
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>----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Joseph Jackson" <jjackson at aninetworks.net>
>> Check out Homer @ http://sipcapture.org we love it. There is also a
>> commercial version that has more features / support.
>Well, I don't know if Homer hsa the realtime viz tool I'm looking for,
>but if it lives up to the attitude of it's website and prezi, then it's
>probably a good thing that I know about it anyway, thanks.
>Wonder if anyone's working on Sonus support.
>-- jra
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