While there is adapter.js that quests to bridge browser compatibility issues, it focuses mainly on API mapping. There are other issues, such as differences in SDP, that it doesn’t handle and these issue cause applications to break when used on dissimilar browsers. The constant changes in browser versions and in some cases, lack of backward compatibility between them make this a moving target.
As part of Chrome 52 release there were some performance and security enhancements, one of them was the decision to switch over to using Elliptic Curve Cryptography for generating the self-sign certificate used in the DTLS handshake. ECDSA is mandatory in WebRTC, question is, should you be worried about patent claims in this regards.
Amazon is working on a WebRTC based UC service, Yet another UC service? An API platform for developers? Here is the Amazon WebRTC and UCaaS menu.
What threats do these new services by the largest public cloud provider impose and are there any opportunities?
Compared to SIP, WebRTC adoption is lightning fast. It is not about replacing VoIP or PSTN. WebRTC is VoIP that extends communications to new dimensions.
Traditional analysts have a hard time quantifying the real usage of WebRTC because is it used in such a wide range of verticals and applications deployed by an undefined list of vendors, service providers and startups.
I had several questions lately from vertical service providers contemplating about the technology to use for their video service.
They were hesitant if building with WebRTC is the right way to go.
Here is a case study showing why building with anything other than WebRTC doesn’t make sense.
MPLS and DIA are built for the past and don’t support cost and technical requirements of the modern enterprise. SD-WAN will be like the Firewall is today for enterprises. It will become common among enterprises. It doesn’t mean MPLS will go away, but with the capability of Hybrid WAN as part of SD-WAN, MPLS will become less critical, less traffic will go over it,