Project FONOS: An open-source framework for CPaaS building Pedro Sanders, Project Leader Fonos

Project FONOS: An open-source framework for CPaaS building
Pedro Sanders, Project Leader FONOS

Project FONOS is a framework for CPaaS building. It aims to help organizations of all sizes reduce time to market, protect private data, and avoid vendor lock-in. Project Fonos has been engineered to run in cloud environments such as Kubernetes and be scalable and modular — it is up to you to decide which components to use. Best of all, it is open-source!

This talk will present the project’s architecture, its benefits, and the current roadmap. It will also demonstrate advanced use-cases, such as creating Conversational Programmable Voice Applications (C-PVAs).

This is an excellent presentation, and thanks to João Camarate Silva for the introduction to Pedro. Pedro sets out the value of CPaaS to developers, and its main components. He reviews why self-hosting makes sense, for example, regulatory reasons (healthcare and government) . Then runs through a nice demo. Please check out project FONOS, and support it if you can.

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2 thoughts on “Project FONOS: An open-source framework for CPaaS building Pedro Sanders, Project Leader Fonos”

  1. Thank you, Pedro, for an excellent introduction to Project FONOS.

    AQ1) What made you start this project?
    AQ2) Where would you most like support on the project?

    1. Hi Alan,

      AQ1) As a developer who’s been using Open Source for many years, I’m always looking for ways to contribute to the community. I love open-source and telecommunications, so it was only a matter of time I started work to solve problems in this space.

      AQ2) As you can imagine, this is a lot of work, and we are a small team. We are accepting any form of collaboration from sponsorship, to testing and writing documentation.

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