HOMER is a robust, carrier-grade, scalable Packet and Event capture system and VoiP/RTC Monitoring Application based on the HEP/EEP protocol and ready to process & store insane amounts of signaling, rtc events, logs and statistics with instant search, end-to-end analysis and drill-down capabilities.
HOMER is already used by large enterprises, voice network operators, voip service providers and traffic carriers worldwide, has been implemented as a service in 3rd party voice platforms and is suitable for production.
HOMER 7+ is designed and delivered as a set of modular components and building blocks to be used stand-alone or in combination with other platforms.
Unlike its predecessors, HOMER Seven is completely dynamic, meaning there are many database, timeseries and logging backend combinations possible - even at the same time! This opens up a number of new use-case options some users might find overwhelming at first - don't worry, its just about freedom of choice! If you're unsure or just want a stand-alone capture system, please consider using the below options or joining our friendly users mailing list where our community will welcome and help you move the first steps.
If you'd like to get an idea about what HOMER is and what HOMER does, consider watching one of our presentations or workshops:
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For professional support, remote installations, customizations or commercial requests please contact: [email protected]
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For commercial licensing and support, please contact the QXIP Team at [http://qxip.net]
Contributors and Contributions to our project are always welcome! If you intend to participate and help us improve HOMER by sending patches, we kindly ask you to sign a standard CLA (Contributor License Agreement) which enables us to distribute your code alongside the project without restrictions present or future. It doesn’t require you to assign to us any copyright you have, the ownership of which remains in full with you. Developers can coordinate with the existing team via the homer-dev mailing list. If you'd like to join our internal team and volunteer to help with the project's many needs, feel free to contact us anytime!
Homer components are released under the GNU Affero General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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This Open-Source project is made possible by actual Humans without corporate sponsors, angels or patreons.
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