ProcessOne has just released OneTeam Media Server, a Flash server written in erlang.
OneTeam Media Server, or OMS for short, is a new Flash server implementation, written in erlang, by ProcessOne. This will enable your users to broadcast voice and/or video streams to multiple subscribers.
OneTeam Media Server, although being at an early stage, behaves already quite well, since it is more scalable than red5. It might not be a fair comparison though, since it OMS is not as featurefull as red5.
- Support for streaming live/recorded content
- Support for recording live content
- Support for ActionScript3.0 Shared Objects
- Clustering support
- Ability to write application modules in Erlang/OTP
It still does not include RTMPT for HTTP tunneling. The license chosen for OneTeam Media Server is the Erlang Public License version 1.1. OMS needs Erlang/OTP R11B-0 or higher.
The source code is available here: https://git.process-one.net/oms
To pull the source code form git, please type:
The usual procedure is required (./configure, make, sudo make install). To start OMS, just type:
Please check the documentation in: