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Eleventh International Network Conference (INC 2016)
Title: Evaluating Framework for Monitoring and Analyzing WebRTC Peer-to-Peer Applications
Author(s): Marco Schindler, Christian von Harscher, Johannes Kinzig, Sergej Alekseev
Keywords: peer-to-peer (P2P), Web Real Time Communication (WebRTC), Connection Graph, Monitoring
Abstract: Web Real Time Communication (WebRTC) technology becomes more and more popular, because it enables Communication between web browsers and mobile applications without the need for plug-ins or other apps. This makes it interesting for a wide range of use cases such as call center or online webshop. Our expectation is, that in the near future a lot of commercial and free applications based on this technology will be developed. This paper presents an environment for prototyping of p2p WebRTC based applications, monitoring and analysis of their behaviour. The basic idea of this environment is to provide a possibility to visualize connection graphs containing connected peers of a WebRTC session and to collect statistics for monitoring and analysis.
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