OpenStack Messaging Service API Search Results & Alternatives
Quickly integrate SMS messaging services into various solutions by using Infobip HTTP application programming interface (HTTP API). The HTTP API can be used for sending SMS messages, collecting delivery reports, making Number Context (number validation) requests and receiving inbound SMS messages sent from mobile phones.
Phone verification is a great way to ensure that your users are genuine. It is an increasingly common practice, yet every one has to re-invent the wheel to get it working. Having used it for 2 of our apps, we decided to make it available to general public as a service. This service uses text messaging to send verification code. So, it's more suited to mobile phones. We haven't needed more than that. However, if you'd like to run verifications via calling, do let us know, and we can add that feature.
TCS’ Cloud Messaging Center REST API allows developers to easily integrate SMS/Text messaging into their applications and web services. We offer two-way text messaging coverage for all US wireless carriers. The Cloud Messaging Center (CMC) REST API provides a set of methods that are called using https or http, to perform messaging (SMS) features such as… • Sending a message • Getting delivery receipts • Replying to a message • Creating contacts and groups • Scheduling messages
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The Zaqar API only supports ‘’major versions’’ expressed in request URLs. To explore the entire API, you need to know only this one URI. This document is cacheable. [...] This is to prevent cases where queues are deleted and users still have a valid URL. This is not a big issues in cases where there’s just 1 pool. [...] The response body contains a list of resource paths that correspond to each message submitted in the request, in the order of the messages.
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If you’re responsible for managing infrastructure at the bare metal level (aka actual physical infra) & you’ve not evaluated Openstack Ironic, whatcha waitin for?
CERN manages 4k nodes, & ask @ThePenick how many physical nodes Verizon Media manages :)
Pairs well with k8s, too! https://t.co/wrXEOUuuRq