Actually it is a POC level of environment. I am convinced already that Asterisk "As a legacy app" is so difficult to make it cloud native kind of application.
For me i am away from the VoIP field since more than 4 years now, so is there any other complete solution that can be scaled and hosted in AWS ?.
You are getting things backwards. You should be responding with "oh, AWS and cloud are the wrong approaches for VoIP". It feels like you are driving with a solution and trying to find a goal. Cart before the horse. A POC of a fundamentally bad idea is still a bad idea and a waste of resources.
Is the idea of scaling VoIP interesting? Sure. Can you produce a use case for it? Maybe. But it'll be a stretch.
Does anyone make a complete solution? I doubt it. There's no market for it. The only places that could make use of it are enormous players who would make their own solution (e.g. Twilio) in order to do something unique. If you are the kind of shop that needs this, you can't really use someone else's product. If you need to do someone else's product, we can safely assume it's the wrong product for you.
By default, installing MicroSIP using Chocolatey causes the install to go to an inappropriate data folder location and is only available for the admin installing user, rather than for the end users of the Windows system. Does anyone have any experience or ideas in changing the installation location so that system users can actually use MicroSIP when installed and maintained using choco?
Got a couple of users on macOS that would like to set up a softphone on their desktops. In theory Linphone, Zoiper, X-Lite make macOS versions. Anyone have a reason to pick one or the other or have another option on macOS?
I use Telephone on my laptop and like it. Its pretty sparse, but it works well and is efficient.