You can test many of the demos on their website, such as the Video Room.
In 2018, OSE began testing running our own self-hosted Janus Gateway since the public Jitsi Meet site run by Atlassian for free (https://meet.jit.si) struggles with 5-12 participants.
Installation in CentOS 7
These commands will install Jitsi Meet on a Centos7 server. The best resources for this are:
# install epel yum -y install epel-release # install other depends, per the documentation yum -y install libmicrohttpd-devel jansson-devel libnice-devel openssl-devel libsrtp-devel sofia-sip-devel glib-devel opus-devel libogg-devel libcurl-devel lua-devel pkgconfig gengetopt libtool autoconf automake # install other depends, per my discovery of their necessity yum -y install glibc2-devel yum --enablerepo=* -y install libnice-devel jansson-devel lua-devel # install usrsctp for Data Channels support (ie: text chat) pushd /root/sandbox git clone https://github.com/sctplab/usrsctp pushd usrsctp ./bootstrap ./configure make make install popd popd # add lib dir cat << EOF > /etc/ld.so.conf.d/janus.conf /usr/lib /usr/local/lib /opt/janus/lib/janus/plugins EOF ldconfig # get & compile janus gateway mkdir -p $HOME/sandbox pushd $HOME/sandbox git clone https://github.com/meetecho/janus-gateway.git cd janus-gateway sh autogen.sh ./configure --prefix=/opt/janus make make install make configs # TODO: config https transport + admin