The OMG Data Distribution Service provides a diverse set of Quality of Service policies. Strategic use of these QoS policies enables intelligent behavior in middleware and allows the application developer to focus on the domain.
In this webinar, we examine one application in detail and explore how it uses DDS QoS policies to address several non-functional requirements. We'll also cover the trade-offs involved in different design choices involving DDS QoS and other DDS features. This webinar builds on Part I and Part II webinars by examining certain QoS policies in more depth and taking a deep dive into a single application as it evolves from simple data transfer to taking full advantage of the Data-Centric Publish/Subscribe model of DDS.
In partnership with Object Management Group (OMG), OCI Principal Software Engineer, Adam Mitz, will be presenting this DDS Technical Overview webinar as Part IV in the series.
DATE: January 17, 2018
TIME: 9:00 a.m. CST
WHAT IS OPENDDS?
OpenDDS is an Open Source, native C++ implementation of the OMG (Object Management Group) Data Distribution Service (DDS) for Real-Time Systems specification.
DDS defines a strongly typed publish-subscribe service for efficiently distributing application data between participants in a distributed application. OpenDDS leverages the ADAPTIVE Communication Environment (ACE) to provide portability and configurability across a wide variety of operating systems and deployment environments. OpenDDS was developed by OCI, working closely with key customers, users, and other researchers at various universities and other locations around the globe.