In this 4-day, intensive workshop, students get hands-on experience using the OMG DDS specification and the OpenDDS implementation in their C++ applications.
The OMG Data Distribution Service (DDS) for Real-time Systems is a publish-and-subscribe service designed to meet the performance, scalability, and quality-of-service needs of real-time and embedded systems. OpenDDS is an open source, C++ implementation of the OMG DDS specification.
This course prepares students to:
- Understand the Data Distribution Service's role in developing distributed applications
- Define custom DDS data types using OMG Interface Definition Language (IDL)
- Create DDS publishers and data writers
- Create DDS subscribers and data readers
- Understand DDS Quality-of-Service (QoS) settings and apply them to DDS entities
Working knowledge of C++ and familiarity with object-oriented programming concepts
Duration & Format
4 days (24 hours)
Schedule a custom offering of this workshop at your location, online, or in our Midwest training lab (12140 Woodcrest Executive Drive; St. Louis, MO. 63141).
The following topics are covered in this course:
- DDS defined
- Defining DDS types with Interface Definition Language
- Writing a DDS publishing application
- Writing a DDS subscribing application
- Configuring a pluggable transport for data transfer
- Understanding DDS samples, instances, and keys
- Applying Quality-of-Service settings to DDS entities
- DDS Built-in Topics
- Conditions and WaitSets
- Content-Subscription Profile
- Fault tolerance with Ownership Qos
- OpenDDS configuration
- The OpenDDS concurrency model
- The OpenDDS discovery model
- Advanced Topics
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