An extended, in-depth tutorial explaining how to fully exploit the standard's unique communication capabilities.Presented at the OMG June 2013 Berlin Meeting.
Users upgrading to DDS from a homegrown solution or a legacy-messaging infrastructure often limit themselves to using its most basic publish-subscribe features. This allows applications to take advantage of reliable multicast and other performance and scalability features of the DDS wire protocol, as well as the enhanced robustness of the DDS peer-to-peer architecture. However, applications that do not use DDS's data-centricity do not take advantage of many of its QoS-related, scalability and availability features, such as the KeepLast History Cache, Instance Ownership and Deadline Monitoring. As a consequence some developers duplicate these features in custom application code, resulting in increased costs, lower performance, and compromised portability and interoperability.
This tutorial will formally define the data-centric publish-subscribe model as specified in the OMG DDS specification and define a set of best-practice guidelines and patterns for the design and implementation of systems based on DDS.
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