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  1. 1. CORBA Middleware for the French and Italian Flight Data Processing System: CARDAMOM IT&S Aerospace Defence
  2. 2. CARDAMOM Introduction Target Applications CARDAMOM Principles Multi Domain Open Source CORBA Component Based Developments Value Added Execution platform COTS integration OMG standardisation 31/03/03 references31/03/03 UML tool chain and MDA support Expected Services Current Services Date and Reference platform 2
  3. 3. Introduction Collaboration agreement: CARDAMOM is the concrete result of AMS and THALES Collaboration agreement for the development of CORBA 3 compliant middleware. Open source: In order to ensure the large-scale dissemination and usage of CARDAMOM and of the CORBA 3 standard AMS and THALES have decided to distribute CARDAMOM as an open source. eFDP/fi middleware: Date and references31/03/03 The eFDP/fi (Franco Italian European Flight Data Processor) is the first common project where CARDAMOM is used. 3
  4. 4. CARDAMOM Introduction Target Applications CARDAMOM Principles Multi Domain Open Source CORBA Component Based Developments Value Added Execution platform COTS integration OMG standardisation 31/03/03 references31/03/03 UML tool chain and MDA support Expected Services Current Services Date and Reference platform 4
  5. 5. CARDAMOM = a framework... ...to configure, deploy and execute near real-time and fault-tolerant distributed applications Scalability Inter Throughput Persistence Determinism operability Paralellism Availability Security Near Real Time Document and Complex Physics / Signal Data Real Time and Fault Tolerant Information Electronics Processing Processing Information Workflow Information Management Date and references31/03/03 Processing Management Processing Equipment (sensor / actuator) Distributed Computer System 5
  6. 6. CARDAMOM Introduction Target Applications CARDAMOM Principles Multi Domain Open Source CORBA Component Based Developments Value Added Execution platform COTS integration OMG standardisation 31/03/03 references31/03/03 UML tool chain and MDA support Expected Services Current Services Date and Reference platform 6
  7. 7. CARDAMOM Principles Multi-domain Command And Control Information System (CCIS) Open Source Open Common Development Organisation CORBA Component Model Extended to CCIS requirements Support for other technical services Value-added execution platform (services) Modularity - flexibility COTS integration OMG standardisation active participation Date and references31/03/03 Vendors Collaboration / Multi ORB To be used with a UML tool chain To ease the application development to support MDA 7
  8. 8. CARDAMOM Introduction Target Applications CARDAMOM Principles Multi Domain Open Source CORBA Component Based Developments Value Added Execution platform COTS integration OMG standardisation 31/03/03 references31/03/03 UML tool chain and MDA support Expected Services Current Services Date and Reference platform 8
  9. 9. Principles - Multi-domain CARDAMOM is intended to be used in different domains such as: Air Traffic Control, Secure Operation, Airborne Command and Control systems, Naval Combat Management… Date and references31/03/03 9
  10. 10. Command Control and Information System Defence Secure Op. Civil Air Secure Airborne Naval Traffic Operation Command Combat Control & Control Date and references31/03/03 Management System 10
  11. 11. CCIS Example : ATC center architecture AFTN/CIDIN ATFM ADJACENT FIR'S/TWR'S MET Centres Supervisory Recording Radar Front Radar Data Flight Plan Simulator Control Supervisory Replay Processing Processing Recording Processing Radar Front Radar Data Flight Plan Simulator Control Replay Processing Processing Processing LAN Voice control controller controller controller controller and Voice control Working Working Working Working communications and Position Position Position Position Date and references31/03/03 communications • Intercom • Priority • Public • RADIO A/G 11
  12. 12. CARDAMOM Introduction Target Applications CARDAMOM Principles Multi Domain Open Source CORBA Component Based Developments Value Added Execution platform COTS integration OMG standardisation 31/03/03 references31/03/03 UML tool chain and MDA support Expected Services Current Services Date and Reference platform 12
  13. 13. Principles – Open Source Development of CARDAMOM by a Common Development Organisation (CDO) The CDO includes THALES and AMS Units and is an open structure Share of development cost by the CDO partners Product managed by a Board including contributing Units Date and references31/03/03 13
  14. 14. Principles – Open Source Distribution Common Development Organization DEVELOPMENT REFERENCE ENTERPRISE COMMUNITY EDITION EDITION Date and references31/03/03 Services & OSS Solutions Consortium Provider Commercial Non Commercial User User 14
  15. 15. CARDAMOM Introduction Target Applications CARDAMOM Principles Multi Domain Open Source CORBA Component Based Developments Value Added Execution platform COTS integration OMG standardisation 31/03/03 references31/03/03 UML tool chain and MDA support Expected Services Current Services Date and Reference platform 15
  16. 16. Principles - Why OMG's CORBA Only middleware standard that is non-proprietary supports actually heterogeneity platform languages is suitable to integrate smoothly legacy CORBA is evolving towards more 'technical' features CORBA-RT Fault Tolerant CORBA ... Not only plain synchronous method call (C/S) Date and references31/03/03 supports asynchronism (events) supports deferred synchronism (AMI) supports data distribution (DDS) 16
  17. 17. Principles - Support of CCM Explicit description of: provided services and events requested services Component and events Separation of concerns: Container functional properties non-functional properties Execution Platform Date and references31/03/03 Benefits: easier deployment re-use of application è2 software 17
  18. 18. CCM - Areas of Investigation CCM is a good organisational model... ...that deserves enhancements to fulfil CCIS requirements integration of new technical services administration Component Integration of new technical services Internal container Container organisation Components Date and references31/03/03 administration suite Execution Platform 18
  19. 19. CARDAMOM Introduction Target Applications CARDAMOM Principles Multi Domain Open Source CORBA Component Based Developments Value Added Execution platform COTS integration OMG standardisation 31/03/03 references31/03/03 UML tool chain and MDA support Expected Services Current Services Date and Reference platform 19
  20. 20. Principles - Value-Added Platform To keep non-functional properties away from the pure application logic, they need to be supported elsewhere Services Lifecycle Naming, Trading Supervision Events Whose QoS & implementation must Data distribution fit with CCIS application requirements Time Date and references31/03/03 Persistence Fault Tolerance Load Balancing... 20
  21. 21. CARDAMOM Introduction Target Applications CARDAMOM Principles Multi Domain Open Source CORBA Component Based Developments Value Added Execution platform COTS integration OMG standardisation 31/03/03 references31/03/03 UML tool chain and MDA support Expected Services Current Services Date and Reference platform 21
  22. 22. CARDAMOM Open Flexible Platform Container Application Code CARDAMOM CARDAMOM Foundation PROFILE Kernel OS ORB Data Date and references31/03/03 Load System Life Recor Trace Persis Naming Property Events Time Distri tence Balancing Mngt. cycle ding Logging bution Pluggable CARDAMOM Services or COTS services 22
  23. 23. CARDAMOM Introduction Target Applications CARDAMOM Principles Multi Domain Open Source CORBA Component Based Developments Value Added Execution platform COTS integration OMG standardisation 31/03/03 references31/03/03 UML tool chain and MDA support Expected Services Current Services Date and Reference platform 23
  24. 24. OMG Standardisation (CARDAMOM Services vs. CORBA Services) CARDAMOM CORBA Services Standard Services ORB Date and references31/03/03 PERCO OMG Prototyping RFP Validation è4 24
  25. 25. CARDAMOM Introduction Target Applications CARDAMOM Principles Multi Domain Open Source CORBA Component Based Developments Value Added Execution platform COTS integration OMG standardisation 31/03/03 references31/03/03 UML tool chain and MDA support Expected Services Current Services Date and Reference platform 25
  26. 26. Principles - Use a UML Tool Chain Support of MDA (Model Driven Architecture) Approach Capitalization on Requirements & Architecture Models UML models (PIM in MDA) • Domain • Technical Platform Independent Model • Platform CARDAMOM UML models (PIM in MDA) UML TOOLSET UML profiles Platform-specific Platform specific model Models and Profiles CARDAMOM Date and references31/03/03 Value-added Component-based description Execution Platforms Platform-wide Services files 26
  27. 27. CARDAMOM Introduction Target Applications CARDAMOM Principles Multi Domain Open Source CORBA Component Based Developments Value Added Execution platform COTS integration OMG standardisation 31/03/03 references31/03/03 UML tool chain and MDA support Expected Services Current Services Date and Reference platform 27
  28. 28. Expected Services Lifecycle Naming, Trading Supervision Events Data distribution Time Persistence Fault Tolerance Load Balancing Date and references31/03/03 Transaction Recording and Replay CCM 28
  29. 29. CARDAMOM Introduction Target Applications CARDAMOM Principles Multi Domain Open Source CORBA Component Based Developments Value Added Execution platform COTS integration OMG standardisation 31/03/03 references31/03/03 UML tool chain and MDA support Expected Services Current Services Date and Reference platform 29
  30. 30. CARDAMOM Current Services Abstraction Layers OS Abstraction Layer Isolation layer from the underlying OS Multi-threading support for C++ ORB Abstraction Layer Isolation layer from the underlying ORB(s) Life Cycle Ease the use of the Portable Object Adapter by providing frameworks for management of CARDAMOM objects life cycle through predefined Factory Strategies that allow the selection of advanced POA features. Naming & Repository Scalable object repository to store and retrieve factories and object references while providing a CORBA Naming Service compatible interface. Date and references31/03/03 Naming Interface Ease of use for accessing any CORBA compliant Naming Service through an interface similar to a file management system. 30
  31. 31. CARDAMOM Current Services Event Use of CORBA-compliant COTS Add-on software to encapsulate ORB implementation specific features (Event Channel creation), to ease connection to the Event Channel in the push model, to administrate Event Channels. Data Distribution Submission at the OMG led by THALES Integration of THALES Naval Netherlands SPLICE 2 COTS Product Evolution currently performed by TNNL so as to make SPLICE 2 compliant with OMG DDS (DCPS) System Management Initial definition of the system configuration and modification during operation. Control of system elements (nodes, applications, processes…) including ordered start-up and stop of applications, performed from user-defined Date and references31/03/03 graph of dependencies. Monitoring of system elements and detection of faults. Report upon request and notification of status and configuration changes to subscribers. 31
  32. 32. CARDAMOM Current Services XML Service Allows a client to extract information from an XML document as well as to update this document through IDL interfaces. The XML Service also provides the capability to retrieve XML data with an XPath request. Time Use of a CORBA compliant COTS (both Time and Timer Event Services) Trace Tool Runtime analysis of CARDAMOM software Date and references31/03/03 32
  33. 33. Support of CCM - Current Features Support of Extended Component level Session Component category Session Container API Type No support for Persistence, Transaction and Security Use of the COS Event for asynchronous communication Component configuration through the Use of Component and Home attributes Provision of Packaging, Assembly and Deployment tools Use of a Code Generator Date and references31/03/03 33
  34. 34. Support of CORBA Ft - Current Features Warm Passive Replication Style Unit of Redundancy is the CORBA Object Support of Fail-Over Semantics Replication Manager Fault Detection (Process & Host) and Fault Notification No State and Request Logging & Replay No Gateway for non-FT client ORBs Date and references31/03/03 34
  35. 35. CARDAMOM Introduction Target Applications CARDAMOM Principles Multi Domain Open Source CORBA Component Based Developments Value Added Execution platform COTS integration OMG standardisation 31/03/03 references31/03/03 UML tool chain and MDA support Expected Services Current Services Date and Reference platform 35
  36. 36. Reference Platform Multiplatform middleware. But reference platform is required for industrial development. Two platforms: C++ : TAO Linux. Java : JacORB. Ada available for legacy integration. Gnat : OrbRiver Date and references31/03/03 36
  37. 37. Date and references31/03/03 37 Reference platform
  38. 38. Conclusion Industrial agreement between AMS and THALES for the development of CORBA 3 compliant middleware. large-scale dissemination and usage of CORBA 3 standard through open source middleware. The Franco Italian European Flight Data Processor eFDP/fi is the first common project where CARDAMOM is used. Date and references31/03/03 38

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