Introduces support for dependable, resource-constrained and ultra-large-scale systems
PrismTech, a provider of software platforms and integration offerings, has launched a new version of OpenSplice DDS Open Source, which introduces advanced support for ultra-large-scale systems, dependable systems and resource-constrained systems.
OpenSplice DDS is an implementation of the Object Management Group’s (OMG) Data Distribution Service for Real-Time Systems (DDS) specification.
The company claims that the new version is equipped with a set of features that make it the suitable DDS implementation for large-scale deployments. These include a discovery protocol that introduces the concept of scopes to control the macro-topology of the large-scale distributed system.
According to PrismTech, the new version also introduces various innovations developed to support dependable systems, such as the CoFlight European Flight Data Processor. These innovations include quorum data writers, read/write access control, and persistent snapshots.
In addition, the OpenSplice DDS networking service allows for optimised bandwidth usage and furthers these capabilities by introducing compression, PrismTech said.
Angelo Corsaro, DDS CTO of OpenSplice, said: “This has been a terrific first year for OpenSplice DDS Open Source, we’ve seen the community really engaging with the technology and contributing to it.
“We’ve seen a steep rise in the use of OpenSplice DDS in its traditional markets and also its swift adoption in totally new domains, some of which we would have never thought of before. With v5.1 we’ve made another big step forward, delivering to the community the most advanced DDS implementation available on the market!”