Register for PrismTech’s upcoming OpenSplice and Vortex live webcasts presented by leading industry expert Angelo Corsaro, Ph.D., PrismTech CTO and co-chair of the OMG DDS Special Interest Group.
Introducing Vortex the Intelligent Data Sharing Platform for the Internet of Things Webcast – April 9 2014
* Learn about Vortex, the first platform to enable ubiquitous, efficient and timely data sharing across mobile, embedded, desktop, cloud and web applications. * Understand the elements that make up Vortex along with the use cases it addresses. * Get started writing your first Vortex App.
The real value of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Industrial Internet (I2) are ubiquitous information availability and consequently the decisions that can be made from it. If we look at the technology landscape, there is not a single platform that provides efficient, timely and ubiquitous data sharing across network-connected devices. Well, there was not until now! Vortex is the first platform to enable ubiquitous, efficient and timely data sharing across mobile, embedded, desktop, cloud and web applications. This webcast will (1) introduce the elements that make up the Vortex platform and (2) describe its applicability and (3) get you started writing Vortex applications.
Data Distribution Service Idioms and Design Patterns Webcast – April 24 2014
* Learn the idioms and patterns commonly used by experienced DDS architects and programmers. * Understand when and how to apply these idioms and patterns. * See concrete use cases and code snippets showing the idioms and patterns in action.
Architects and Programmers approaching DDS for the first time often find catalogs of great help that describe Design Patterns and Idioms usually employed by experienced DDS users. Design Patterns, along with helping new DDS users to get up to speed, provide a design vocabulary that can be used to share and document design decisions within and across teams. This webcast will introduce the most important design patterns and idioms recurrently adopted by experienced DDS architects and programmers. These patterns and idioms will cover various aspects and properties of a system, such as, performance, fault-tolerance, interaction patterns, and QoS.