This presentation, after summarizing the main challenges that architects face when designing distributed systems will (1) introduce a series of canonical coordination models, (2) explain the Data Distribution Service (DDS) coordination model and its powerful properties, (3) identify the key patterns that underlie the coordination model (4) show how this coordination model can be used to build some interesting distributed applications and some key distributed algorithms.
This presentation will introduce the key concepts behind RAMI 4.0 and IIRA, introduce the architectural patterns and the key requirements at the foundation of RAMI 4.0 and IIRA as well as their similarities and differences, and explain how the OMG DDS standard can be used to help implement RAMI 4.0 and IIRA compliant architectures.
This presentation will introduce the connectivity, security and scalability requirements of large scale Internet applications; explain how Vortex Cloud and Vortex Fog can help you seamlessly scale your applications to Internet scale whilst addressing security, connectivity, NAT, Firewalls, etc.; present the inner-workings of Vortex Cloud and Vortex Fog to allow you to appreciate how the system scales and to really get the best out of them.
Data Distribution Service (DDS) at the Tactical Edge - Next Generation Military Fog Computing and Cloudlets
Tactical Cloudlets, Fog and Edge Computing will impact the way that the defense community builds the next generation of C4SIR and related military simulation systems, discover how and why. This presentation will allow viewers to learn about the challenges and what innovative new DDS-based technological solutions are available to address them.
This presentation is addressed to those that would like to better understand (1) why Data Distribution Service (DDS) is the right choice for information management in IoT/IIoT, (2) what is the architectural pattern promoted by DDS and how it helps in building better large scale distributed systems, and (3) how DDS can be applied to address the information management challenges typical of IoT/IIoT applications.
This presentation will (1) explain the key concepts behind DDS and OPC-UA and relate them to the reasons why these technologies were created in the first place, (2) clarify the differences and applicability in IIoT for DDS and OPC-UA, and (3) report on the ongoing standardization activities that are looking at DDS / OPC-UA inter-working.
This presentation will introduce Cloud, Fog and Mist Computing architectures for the Internet of Things, explain their applicability with real-world use cases, and introduce the concept of fluid IoT architectures and explain how these can be architected and built using the Vortex platform.
This presentation will demonstrate how quickly and effectively you can build real-world Internet of Things applications that scale using Vortex and the Intel Edison Starter Kit.
In this presentationt we will briefly refresh the key ideas behind Microservice Architectures and then look at how they can be easily implemented in Vortex. Specifically we will (1) look into the key idioms and patterns that are used when implementing Vortex Microservices and (2) walk you through the design and implementation of a microservice application for a real-world use case.
This presentation will highlight the project lifecycle improvements that can be achieved using Vortex OpenSplice DDS tools by providing metrics from real-world use cases and demonstrating the individual tools that make this possible.