On Demand Webcasts

Welcome to the Vortex DDS On Demand Webcast Archive, here you can access Vortex DDS On Demand Webcasts in both streamed and .pdf formats.

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  • Getting Started in DDS with Java and C++

    This webcast will provide you with an introduction to the core DDS concepts and will illustrate how to program DDS applications.

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  • Data Distribution vs Messaging - Beyond Messaging

    This webcast will explain how Data Distribution is different from Messaging and as a result how DDS differs from messaging technologies such as JMS.

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  • Applying DDS to Next Generation Military Vehicle Architectures

    This webcast explains the benefits that DDS can bring to next generation vehicle architectures and provides an overview of the experiences of early DDS adopters in the domain.

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  • Building Distributed Systems in Scala with OpenSplice DDS

    This Webcast introduces you to Scala and OpenSplice DDS, and takes you through a series of examples showing how Scala can be used in combination with OpenSplice DDS to build distributed systems.

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  • DDS vs AMQP

    This Webcast compares and contrasts the Data Distribution Service for Real-Time Systems (DDS) against the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP).

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  • OpenSplice DDS Tools Part 1

    This webcast introduces all of the OpenSplice DDS PowerTools and will show their real-world use through hands-on examples.

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  • OpenSplice DDS Tools Part 2

    Part 2 of the OpenSplice DDS Power Tools Demo. Learn about the tools that can help you in building, analyzing and debugging DDS applications. 

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  • 10 Reasons to Choose OpenSplice DDS as your Messaging Middleware

    This webcast explains how OpenSplice DDS is superior to other technologies in addressing your data distribution needs.

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  • Pattern Oriented Data Distribution Service Architectures

    This webcast introduces the most important Architectural and Design Patterns you should be aware of when designing DDS-based systems. It also shows how these patterns are being applied in real-world distributed systems.  

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  • OpenSplice DDS Crash Course

    This webcast provides you with a crash course explaining what are the key architectural abstractions at the foundation of DDS and how you should write DDS applications. 

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