SUNNYVALE, Calif.—June 7, 2011—Real-Time Innovations (RTI), The Global Leader in DDS, today announced the integration of RTI Data Distribution Service messaging software with Oracle® Complex Event Processing (CEP). The resulting combination means that Oracle's powerful event-processing system can process data flowing from high-performance Data Distribution Service (DDS) applications.
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DDS in a Nutshell: This video provides a brief introduction to the concepts of data-centric architecture, and to the Data Distribution Service (DDS) specification and technology. In very high-level terms and examples, we define what is data-centricity, why it's a good way to build and integrate systems and how DDS specifically expresses data-centric architecture.
Graphical software tool eases integration and management of high-performance distributed applications
SUNNYVALE, Calif.—January 26, 2011—Real-Time Innovations (RTI), The Global Leader in DDS, today announced the availability of RTI Monitor, a graphical software tool that provides real-time visibility into systems that use RTI Data Distribution Service. RTI Monitor collects information and analyzes data flows, errors and network traffic so users have better performance and health data on their deployed systems. RTI Monitor functions as a configurable dashboard for quick-read, real-time display of system data.
SUNNYVALE, Calif.—July 20, 2010—Real-Time Innovations (RTI), The Global Leader in DDS, today announced that European Southern Observatory (ESO) has selected RTI Data Distribution Service middleware for its Very Large Telescope (VLT). The VLT is the world's most advanced visible-light astronomical observatory. Major scientific contributions have been made using the VLT, including the first direct optical observation of a planet outside our solar system.