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The ACE ORB (TAO) is a freely available, open-source, and standards-compliant real-time C++ implementation of CORBA based upon the Adaptive Communication Environment (ACE). It attempts to provide efficient, predictable, and scalable quality of service (QoS) end-to-end. TAO is for developers of ... [More]
omniORB is a robust high performance CORBA ORB for C++ and Python. It is freely available under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License (for the libraries), and GNU General Public License (for the tools). omniORB is largely CORBA 2.6 compliant. omniORB is one of only three ORBs to have ... [More]
The ALMA Common Software (ACS) provides a software infrastructure common to all partners and consists of a documented collection of common patterns in and of components, which implement those patterns. The heart of ACS is an object model based on Distributed Objects (DOs), implemented as CORBA ... [More]
The Component-Integrated ACE ORB (CIAO) is an implementation of the Lightweight CORBA Component Model (CCM) and Real-time CORBA built on top of The ACE ORB (TAO). CIAO provides the component paradigm to the domain of distributed, real-time, embedded (DRE) systems by abstracting DRE-critical systemic ... [More]
JacORB is a Java implementation of the OMG's CORBA standard. It is widely used in software projects in many different industries. JacORB also serves as the IIOP engine in the application servers JOnAS and JBoss.
PolyORB is a general middleware technology for CORBA and other distributed systems technologies. More specifically, PolyORB provides a uniform solution to build distributed applications relying either on middleware standards such as CORBA, the Ada 95 Distributed System Annex, SOAP, Web Services, or to implement application-specific middleware.
A detailed CORBA benchmarking suite with benchmarks covering basic scalability aspects including multiple sizes and types of messages, multiple counts of objects, threads, clients. Each benchmark collects variety of information including processor, memory and network usage on both client and server ... [More]
IIOP.NET allows a seamless interoperation between .NET, CORBA and J2EE distributed objects. This is done by incorporating CORBA/IIOP support into .NET, leveraging the remoting framework.
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