RTI Technical Road Shows
Coming to a City Near You
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Free Technical Brief on:
- How the DDS standard fosters information sharing and interoperability across systems of systems while driving down development, integration, maintenance, upgrade and acquisition costs
- The latest 5.0 release of RTI's DDS solution and future roadmap, including enhanced security, support for integration patterns common in C2 systems, FAA DO-178C Level A certification, and DDS standardization initiatives
- RTI's new Open Community Source license, which provides free-of-charge access to RTI DDS and allows it to be freely shared across projects and organizations
The presentation slides from this event have been posted to slideshare.com.
Introduction to DDS interoperability and applications
- Systems of systems integration for enhanced information sharing
- Open Architecture to drive down system development, integration, maintenance, upgrade and acquisition costs
RTI Connext and What's New at RTI
- Connext Messaging: New Communication Patterns
- Guaranteed Delivery
- Transactional Messaging
- Scalability Enhancements
- Security solution and roadmap
- Connext Micro
- DO-178 Certification platform
- Mobile platform support
- Connext DDS
- Capabilities and Standards updates
- Advanced Services
- Routing Service bridging
- Testing Infrastructure
- Database Integration
- Developer Tools
- Excel Plugin
- Advanced Services Administration Console
- Connext Integrator: Leverage your existing infrastructure components
- Next generation integration platform
RTI's New Infrastructure Community Business Model
- Offering RTI DDS as "Community Open Source DDS"—no run-times or royalties—plus much more!
David Barnett, VP of Products and Markets, RTI
David is responsible for RTI's product and industry strategies. He has more than 25 years of experience with real-time systems. Prior to joining RTI in 2005, he held product management and marketing positions with several leading providers of real-time middleware and real-time operating systems. He began his career as a software engineer and lead at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, where he was responsible for the implementation of several distributed real-time systems.
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