Protecting Your Data Without Changing a Single Line of Code

RTI Connext DDS 5.3.0 is now live! I’m really excited to be back with a new blog post about one of the key new features of this release: the RTI Security Plugins. The reason I’m so excited about this one it is because this is our first release that is fully wire-compliant with the OMG DDS Security specification.

If you are looking for a high-level overview of OMG’s DDS Security specification, or you are wondering how can you can get started using it in your application, you are in the right place.

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Who Is Chopping My Application Data and Why Should I Care?

As you probably know, DDS data is sent on the wire as RTPS messages. As such, these messages include a header and the data payload. The header contains useful information such as host ID, remote ID and sequence numbers; we’ll refer to the payload as ‘data sample’. For instance, in this Wireshark capture you can see the header and two submessages: INFO_TS, which contains the timestamp info, and DATA_FRAG, which is actually a data sample fragment.

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Three Simple Steps to Achieving Peak DDS Performance

RTI Connext® DDS provides an order of magnitude performance improvement over most other messaging middleware. But occasionally we run into customers who are trying to improve the performance of their DDS communications. This performance improvement can be achieved in either throughput or latency. In this blog, I will go through the three simple steps required to assess the performance of your system and will also review some of the most common ways customers have improved performance of their DDS communications.

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RTI Perftest 2.0 is Now Available!

I am proud to announce the release of RTI Perftest 2.0! We developed it to test the performance of RTI Connext® DDS 5.2.x. This release is packed with tons of important changes and features. Let's take a look at the most notable ones below.

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