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Pardo-DCS 2003

OMG Data-Distribution Service: Architectural Overview

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@inproceedings{pardo:dcs-2003,
  title={{OMG} {Data}-{Distribution} {Service}: Architectural Overview},
  author={Pardo-Castellote, G.},
  booktitle={Workshops of the International Conference on
             Distributed Computing},
  pages={200--206},
   year={2003},
  organization={{IEEE}}
}

Decoupling between producers and consumers

Differentiates between:

  • Signals: Constantly changing data, such as sensor values; typically ok with best effort
  • Streams: Snapshots of data; typically requires reliably

Supports a number of QoS parameters

Topics are associated with schemas defining how they may be parsed

  • Content-based filtering provided locally

Based less around messages than around updating data objects

  • Capturing state rather than messages

Uses topics and keys to address updates

  • Keys uniquely define data objects within that topic
    • Key types depend on the object type
    • Can be structured, e.g., airline and flight number

Focused on supporting real time systems

  • Data writes don't necessarily trigger network activity
    • Controlled by publisher object, QoS

Objects can be deleted

Applications can provide hints to the middleware about batches of updates about to be made

Provides blocking and asynchronous subscription interfaces

Orders state changes

Provides for transactions updating multiple objects at once

  • Can't be aborted like DB transactions
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