Exploring DDS X-Types

Presented by

Nina Tucker, VP Engineering, Twin Oaks Computing

About this talk

One of the fundamental concepts in the DDS technology is the use of data type information to make data exchange robust, efficient, and feature-rich. The X-Types specification provides a rich toolset for defining data types for use in DDS systems. This includes how data types are defined, how they may evolve, how they are exchanged between DDS participants at run-time, and rules for data type assignability. In this episode of the DDS Foundation's 20th anniversary webinar series, we will explore the Extensible and Dynamic Types for DDS (or "X-Types") specification and learn how this very important component of the DDS standards impacts the design, function and interoperability of DDS systems.
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