Architecting your System with Connext: Designing a Layered Databus System

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John Patchin, Senior Applications Engineer, RTI

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Many medical, IIoT, and Industrial Systems require sharing of data across networks, across different transport protocols, or among devices. These systems often require capabilities such as fault-tolerance, scalability, low-latency, and sub-system isolation. DDS enables these types of applications by providing a data-centric, highly scalable and efficient databus architecture. Furthermore, layering databuses has many benefits, including scalability, isolation, and redundancy. However, key questions must be answered when designing a layered databus system: · What are some recommended approaches for defining the layers? · How are the layers connected? · What effects does layering have on performance? · What are the different approaches to implementing a layered databus? This presentation will provide an overview of these topics and offer insights and recommendations for designing your own DDS-based systems.

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