Distributed Object Architectures with CORBA
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Part of SIGS: Managing Object Technology
- Author: Henry Balen, Xenotrope Inc.
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Distributed Object Architectures with CORBA is a guide to designing software comprised of distributed components. While it is based on OMG's Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) standard, the principles also apply to architecture built with other technology (such as Microsoft's DCOM). As ORB products evolve to incorporate new additions to CORBA, the knowledge and experience required to build stable and scalable systems is not widespread. With this volume the reader can develop the skills and knowledge that are necessary for building such systems. The book assumes a familiarity with object-oriented concepts and the basics of CORBA. Software developers who are new to building systems with CORBA-based technologies will find this a useful guide to effective development.Read more
- This book focuses on architecture, whereas most books on CORBA deal with the basics of CORBA and object-oriented systems
- Based on the experiences of a veteran consultant and technologist and will be a suitable guide for people who wish to build their own systems
- Chapters are self-contained and modular
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'… stands out as a very good introduction to the practical and effective use of distributed objects and CORBA … recommended as an excellent practitioner's guide to an interesting and very complex field.' Jon Holt, Computing and Control Engineering JournalSee more reviews
'The writing is clear and concise and the examples are well chosen and get the point across as quickly and efficiently as possible … a useful book for getting an overview of distributed systems architecture and what CORBA can bring to it.' The Journal of the ACCU
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- Date Published: May 2012
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781139238922
- contains: 58 b/w illus. 9 tables
- availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
Table of Contents
2. Distributed objects
3. Partitioning, Interfaces, and Granularity
5. Life cycle and persistence
8. CORBA and the Internet
9. Architecture considerations for deployment
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