Scalability issues in CORBA-based systems (tutorial session)

Abstract

This tutorial addresses how both the Object Management Group (OMG) specifications and the implementation choices made by middleware providers and application developers affect Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) application scalability. We will cover a range of scalability issues, starting with Object Request Broker (ORB) internals and working outward to full-scale applications, addressing issues such as connection management, Portable Object Adapter (POA) scalability features, multithreading, object lifecycle issues, object location, system configuration, maintenance, and management, and common application architectures. This tutorial is not language-centric and is useful to developers using Java, C++, or any other language to develop CORBA-based applications.

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