Applying Patterns to Develop Extensible ORB Middleware

  title={Applying Patterns to Develop Extensible ORB Middleware},
  author={Douglas C. Schmidt and Chris Cleeland and C. Schmidt},
Distributed object computing forms the basis for nextgeneration application middleware. At the heart of distributed object computing are Object Request Brokers (ORBs), which automate many tedious and error-prone distributed programming tasks. Like many other distributed applications, conventional ORBs use statically configured software designs, which are hard to maintain, port, and optimize. Likewise, conventional ORBs cannot be extended without modifying their source code, which forces… CONTINUE READING


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