Real-Time CORBA Through Java

Implementing the CORBA-compliant ORB for real-time specification for Java (RTSJ).


Using OpenFusion RTOrb Java Edition, enterprises can use Java technology to integrate their most demanding real-time applications. OpenFusion RTOrb Java Edition is Micro Focus’s real-time CORBA-compliant ORB for the Real-time Specification for Java (RTSJ).

The architecture of OpenFusion RTOrb Java Edition is open and flexible. Based on a product core that has been tried and tested in demanding applications—including military and commercial sectors—its architecture supports full CORBA operations.

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  • Real-time implementation
  • End-to-end predictability
  • Priority control
  • Synchronization
  • Resource control

CORBA Real-Time specification for Java

The new Real-time Specification for Java (RTSJ) extends the benefits of Java technology to the real-time community, creating an architecture in which hard real-time (HRT), soft-real-time (SRT) and non-real-time (NRT) processes can coexist and share data.

The Java Real-time System was the first commercial implementation of the RTSJ created by Sun Microsystems. Its purpose is to provide a real-time implementation that meets the stringent needs of real-time developers while continuing to offer all other advantages of Java.

Real-time CORBA middleware

Distributed middleware conforming to the Object Management Group’s (OMG’s) language-neutral CORBA specification is well established as a technology for integrating diverse systems and is used extensively for mission and business critical applications in many industry sectors.

With the publication of the Real-time CORBA Specification, the OMG extended the benefits of CORBA to the real-time domain. The standard addresses the issues of end-to-end predictability across CORBA systems and provides solutions in terms of priority control, synchronization and resource control.