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RTI solution integrates enterprise with real-time apps

Posted: 01 Nov 2006     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Real-Time Innovations  RTI  RTI Real-Time Connect 

Real-Time Innovations (RTI) has introduced RTI Real-Time Connect, a solution for integrating enterprise applications with real-time applications, data and devices. RTI Real-Time Connect overcomes the challenges traditionally associated with integrating enterprise and real-time systems in a number of ways: preventing high-throughput real-time applications from overwhelming slower enterprise infrastructures, delivering immediate real-time notification of enterprise events to real-time applications and bridging between disparate middleware and data management standards.

RTI Real-Time Connect creates a Unified Global Data Space that enables enterprise applications and real-time devices to access the same information using multiple interfaces, leveraging the power of open standards and allowing seamless integration with legacy applications. Supported interfaces include JDBC/ODBC for relational-database (SQL) integration, Web Service Definition Language (WSDL) interfaces for SOA integration, as well as JMS, XML, DDS and various other enterprise solutions.

The solution provides turnkey bridging between DDS and Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMSs). Developers can use Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) to easily specify custom integration with other interfaces.

RTI Real-Time Connect is fully bidirectional. Enterprise applications can access and post real-time messages and data at a sustainable rate or, alternatively, define simple BPEL processes to filter, transform, process and generate messages and data. Messages and data originating in enterprise applications are sent to real-time applications via DDS, enabling each real-time application to fine-tune its QoS and specify whether it wants to poll for updates or be notified as soon as they happen.

The first off-the-shelf solution for integrating enterprise and real-time applications, RTI Real-Time Connect delivers a substantial reduction in integration time, cost and complexity. In addition, because it is standards-based and general purpose, RTI Real-Time Connect offers better adaptability to future requirements than traditional, ad hoc proprietary solutions.

RTI Real-Time Connect also provides a migration path to higher-performance messaging for those applications currently using slower technologies such as JMS, SOAP or CORBA specifications. Those components of a system needing higher throughput or lower latency can migrate to DDS. RTI Real-Time Connect in conjunction with a BPEL infrastructure can provide interoperability with legacy components, minimizing the impact of introducing new technology.

RTI Real-Time Connect is available today for Windows, Linux and Solaris platforms. Licenses for RTI Real-Time Connect including the Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database begin at Rs.6.93 lakh ($15,000) per processor.

RTI Data Distribution Service is available today for Windows, Linux, Solaris, Wind River Systems VxWorks, LynuxWorks LynxOS and Green Hills Software INTEGRITY operating systems. Development packages begin at Rs.39.09 lakh ($84,600), which includes a comprehensive architecture study, two days of customer-specific training, one week of follow-up consulting, and one year of maintenance and support.

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