This research is concerned with achieving high performance on middleware-based inter-operable distributed object computing systems. This paper reports a preliminary investigation of the impact of using parallel architectures that use concurrent server invocations to improve performance. One of these architectures is observed to lead to a substantial performance improvement in comparison to the conventional sequential interaction architecture.

CORBA performance, High performance middleware, Interaction architectures
Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Software and Performance, WOSP'04
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering

Huo, M. (Ming), & Majumdar, S. (2004). Performance of parallel architectures for CORBA-based systems. Presented at the Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Software and Performance, WOSP'04.