Performance of parallel architectures for CORBA-based systems
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|
|Organisation||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.