AXCIOMA: new release v0.5.0
AXCIOMA is the Component Framework enabling the Industrial Internet of Things.
AXCIOMA is a comprehensive software suite combining eleven Object Management Group (OMG) open standards being LwCCM, DDS, DDS4CCM, AMI4CCM, CORBA, IDL, IDL2C++11, RPC4DDS, DDS Security, DDS X-Types, and D&C.
AXCIOMA supports the design, development, and deployment of a distributed component based architecture. It is the component framework enabling the Industrial Internet of Things.
AXCIOMA supports state, event, and request-reply based interaction patterns between components. The concrete communication middleware between the components is a deployment decision, not an implementation decision!
AXCIOMA supports the implementation of components using the IDL to C++11 language mapping, and supports DDS and CORBA based interaction patterns out of the box. Through a flexible and powerful framework you can add your own domain specific interaction support.
The new 0.5.0 release has the following major improvements and extensions:
Reduced footprint and lines of code generated by RIDLC for AXCIOMA
The container service registry is now available through the new the_service_registry attribute of your component context instead of through three separate operations
Support for 32bit Linux
Deprecated the pragma ciao lem: this is automatically determined by the RIDL compiler
Request/reply interaction support using CORBA is delivered through CORBA connectors and not implicitly through the generated LwCCM servant code
DDS::traits for users that want to program DDS directly using C++11
Updated ACE/TAO, TAOX11, and MPC to the latest and greatest
Reduced dependencies in the core libraries and unit tests
Large amount of smaller fixes and improvements
For a high level overview of the features and capabilities of AXCIOMA check our AXCIOMA presentation.
See our software support portal for more details about AXCIOMA and register for a free evaluation package.