Reusable Design Patterns for High-Performance Distributed Systems Live Event: August 11, 2011 (11:00 a.m. EDT/8:00 a.m. PT/4:00 p.m. GMT) Real-Time Innovations participate in OpenSystems Media's E-cast
OpenSystems Media (OSM), LLC today announced its upcoming E-cast on Reusable Design Patterns for High-Performance Distributed Systems, moderated by Curt Schwaderer, Technical Editor, OpenSystems Media. All data are not created equal. Different types of data and connection architectures require different infrastructure configurations.
Real-Time Innovations (RTI) messaging software with its configurable Quality of Service (QoS) accommodates these unique design patterns. It allows system architects to provide a customized infrastructure with an off-the-shelf standardized solution. The net result is a reduction in cost and risk for all phases (development, integration, and deployment) of your project.
This webinar will explore some of the reusable design patterns that are easily achievable with RTI's solution.
RTI will be available for a Q&A session immediately following the E-cast.
• Who: Curt Schwaderer, Technical Editor, OpenSystems Media (E-cast Moderator) and Bert Farabaugh, Worldwide Field Applications Engineering Manager, RTI
• What: Industry expert from RTI presents a live OpenSystems Media E-cast, “Reusable Design Patterns for High-Performance Distributed Systems”
• When: Thursday, August 11, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. EDT/8:00 a.m. PT/4:00 p.m. GMT
• Where: To attend the E-cast, participants can register at ecast.opensystemsmedia.com/
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