PrismTech Webcast Series Unveils the Power of Event Driven Data-Centric Architectures & Modeling Driven Engineering with OpenSplice DDS Middleware

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Free webcast series unveils how "Event-Driven Data-Centric Architectures" and "Model Driven Engineering" can be used in synergy with OpenSplice DDS middleware to build high-performance, scalable, extensible, and easy to integrate systems.

PrismTechâ„¢, an acknowledged leader in advanced software integration and infrastructure solutions, will provide a free webcast series unveiling how "Event-Driven Data-Centric Architectures" and "Model Driven Engineering" can be used in synergy with OpenSplice DDS middleware to build high-performance, scalable, extensible, and easy to integrate systems -- at the speed of thought. Registration for the webcasts is free and open to all at: http://www.prismtech.com/webcast.asp. PrismTech's products "Power Netcentricity" to help optimize resource management and provide superior information on events and conditions needed to empower decision makers.

The webcast series has been designed for software architects to master (1) how the Event Driven Architecture (EDA) approach is supported and extended by OpenSplice DDS and (2) how Model Driven Engineering (MDE) tools can be leveraged to take a holistic approach from system design to deployment. The key benefits of applying these techniques stem from architectural reuse, the productivity boost, extensibility, and ease of integration.

The webcast series will be presented by industry leading expert Angelo Corsaro, Ph.D., OpenSplice DDS Product Strategy and Marketing Manager, PrismTech. Dr. Corsaro is a much-respected figure in the distributed real-time and embedded (DRE) systems middleware community and co-chairs the OMG Data Distribution Service (DDS) Special Interest Group and the Real-Time Embedded and Specialized Services (RTESS) Task Force.

"The Architecture is both the heart and fabric of a system, and as such it drives the key characteristics that will either benefit or inhibit it. Bad architectural decisions are hard to fix and cause systems to run over budget, and make them hard to maintain, or extend," said Dr Corsaro. "This webcast series has been designed to show architects how they can master a very powerful and revolutionary idea, Event-Driven Data-Centric Architectures - and I am sure this will change the way in which they design their next system."

OpenSplice DDS is a ultra-low latency real-time publish / subscribe technology providing trend-setting features, tools, and performance. OpenSplice DDS powers some of the most the most demanding mission- and business-critical systems, such as Air Traffic Control, Naval Combat Management Systems, Railway Control Systems, and High Frequency Automated Trading Systems.

For further information about the webcast series please visit: http://www.prismtech.com/opensplice-webcast/

About PrismTech
PrismTech is an acknowledged leader in advanced software integration and infrastructure solutions. The company develops, markets, and supports a wide range of high-performance, standards-compliant, and cost-effective middleware products which are further differentiated by unique technical capabilities and advanced productivity tools. PrismTech's products "Power Netcentricity" by enabling the event-driven communications, end-to-end qualities-of-service, and software optimization required to best exploit available resources, to better synchronize events, and to support system agility. PrismTech's product's differentiators are most highly valued in markets that require business-critical and mission-critical systems. These systems are pervasive in a number of vertical markets, such as Telecom, Mil/Aero, Finance, Utilities, Transportation, and Civil Administration. PrismTech's customers constitute an impressive list of major systems integrators, OEMs, and ISVs, including many Fortune Global 500 companies. For additional information about PrismTech, visit the web site at http://www.prismtech.com.

OpenSplice DDS is a trademark of PrismTech. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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