CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) is a distributed object computing middleware standard that allows clients to invoke operations on remote objects without concern for where the object resides or what language the object is written in.
OMG's CORBA Web-site. Contains vendor commitments and success stories.
Leads the reader through an introduction to the CORBA Component Model (CCM) that will be part of the new CORBA 3.0 specification.
Detailed performance comparisons between omniORB, ORBacus, Orbix, and VisiBroker.
Provides an overview of what features are supported by a given CORBA implementation.
Comparison of some free Java and C++ ORBs. Also includes news and announcements from free CORBA implementations.
An evaluation of some Linux CORBA packages.
Distributed object computing industry standards group founded in 1989. Defined standards include CORBA and IIOP.
A simple benchmarking suite that measures several basic performance aspects of a given CORBA broker. Also includes a database of submitted results.
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