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April 10, 2013 Leave a comment

The figure below shows a layered view of the latest distributed system product that I’m working on. Customer teams compose their applications by writing their own system-specific Crumbs and linking them with our pre-written, pre-tested Crumbs. In the ideal case, customers don’t have to write a single line of Crumb code. They simply compose, compile, link, configure, and deploy an amalgamation of our off-the-shelf Crumbs as a set of application components that meets their needs.

Note that we are using C++11 to build the system. Also note the third party, open source libraries that we are building upon. Except for Poco, Crumb developers don’t directly use the OpenDDS or ACE/TAO APIs. Our Crumb “Tray” serves as a wrapper/facade that hides the complexity those inter-process communication facilities.

My role on the development team is as a Libs team “Crumb” designer/writer. If I gave you anymore product views or disclosed anything more concrete, then I’d either get fired or I’d have to kill you, or both.

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